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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 06, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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FLORAL WREATH PUT ON WITH PAINT BRUSH
CimrEBTOt30UIERWDOO ' 6"Ss
Hand Painted Hat
BY BETTY BROWN
Fashion calls many things simple
which are not simple at all. This
lovely hat, of a type universally be
coming, seems simple enough, but it
is painted by hand in a most artistic
and therefore costly way.
The brim is of chiffon bound with
straw braid.
Hand-painting as applied to 1917
HIS PLACE
"I'm surprised to hear you say
that you don't enjoy motoring with
Mr. Twobble."
"It's because I see so little of him,
you know," said airs. Twobble.
"But if he's with you "
Vk "That's just it. He isn't with me.
millinery has nothing in common,
except the paint, with the stenciled
decorations of a. year ago. This
spring's foliage and flowers are deli
cately tinted and shaded.
Embroidery is also used on hats
when a flat trimming is desired.
Another novelty is leather cut
work in floral patterns showing
bright colors underneath.
o-
Most of the time he's under the car.
Wait not to be backed by numbers.
Wait not till you are sure of an echo
from a crowd. The fewer the voices
on the side of truth, the more dis
tinct and strong must be your own!
Channing.

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