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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 05, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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HERE!S NEAT COMBING. JACKET
FOR CHRISTMAS
chiffon over a china silk lining, or
net over silk. Ribbon bindings,
fringes, ruffles, plaited frills or hem
stitching may be used to finish jack
ets of expensive materials.
"DON'T WED YOUNG," 3AYS RICH
WOMAN WHO ASKS DIVORCE
i
What Every Woman Needs
By Biddy Bye
Two Turkish towels, a little cro
cheting cotton and a fair amount of
industry are required to make this'
practical Christmas present.
Fold one of the towels lengthwise
and slit one end to the middle; trim
out slightly for the neck and finish
all the edge? with any pretty cro
cheted lace. Fold the towel cross
wise and fasten the outside edges to
gether a foot from the fold with rib
bon bows. Edge' the bath towel with
' the same lace or finish the' ends with
feather stitching or embroider an ini
tial on one end.
The same simple pattern may be
used for shaping a combing jacket
of a .straight length of any mate
rial printed foulard, gay chintz,
' M.H5.TUEOPQR. KUNDTZtRj
Mrs. Kundtz, 20, prominent Cleve
land society woman, who was mar
ried at 17, and is suing for divorce,
charging cruelty, says: "I do not be
lieve in marrying young. Persons
should wait until they know more
about the world and' until they know
if they are properly mated."
In the last peace year Germany's
toy trade amounted to $35,000,000,
of which more than $25,000,000 was
export business, mostly to the U. S.
Since the war this figure has dropped
nearly two-thirds. Before the way
100,000 Germans were employed in
toymaking.

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