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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 14, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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SOPHIE
' S C HAULS
BY BETTY BROWN
The hat, that everybody is wearing
is large, and floppy, or' large and
scoopy, and it's pretty and quite "in
the mode," but the hat fbr-the exclu
sive few is a tiny affair tip-tilted high
on the head, leaving woman's- chief
adornment her hair right out in
view where every one can admire it
It was in oneof those diminutive"
bonnets' that "Miss Sophie Schauls,
New Yorkfs loveliest mannikin, posed
for The 'Day Book.'" 'The- crown of
deep-toned velvet rises up from a
band of beaver like a college girl's
''mortar board," add a metal rose
tucked beside a puff of velvet is its
' only trimming.
The tiny brown hat is worn with a
tiny brown cape :the Joffre cape,
wnich.is, fashioned, they tell me, after
the triple -collar of the famous gen
eral's field cape.
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It's easier to be good -than be great
'because .there.is;less competition.
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