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figure in Omaha's underworld for
many years. - She was noted for
running an orderly establishment
and for befriending Unfortunate
girls who desired to leave lives of
I am 14 and short, and think
I'm too young to wear a suit.
Please suggest a coat and dress
for spring wear. " Have a one
piece dress of becoming color and
a three-quarter' length coat of any.
shade desired not dark.
Will medium sized white felt
hats be worn early in the spring?
Yes, but not very long for it is
prophesied that straw hats will
come in very early.
Will white canvas slippers be
iworn next summer? Yes. '
I am dark. What are my col
ors. .Wear the color matching
your eyes. That is always one's
most becoming color.
What will make mylips red?
Good health is essential
Is a girl in love with you when
she kisses you and makes a big
fuss over you when she has only
known you for a short time? P.
J. She pro"bably thinks she is,
but a girl is -foolish to do such
things on a short acquaintance.
Will brown shoes be worn this
Spring? West Sider. Yes.
What will remove' freckles?
'Freckle Face. It is almost im
possible to do more than tem
porarily remove freckles from a
s,kin that has a tendency to
freckle. This tendency dimin
ishes as a person grows older.
WKat are the meanings of Eva,
William, Harry and Herbert?
Inquisitive. Eva means "life;"
William, "defender, protector;"
Harry, diminutive of Henry,
meaning, "head of home;" and
Herbert, "army hero."
What states have state-wide
Maine, Mississippi, North Caro
lina, Oklahoma and Tennessee.
FLIES ENGLISH CHANNEL
TO TEND BUSINESS
Paris, March 7. Buffeted by
high winds, and most of the- fane
flying through a drenching raia
storm, Aviator Salney, in a mon
oplane made a non-stop flight ov
er the English channel, from
London to Paris today.
He landed in the Issy Aero
drome, just outside Paris, at 11
o'clock, after having covered 237
miles in 325 minutes. He was al
most completely exhausted, and
so chilled that he had to be helped
from his machine.
Salney was asked what had in
duced him to make such a dan
gerous flight in bad weather.
"I had business in Paris," he
said. "And the trains and -the
boats were all delayed because of
the miners' strike. I do not like
to be delayed when I have busi
ness to do, so I just fley over."
Salney went into Pans, follow
ed by an admiringj:rowd, trans
acted his business, and late this
afternoon, rescended in his mon
oplane. He said he hoped to go
direct to London without a stop.