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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 03, 1913, Image 15

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Here is the very latest thing in veils.
It is an idea taken'.from those worn by the wonien'inOrfental countries
and has already found favor with that part of feminity j that clutches at
every new thing,in the way of cqnspicuous garb. '
This veil will make the lot of the street inash'er easy, for he can "make
up" to ariywoman andwnen he is haled up .before, thecourt he can declare
that he thought it was his sister, his cousin or -his aunt and easily get away
with it.
A woman, who .wears one of these veils is as effectually disguised when
she walks abroad as though she were a member of tKe-harem of the Sultan.
Wlother You disobedient boy! I've
a good mindto whip you. Willie
Well, ma, there's nothing so easy' to
change as a", woman's mind, 'you
" If Woodr.ow. Wilson's new weather
bureau man can.'t do any better than
"Pair and warm" for two weeks at
a stretch, he'd better set a fellow
' K
rwiflm6re'; initiative about Eim,

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