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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 30, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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these poor people the good time they
are going to have."
Then he waved his lovely visitor
a cheery adieu and thought of her
and dreamed -of her all the rest of
that week.
Pretty Nella entered into the dis
tribution of the turkeys with zest
and delight. .Nella and her. father
stayed to supper 'at the .Parsons
home. Reciprocal hospitality was
tendered, accepted, and within a
month visits between the two homes
was a routine event
"Oh, those lucky turkeys," softly
insinuated Nella, after a proposal.
"And,-oh, lucky me!" rejoined Rex
Parsons fervently.
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
O-O:
IDA TARBELL FOR THE NEW
TARIFF BOARD? .
- vHN
TARBELL
Miss Tarbell, it is believed, will be
chosen by Pres. Wilson as one of five
members of the new tariff commis
sion. She would be the first woman
to be honored in. this way..
o o
English society women have an in
stitution in which nurses receive
three years' training in care of dogs
and other animal pets.
ONE OF THE FEW FUR DESIGNS
By Betty Brown
Fur is vanishing from our winter
appareL Still some of the most ex
clusive January, models arefur-dec-orated.
This Fashion Art "costume is in
green chiffon broadcloth, lined with
gay pussy willow taffeta. The wide
front paneL which so artfully con
ceals the opening, and .the Mmona
sleeves are hints of styles that will
be popular during the late winter.
The small hat is as new as the
suit It is black hatter's plush with
a perky little feather pom-pom to
trim it.

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