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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 26, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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i 1917 MERMAIDS TO BRIGHTEN BEACHES
I' What's what at the beaches? Mer
hants declare that the new season
rill bring out a more brilliant display
if bathing suits than ever before in
te history of startling creations for
and promenades and bouts with the
srf.
The picture above gives an idea of
iw the merry, merry mermaids are
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responding to Dame Fashionls call
for flamboyancyof color and variety
of design. The girls are motion pic
ture actresses of the Keystone Com
edy company, who recently appeared
in a firm that required the latest
bathing suit styles.
From left to right they are:" Vera
Stedman, Maude Wayne, and Mary
Thurman. They are expert swim
piers. Miss Stedman was a recent
contender for championship honors
against Dorothy Burns, title holder
for the 220 free style.
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TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
April 26, 1847. Springfield & Me
redofiia railroad (Northern Cross
railroad) was sold at auction on
Monday, April 26, 1847. It was
bought by Messrs. Ridgely and Mat
tison of Springfield.
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