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flesh exposed by the cutting.
After about' three weeks the
arm will be cut free and" Hart will
face the world with'a new set of
features. " "
The operation lasted several
hours. It was witnessed'By scores
of interested p'hysicians.
All Hart's trouble, was caused
'by a sour pickle eaten afer (he
had-been given calomel. t
WO'NT .COST HER HUSBAND MUCH MONEY FOR HATS
Two Quick-Change Styles.
. Latest in hats costs just 25
cents!' It is designed by- a Chi
cago girl Miss Wilma Berger.
Her creation comprises many
hats in one. It is made of velvet
and like the crusher hats, so popu
lar with men, it can be rolled up
and carried in a handbag. It is
reversible and may be worn either
side out. -
Miss Berger bought the mate
rial for it at a bargain sale, select
ing dark brown velvet for one
side and light brown ' for the
other.. Simple trimmings can be
put on and taken- off at pleasure,
adding to the appearance when
the wearer wishes to make it es
pecially dressy. , By slight shap
ing she-can hiake it "Napoleon,"
"Aerial," "Alpine" ,and ma'ny;
other popular models.' e
o ao . . ;
A bad sign, when you knock on
wood, to get' a splinter in Voun
knuckles. " -t
Edgar AJlen Poe was lected attorney-general
of Maryland," Nov.
7. "Onlv that, and nothing more."