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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 10, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15',
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A BRIDE'S TRAVELING FROCK
By Betty Brown
The charm of the one-piece gown
in velvet, velour or velvetine is not
lost upon the Thanksgiving bride.
The frock is as practicable as it is
lovely, for the addition of a stole and
muff converts.it into a comfortable
going-away costume. The bride-to-be
may gather suggestions for a
traveling outfit.from this sketch from
Fashion Art magazine. . The gown is
tobacco brown velvetine made on the
long, straight lines Paris designers
are using so much.
The hat is brown velvet with a
brim-facing, of pale blue chiffon, the
ribbon ornament is blue. The stole
and muff are stone martin.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
Nov. 10, 1755. The French com
mandant at Fort Duquesne appealed
to the commandant at Illinois to send
him provisions. Shortly afterward
Braddock's vain attempt to take Fort
l)uquesne marked the beginning of
the French aMlriaiaiTwar, '
DID YOU KNOW THAT
A herring doesn't follow the t
torn, of taking a bath on Saturday
night, and every whale carries it's
own shower bath? Neither did we.
One-third of the employes of shoe
factories in this country are women