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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 28, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 14

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something REAL to do. If a debu
tante dies she is not missed, .because
she was no use to anybody, but if one
of the girls in the store were to die
there'd be ten or more persons asking
for her in one day." - .
Miss Janvier's admonition to de
butantes evidently has been taken
seriously, for already half a dozen
"buds" are turning to things otner
than teas, tango parties and automo
biles. Miss Bettie Wilkinson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wilkinson, niece
of a former United States senator, is
taking cooking lessons three days a
week in high school.
Miss Elizabeth Lyman, queen of
the Mittens" ball of 1916, declares she
agrees with Miss Janvier.
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Olive Caviar. You're right! Leon
ard Lunch was the man who played;
in that intensely dramatic scene
where he frowned at the broom han
dle in "Frowsy Freda, the Chamber
maid." Lena Linseed. My dear Lena,
you're very observing, only you're
wrong this time. When the caption
"Thirty Years Later" was flashed on
the screen in "Only a Burglar, but
Honest," the artist was shown wear
ing the same suit. Why, dear Lena,
that was perfectly alright
Xanthipe. Are you jesting me
when you ask if this war in Europe
isn't just a big movie company mak
ing a new spectacular war picture?
I. Swoon. I couldn't tell you
whether dogwood is used in making
kennels. Constant Bunn was the
mule in "A Livery Stable Romance."
His hobby is collecting coins (from
the other actors).
C. 0. D. The film you refer to,
"Eddie of the Beer Vineyards," was
not passed by the censors because in
one scene the hero was shown chew
ing gum.
"Cutey." Mac Aroni wears a
ready-made tie. Yes, he drinks, but
never treats. He's Scottish by na
tionality. Don't be afraid to write.
O. Y. Cornelius Church gets the
true rhythmic spirit in his classic
dancing in "Wallie, the Wailing
Wop," by wearing woolen under
wear. "Fine Cut" is his favorite
Mike Leber. You say you're an
actor. Then I advise you not to go
in the movies. Ned Nap was the beau
tiful heiress in "Julian the Tripe
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"AH great music was written in
blood," is the idea of Rev. W. L. Davis
of Los Angeles. Our proofreader
says that some great music is sung
in blood. He hadn't got off mor'h
two verses of "Annie Laurie," one
midnight, .when her old man opened
on him with a double-barreled gun
loaded with rock salt
This white and silver embroidered frock over pink chiffon and silver!
lace has the popular panniers, which are even being carried over into this
spring's street costumes. On each pannier is a garland of French flowers.
he style shown here is absolutely the latest for evening dress. The
.gowns were designed by Faibisy of New York and the pictures posed espeo
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