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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 12, 1912, Image 12',
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Hamilton, O.,' April 12. Spe-N
cial.) Chas. Bush, colored, f
voKe no, iiKes monev.
He was counting his change on
the sixth floor of the Rentschler
building, when a gust of wind
took a dollar bill from his hand
and gently deposited it on the
roof of the Reily building, three
Bush grabbed for the bill,
missed and then leaped to the
rqof. He was unhurt. Just as he
was about to pick up the bill an
other gentle zephyr carried it into
the court of the Reily "building.
He started after it again, but an
occupant of the building got it
first and saved him another jump.
Another western advertise
ment : "To exchange : A doctor's
book on epilepsy for a Plymouth
j.A woman can see through the
average man, without the X-rayy,
Wiley's pen since he handed in his resignation, IT read and heeded
by every housewife in Chicago, will make Jhjs a Jf uku, fuuu
Jin tomorrow's Day Book will be an editorial written by Dr.
Wiley, which I will be the introduction of his articles, the first of. ,
which -will b&published in The Day Book Monday.) - i
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LEAPS THREE STORIES I "HIGH SASSIETY" DOES .
FOR BILL; MISSES THE "JELLY WABBLE" ,
Washington, April 12. "High
sassiety" is someruffled here to
day, aqd with reason.
Even if the guests at the ball
given by Mrs. Robert W. Patter
son Thursday night did dance the
"Turkey Trot" and the "Jelly
Wabble," is that any reason why
some blab-mouthed clubman
shcjuld go and tell everybody
Certainly not, you say. And
that's jusMvhat the ladies are say
ing, -too, especially some of the"
more distinguished women who
were at thatdance Helen Taft,
the president's daughter, the
Misses Meyer, daughters of the
secretary of the navy, and the"
"Princess Alice," for instance.
The women are all going
around denying it today, and get"
ting all excited "and worked up
while doing so, too. But the club
men admit it is true.
"Of course, you know,' one of
them said today, "it wasn't the
real 'Barbary coast stuff," you
know. It was a sort of delicate,
modified, highly cultured, if I
may put it so, sort of 'Trot' and
,, "Why, the 'Princess Alice' and
Postmaster General Hitchcock
looked real graceful as they did ft;x
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