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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 21, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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PRETTY FACE, MAKES GIRL THE .HIGHEST,
SALARIED .MODEL IN THE COUNTRY
IMae "Bus
No foreign prince ever called Mae
Burns the prettiest girl in America,
but a few years ago, she discovered
she wasn't altogether had looking
and decided her face would be her
fortune. She posed in a fashion
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v Wm. Rosweldt, a 'young farmer of
Greenville, Wis., hds a suffragette
bow. ' She will not permit a man, to
come within her stable. To milk her
Rosweldt disguises himself by put-
ting on a motherJmbbard and a bonnet
show and hats and frocks she wore
became famous. Now she is called
the "best fashion model in the coun
try." She is also the best paid model
and gome business men might envy
her her income.
A well-known American writer
thinks thatjpeaca-will lead to an emi
gration movement that will amaze
the world. After, the Franco-Ger-,man
-war in 1870 200,000 Germans
settled, in three American states
Nebraska Minnesota and Iowa.
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