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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 13, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 14

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When Miss Loney, 15, is 21, she
will take control of the $1,452,000
estate left to her by her mother, Mrs.
Catherine Wolfe Loney, who, with
her husband, Dr. Allen D. Loney, lost
her life when the Lusitania was sunk,
according to a will just probated.
Miss Loney was with her parents on
the liner.
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July 13, 1787. Congress enacted
the famous Northwest Ordinance,
providing for the organization and
government of the territory between
the Ohio and Missippi rivers.
Mrs. Mary Woolsey of Omaha,
Neb., claims the title of champion
mother. At 22 she is the mother of
seven children, six of whom are liv
ing, and the stepmother of seven.
She is five feet tall and weighs 120
pounds. When she was 14 years old
she married a widower with seven
By Batty Brown
From Paris comes the blouse with
the peplum. Its reception is cool,
not to say chilly. The American
woman likes to tuck her shirt waist
in and the blouse with the little skirt
Loes not .appeal to her fancy.
a preuy -restaurant mouse tnat
caught my eye' the other day was of
canary colored organdie with a
broad shawl collar that dropped
right down to the waistline; the col
lar and the cuffs were embroidered
in big black and yellow daisies. The
entire width of the organdie was
used in each sleeve so you may know
they were fluffy. The waist buttoned
at the side with yellow crochet but
tons. Hemstitching in a color that con
trasts sharply with the color of the
blouse itself is one of the clever
things the blousemakers are using
this summer.
Two-yard lengths of striped jer
sey are used as sashes with the
sports blouse and separate skirt. Tied
in a careless sort of knot at the side
they are right pretty.
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William Farnum will make his last
appearance as a member of the West
ern Fox studios in "Through the
Flames." He" win return to the East
ern Fox studios. The story is by
Henry Christeeb Warnack, a Los
Angeles newspaperman.
Lucille Lee Stewart, .Vitagraph's
new star, and wife of her director,
Ralph W. Ince, was recently given a
Chinese passport by Yan Phou Lee,
a Chinese editor of New York. It is
a letter of introduction to officials of
every city in China.
Alice Hollister, Kalem's clever lit
tle "vampire" woman, plays the title
role in a new release, "The Lotus
Ruth Stonehouse is, the featured
player in a new film, "The Spring
Song," now being produced at the
i Universal studios,

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