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

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its long, loose waist still holds good,
in spite of the prediction that coats
are to be many-seamed and with a
decided curve in at the waist, flaring
at the hip.
Thus whirls the fashion, madder
and yet more mad.
Jaunty black velvet costume with
the long waist line for the street .The
cape collar buttoned down the front
is lined with white satin and white
satin lines the edge of the sleeve so
that it shows in the flare. The Pierrot
pockets show a dash of white and
white peeps out again around the
feet
SAYS WOMEN WILL VOTE IN OLD
KENTUCKY WITHIN FIVE YEARS
Woman suffrage in Kentucky with
in five years is the prediction of Mrs.
South of Frankfort, Ky. She has
just been elected president of the
Kentucky Equal Rights ass'n and is
leading the campaign for a state suf
frage amendment
: o o
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
Dec 2, 1765. Maj. Parmer took
over command of Illinois from Capt
Thomas Stirling.
o o
"Knock and you -knock alone" is
right We knocked on the radiator
the other day for three hours to get
more steam and the janitor slept on,

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