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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 27, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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good deal about women, old Judge
I draw a veil over the document
Counsel Balder's consternation,
Cousin Francis' jury; the . demand
that I should be imprisoned for con
tempt as if I had known anything
about it. The Judge cut short the
case by pronouncing in favor of
"Why didn't you tell me?" I de
manded of Tommy, furiously, when
we had all three adjourned for lunch
eon. "Jenny wanted to give Cousin
Francis a fight all along the line,"
said Tommy, grinning. "Besides, we
didn't want it known yet unless it
had to be."
"It's just like a woman," said a
rasping voice behind me. And I turn
ed to see Judge Hitt eating aspara
gus with a spoon at the next table.
o o
Professor When two bodies come
together with some force is heat
Hardastax Not always, sir. I hit
a guy once and knocked him cold.
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By Betty Brown
A house garment "with two legs and
jacket! Hereit is!
"A protest against the shapeless
kimona" is what the modiste who de
signed it calls this garment, and we
will admit that it is a pert little "pro
test." The woman who has honest-to-goodness
housework to do will prob
ably never hear of or see the pajama
dress, but the woman who "just fuss
es around in the morning" is said to
be delighted with it
The pajamed person pictured here
chose "old blue" for her "house
dress" the material is pongee silk.
Bands of brick red taffeta and little
cubist patches of red lend quite an
Oriental air to it
Red ribbon trims the blue silk cap.
And note the veil but then if you
are going to extremes in fads why
not go all the way and a veil on a
boudoir cap is going some ways.

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