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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 05, 1913, Image 9

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Here is the VERY" latest fashion in bathing caps and it prom
ises' to be worn' at all the bathing beaches next summer.
It is, being worn at present at Palm Beach by Miss Helen Her
side of Cincinnati. It is of light1 blue wash silk, made fan shaped
and tied about the head to shield 'the face from the sun.
Miss Herside is wearing a black satin bathing suit made with
plain peasant blouse, with a short skirt which comes to the knees,
where it is met by. black silk stockings. Under the,blouse she wears
black silk tights.
. "But," protested the. young,
writer, "perhaps you- couJduse-
this article if i I were to boil it
the man behind the blue pencil.
"If 'I . were to take a gallon of
water and boil it down toa.pint it
down?"x"Jp goAd.aCallreired.iivculd still be water;J

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