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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 09, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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owner or. "most eIeautiful backjn the
"You can read character-in" backs
as well as in faces, hands,, mouths,
chins, plis'or eyes," said pretty Edna'
liaison, the Universal star;whoris4aid
to have the nipstbeautiful back'hithe
movies, ii ?
"The girl, with a plump back shows,
an easy going disposition anda.dis.in
clination to ever worryhersjelf about,
anything. That kind, of a girLusually"
makes a fine mother. , ,
"A dimple in the shoulder "dejiqtes
coquetishnessand a square: shoulder
denotes energy-and-capablUwfl5le-
a sipping-shoulder means femininity
and sympathy. -
".Carriage should also be taken in
:tq, consideration when one is judging
character .by the back. A girl whose
back rounds, and shoulders slouch is
(apt to bevery lazy.
"Few women pay enough attention
Xo their backs and forget to use a
handglass before their toilette is com
pleted. A belt that gaps from the
'skirt, a bit of scraggly hair, a collar
unfastened; these tell more than a
giri-would'sometimes'like her sweet
!heaFt'toaalbw,,? -
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