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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 10, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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1 A BROAD BRIM FOR EASTER
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BY BETTY BROWN
There's something to the Easter hat
at least ten inches of brim.
This Peggy Hoyt model will shine
at southern pleasure places before 1:
flutters back north about Eastertide,
when the VERY wide brimmed sailor
will brush our little satin turbans into
the bandbox. Rose geranium crepe,
beaded with soft gray, rose and white
colored china beads, makes up this
lovely "sunshade." The handbag Is
also beaded, for the fad of the mo
ment is to have the hat trimming
repeated in frock or some accessory.
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GOOD CONTROL
Willis-i Does your janitor keep his
temper,?
Gillis Yes. Time after time I have
heard tenants call hini names be
cause their rooms were so cold, and
I have never known him to reply with
any heat Judge.
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