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UK riA ift ??i"?f '
hen I am going to get some ex
perts who know more about such
things than I do, and they will pick
out -for me the two that are the best.
And to the two lucky ones or ar
tistic ones, if you prefer I shall give
bathing suits, modeled along your
own ideas. Each suit will cost a
maximum of $10.
Doesn't the idea sound attractive?
Remember what a lot of fun we had
two years ago with the Easter hats
and the keen competition there was
last year to design a gown for Mrs.
, (By the way, Mrs. Castle wore the
gown in the first episode of "Patria.")
This is going to be more fun. We
all swim, -and we don't want to look
dowdy on the beach.
Watch for the first diagram Mon
day. Get to work with it. Ability to
draw is the least considered feature.
Style and idea are the things. Some
of the most attractive gowns last
year were the work of people who
didn't know the first thing about
The last design will be printed Sat
urday, April 21. All drawings must be
in the offipe of The Day Book by 6
p. m., Saturday, April 28, and the suc
cessful designs will be announced as
sbon thereafter as possible.
Address all resigns to the Fashion
Editor, The Day Book, 500 S. Peoria
St., Chicago, III.
WELL, EASTER IS WITH US.
Everybody dolls up and goes, to
N Which reminds us. In India, what
is it they call the churches? .
Moslems ain't it? Oh, yeh. Well,
99 per cent of the congregation are
That's funny. ,
Yep, all men.
The. women all wearthe same kind
Ah! we catch on.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
April 7, 1840. Peath of Sen. Mo-
noah Bostick, senator from Greene
county. Mr. Bostick was in posses
sion of an immense estate in Greene
county and was one of the most be
nevolent men tharever lived in the
SMART TRIM IN MILLINERY IS
By Betty Brown
The .placing of a feather or a flow
er betrays the military origin of
many ideas in spring millinery.
The black suit hat by a "cupd" de
signer has an iridescent coque feath
er at the center of the front of the
crown, ' while the flowered model
made by this house has a wired spike
of buds fastened at the same smart
The black suit hat is banded with
cerise color satin; the flowered hat
has a fancy gathered brim.