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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 15, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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onel's face. He sighed. Then he got
up and held out his hand.
"You've won," he said. "I guess
you're the winner in this game. My
grandfather always said your grand
father knew how to make the most
of his "
"Poker hand, sir?" asked Tom
with a smile.
"Confound you, no! Euchre, sir!
Euchre!"
When it comes to stepping into a
fortune, any man is willing to put
his foot into it
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A man can drink himself tighter
than a woman can lace herself.
WIDE BRIM LITTLE TRIMMING FOR OUR
AUTUMN MILLINERY
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BY BETTY BROWN
The new fall hat the hat we will
wear until we put on furs, is a hat
of much brim and little trimming.
Pictures speak just as loud as
words, so I will let this Fashion-Art
-ketch tell you the story of the fall
hat with its wide, irregular brim,
sloping crown and tailored trim
mings. It's a soft felt in citron color faced
with that blue that you may call any
thing from "Alice blue" to "old blue."
The band of felt laced around the
brim is citron color faced with, blue.
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