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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 27, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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SPLENDID MODEL, FROM PARIS
FOR A YOtHVIG GIRL
to the waist line by another belt.
The blouse is of black with white
stitching, making a moire effect' It
is very full and shirred at the neck
with a round black moire collar.
Here is a model for the young girl
right from Madame Cheruit.
The narrow plain skirt is of black
moire, and the over-drapery is made
of a piece of the moire used length
wise of the goods?, allowing the sel
vage to show on the lower-edge. This
is gathered into a. band, ' apparently
fced .about the abdomen'- aiid held up
HOW IT GOES
By Berton Braley. .
I go to the bank and I draw out a
check
And think I have money ,fo last
awhile,
But my hopes all crash in a total
wreck
As the money melts in the swiftest
style,
For somebody borrows a yen or two
And somebody comes with a last
year's bill,
Or my clothes wear out or the rent
comes due
And leaves me nary a single mill.
When somebody pays for the work
. I've done
I "grin and chuckle with soul care
free, "Well, now I'll certainly have some
fun "
But somebody comes with a C. 0.
D.;
Of if a saving account I crave
And plan on watching the roll grow
fat,
The whole, amount that I meant to
save
Must pay insurance or things like
that!
They're always waiting to grab my
roll;
I never manage to get ahead;
I'm either paying for this year's coal
Or last year's'horse whch is cold
and dead;
Coin never lasts as I thought . it
would;
It'lways goes at the.leastexcuse;
It never, does me a bit .of good;
I try-to save itr-but what's the use!
o o
Two women have .been appointed
oa the. advisory council for medical
research by the English government,

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