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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 19, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 10

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crossed in the back andastened.low.,
in front with a pearl buckle. The coat
is the loose affair that. Poiret always
affects with blouse reveres. The hat
is brown with a cream satin rose at
the side, and the parasol is of white
and brown.
. Poiret still clings to his long line
and boxey effects, and looking at the
suit illustrated one can not say they
are not graceful; perhaps more so
than the fussy frocks that so manyj
are wearing at present.
Poiret is using this season much
very light cream gaberdine trimmed
wjth brown taffeta.
The straight skirt of this costume
has its side pockets, holes braided
with white, and its browp. taffeta belt
They aren't dancing the tango any
more. If you know the one-step you
can get along very welL
Walking is a terrible exertion, but
I could dance all night without fa
tigue. I think a. vaudeville Bhow now and
then is very restful.
I never play for high stakes.
Why, I've played until 4 in the
morning and never lost more than
I am very sorry for the Ii W. W.'s;
but of course they can't be allowed
to destroy life and property.
I go to the opera every week.
Oh! I am very, very fond of it
One must, however, cultivate a
taste for that kind of music
Isn't some of our dance music,
beautiful. The-maxixe, especially?
. -rr-New York Evening Sun.
o o ;
Explorer (seeking to impress na
tive) Today I am goingto command
darkness to fall over the land.
Native Cut the bunk! Every time
there's a solar eclipse scheduled,
some Caucasian attempts to make
capital out of "it among us simple
minded Africans,

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