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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 02, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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nbw-a-days. But their methods of
improving their offspring are as old
as war and no better. And there is
never any happy interim of peace in
their activities.
We are accustomed to grow senti
mental about the universal beauty of
motherhood. And there is surely a
splendor and a glory about the head
of every perfect mother. But there
are a lot more halos than society re
quires, though it is a thankless task
to say so.
Anger is energy gone to aste. It
is destructive. It is mentally and
physically exhausting and it leaves
its ugly scars on both the sinner and
the victim.
The scowling child, the child that
snarls or whines or. shrinks, the child
that lies or is always on the defen
sive, betrays the sorrowful secrets-of
his punishments. Thus the mother's
sin finds her out
(Pride is the subject of the next
article in this series.)
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STYLES FOR THE GRANDSTAND
By Betty Brown
The "trench coat," loose fitting
and comfortable, with raglan" shoul
ders and broad belt,- will be seen
often at football games. The coat is
rdilitary in line and the collar is cut
in one with the raglan shoulders into
which the sleeves are set
The football girl will carry a small
and saucy muff, usually of fur and
brocaded velvet. A stunning one
seen at a recent game was made of
skunk and citron-colored cloth and
lined with citron satin, with frills of
taupe chiffon at the edges. The co
ed who carried it wore a tobacco
crown tailored suit of duvetyn with
high close fitting collar of skunk.
The soft ash-tinted beaver is the
fur to collar and cuff the big top coat.
It is especially smart on coats of
green velour, duvetyn and other vel
vety fabrics. You'll see many of
these, fur-trimmed coats at the col
lege football games.
LATEST ICE SKATING COAT
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The latest ice skating coat, shown
here, is of brown broadcloth with
deep shawl collar of seal and big
pockets. Miss Gertrude Stone, one
of America's most daring ice skaters,
is its introducer. The hat is called
a "Killarney bonnet."
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At the -Palace theater, Berlin, a
play entitled "The Most Precious
Jewel" has proved a great success.
The "most precious jewel" is half a
pound of real butter, which two bur-r
glars find when searching for mere
gold,

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