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STEPL"ESS STREET CAR GOOD FOR TIGHT SKIRTS
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The hobble skirt, if it did nothing else, called attention to the
high .steps of American street car's. The picture above is of a new
Broadway, New York, car, showing the single low step, and the
door at the side which prevents tall end crowding. The rear end is
rounded and has seats like the rest of the carj Thee are no fronfl
or rear doors.
Owner of famous skunk' farm
'in Kansas has soldut, changed
his clothes, and gone back to
Maine to grow up withfhe- coun-
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Eva Taneuavhas a new cos
tume made of Lincoln pennies.
Some cents to that,' although she"
probably found quarter's-worthy.
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