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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 01, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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NO USE DENYING WOMEN DO WEAR 'EM
Miss Emily Miller of Chicago wears overalls for housework, garden
ing, camping, and says she has even gone to the movies with only an over
coat covering them. "What more," she says, "most of my neighbors are
wearing them, too. "
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AIN'T NATURE WONDERFUL!
The Serious Guy
Beware of the serious guy! The
bird who smiles about as often as a
century plant blooms and as though
he's been chewing a quince.
Steer clear of the old satchel face.
Being serious has sent more wolfs
to the reason refinery than golf. He's
all wrong!
The "deep stuff" squib. Off like
an egg. He can't se'e comedy or any
thing foolish. He's all theories, ana
lyzing and all that bunk. He's about
as interesting and humorous as a
timetable. 4 J
have grip, toothache, rheumatism,
corns, politics and other ills to give
us gray hair and make us gloomish
without hunting and doping things
to make life miserable the way the
serious guy does.
GRIN! customers, GRIN!
Don't be a hangnail. Wear a grin
that'll make the grand canyon look
like a split hair.
Remember the old adage: Grin and
the world grins with you, frown and
you're an empty house.
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TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
Feb. 1, 1849. Galena & Chicago
Ut Wm in moth balls, fpU we J "Union railroad opened to Chicago,
Life
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