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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 29, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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IS PIG TO TAKE PLACE OF THE LAP DOG?,
Mrs. Fabyan,. Society Leader, With
and Her
i
. Will society abandon the lap dog?
Will it turn poor "Tootsum Tin
kums" out in the cold, cold world?
Well, anyway, Mrs. Nellie Fabyan,
leader of smart -society in Chicago
and Newport, has a new pet and it's
not a dog.
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NOTES. ON LATEST FASHIONS
By Betty Brown
Serge will loom up again when
spring suits appear, a -few weeks
hence.
Gray in its various ..shades and
tones will -be the color of colors in
spring. The milliners like it, the mo
distes like it and, if it becames fash
ionable, the rest of us will be sure to
like it, too.
Sports stockings, of noisiest. plaid
One of HerVPrize Pigs; Edna Mayo
Lap Dog.
Her hobby is nigs. ?
"She has a herd of them at her
country home, "Riverbarik Villa," in
suburban Chicago.
The ferocious looking beast in the
picture is her pet arid the winner of
many prizes at stock shows.
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yellowrtan and blue; green, brown
and-red, and so on, are visible in the
shops. Be prepared to see them on
the streets shortly.
Suede gloves xfc the gloves of the
hour. - They -come-in such cheerful
colors at pale' yellow, tan and very
light "brown. .
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, Aeroplanes, ready for delivery, are
on a sale in. a Broadway,. New York
city, store. ,

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