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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 15, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 15

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ANNE MORGAN EATS HER LUNCHES WITH HER
WORKING GIRL FRIENDS
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Miss Anne Morgan takes most of
her lunches at the new "Spug" res
taurant that has recently been open
ed for the working girls of lower
New York. The restaurant serves to
the member of the "Spug" Club appe
tizing food served in the daintiies
manner.
Miss Morgan is a woman of the
simplest tastes, both in her dressing
and eating, and if one should happen
in the "Spug" restaurant at luncheon
time one might not realize for the
moment that the gray-haired woman
with the strong face and ordinary
black gown and hat was the daughter
of the late czar of finance, rather she
might be taken for a self-respecting
business woman of moderate income.
THE STINGY VARIETY
"Chollie is certainly a peach, but
he won't give me an engagement
ring."
' "Perhaps he's a cling stone."
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