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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 22, 1913, Image 13

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New York July 22. Mrs. Ray
mond Belmont, who gave Broadway
its 1912 sensation by marrying the
son of Multi-millionaire August Bel
mont -while she was still a chorus
girl at the winter garden and by sub
sequently trying to recover him from
his kidnaping parent, has coralled
fresh attention this summer. She
has invented the latest and most
daring method of "keeping cool" that
the Atlantic seaboard has yet wit
nessed. This method is quite simple. It
consists of wearing a-boy's" bathing
Mrs. Raymond Belmont "Keeping Cool."
suit instead of the regulation fem
inine attire.
Mrs. Belmont and her chum, Mrs.
Alan Langree, wife of a magazine
writer, are practicing' it at Keans
burg, N. J., where they have taken
a bungalow. They lounge about the
porch all day in the new garb, much
to the wonder of the neighbors
Mrs. Belmont has never been able
to recapture her society husband
from his father, and she announces
from the front porch at Keansburg
that she is going to
-o o-
'get a wad of
Daily Healthogram.
This is swimming and outdoor
bathing time. Be sure to wet the top
of the head before going into cold
water. If you don't the cold water,
striking the feet and legs first, is like
ly to drive the blood to the head and
cause illness. Don't stay in the water
too long. Don't eat a heavy meal just
before going into the water.

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