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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 15, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 14

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past year with her husband, Arch C.
Gerhardi, mining engineer, at Unga.
"What a wonderful leap year
chance," she said, "for the unmar
ried women of this country of indif
ferent men! Alaskans are fairly
wringing their hands for wives. Not
necessarily pretty girls, or brainy
ones just good, companionable
"No girl up there need be without
a big list of suitors from which to
choose. The men are wholesome
and fine, and any woman who retains
their respect is treated like a queen.
Gentlemen all, I found them at Un
ga, where I was one of three white
women during the past year."
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T cepts as an authentic model for such
gay apparel. The Phair model is
made of orchid taffeta and silver lace
with silver ribbon outlining the waist
and the skirt
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By Betty Brown
The pointed tunic is taking on ex
tra points for its spring debut and
the points are never more pointed
than when they adorn an evening
gown. Mme. Phair makes effective
use of the pointed drapery in a de
sign for an evening gown which the
Fashion Art League of America ac-
The New York egg market regu
larly lists 21 grades of eggs, and rec
ognizes many more. The 21 are:
Near-by hennery, whites, fine to
Near-by hennery, whites, ordinary
to good.
Gathered whites.
Western gathered whites.
Near-by hennery, browns.
Gathered browns and mixed, ordi
nary to fancy.
Near-by refrigerator, whites.
Fresh gathered, extra fine.
Extra firsts.
Thirds and poorer.
Fresh dirties, No. 1.
Fresh dirties, No. 2 and poorer.
Fresh checks, good to choice.
Fresh culls and inferior checks.
Refrigerator, special marks, fancy.
Refrigerator firsts.
Refrigerator seconds. "
Refrigerator thirds or poorer.
Refrigerator dities.
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Camphor balls bloom in the spring
when the 'furs hibernate and the B.
V. D.'s come out in the open and seek
their prey.
Nobody knows why camphor balls
are made round instead of square ex
cept, perhaps, 'that if they were
square they wouldn't be camphor
balls at all and couldn't roll all over
the floor and get crushed in the car
pet. For fragrance camphor balls are
louder than anything we know, not
excepting American beauties, boiled
cabbage, a certain well-known but
unpopular animal and barber's cologne.

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