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WORLD'S PRETTIEST LEGS
- Here is Shirley Kellogg a. de
mure little New York singer, who
is declared to have the most per
fect legs 'in the world. She is one
of the leading players' at the Win
ter Garden in New York, and i
every nighty when she dances out
on the suspension bridge over
the heads of' the audience she
brings down tha house.
' Simply because her legs are so
beautifully modeled that people
cannot refrain from applauding.
Hiss Kellogg takes her honors
a little timidly. "I don't like1 to
wear tights,'r she says, "and I
never did do so until this year."
BABY RUNS A JOY-RIDE:
iviiss Billie Harvey is in bad.
Miss Billie is all of 1 year and ll
months old, and yesterday she
took her great-grandmamma joy
Great-grandma did not enjoy
the joy ride very much and will
not recover from it for some time.
Miss Billie enjoyed the joy ride
gloriously, but she will notrecov-
er from what happened to her
when her mother got her home
for some time.
The net cost of that glorious
joy ride is as follows :
One spanked chauffeuse.
One damaged electric runa
bout One very badly damaged plate
One damaged park policeman.
One case of hysterics acquired -by
One case of hysterics acquired
by Billie's grandmother.
One badly frightened great
grandmother. Billie's grandmother, Mrs. W.
D. Mcjunkin of 933 Marquette
terrace, started the affair by in
viting Billie's mother, Mr?, Har
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