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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 10, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 14

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their mistakes almost as dearly as , We must always pay for mistakes
Harry and the girl have done for their
That is one of the tragedies of life.
and we make them nearly every wak-1
ing hour.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.) I
whoopsi new trouserette arrives
Claribel Kirby and Her Recent Invention the Trouserettes,
Are More Modest Than the Split Skirt.
San Francisco, Cal. "I believe in
dress reform. "
"I believe in feminine modesty.
"I believe the reform should begin
at the ankles.
"I believe that trouserettes are
more modest than the slit skirt and
more catching or er -fetching, I
should say."
She Says They.
These are the views of the cham
pion of a. new dress reform. And the
reformer practices what she preaches
by parading her opinions in public.
The fair reformer is Claribel Kirby,
creator, defender and wearer of the
newest of the new gowns the trous
erette. The, trouserette is plural, you stu-

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