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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 17, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15',
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WHOEVER LACES HER HAT!
BY BETTY BROWN .
Your shoes may button, but your
hat must be laced, especially if it is
a sports hat
In faddy shops you'll see many
mushroom-like hats of pongee, laced
shoe-fashion with silk ribbon in pale
blue, scarlet or some other gay color.
The fair young thing who-is try
ing to keep cool with an ermine col
lar wrapped about her throat Is wear
ing a pongee hat faced and laced'
You'll notice- there is a double
crown to the hat The outer crown is
Replies to the Methodist Temper
ance society's query show that the
482 daily papers in this country de
clining liquor advertisements in
February, 1915, had in February oi
this year increased to 840,
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