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SOCIETY 'WEARS DAINTY
J"" Miss Mary K. Graham.
New York, Jan. 24. The fe
male of the species has a new fad,
more deadly than the hatpin.
Women of fashion are actually
A Fifth-av jewelry house a few
weeks ago imported" a line of
glistening stilettos, sheathed in
diamond encrusted gold.
Society girls rushed to the fad
and any evening now you will see
them at he opera or in the fash
ionable restaurants wearing these
In the accompanying picture
'Miss Mary K. Graham, daughter
of the rich F. Worden Grahams
of Washington and New York, is
seen wearing a bejeweled dagger
near her "heart.
" ABOUT PEOPLE
Congressman William P. Bor
land of Missouri, put across two
superlatives in a
recent bill he in
troduced in the
house. It provides
for the longest
A m e r ic a n road,
Washington, D. C.,
to Olympic", Wash.,
and it is to have the
longest high way
"Daughters of the
tion national ocean
to ocean trails
road." Congress is jgJLJ
to provide nan tne
cost, the states through which the
road goes, the other half.
George Bowler spent $400,000
for a five-year college education
at Harvard, according to a money,
lender who is suing him for $30,
000. Roulette in a place on
Broadway, N. Y., cost $75,000;
tuition fees, books and board
didn'fc take the rest.
Chairman Mack announced
that the democracy was ready for
a fight, and so the peerless lead
er of the democracy punched Col.
Carnegie says he would like to
have been a reporter. Cheer up,
reporters ! Just see what you can
be if you save your money ! - -
Gas meters are well up on the
multiplication table. ' . '