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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 19, 1912, Image 16

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story by johny
n. y., sept. 19. i been reading
about the new fall fashions, gee,
but they are the Jimmit
j? i bet if a guy dressed hisself up
tpe way them stones tell about he
never could walk through central
park
the squirrels would chase him
to death
the whiskers is the worst, over
in London theyare wearing them
old-style fire escapes, the kind
that crawl about half way across
your face and then saw off Jike
the end of a breakwater
but there is guys in this town
that -will do it if it's done in dear
old london
fe then they'll go and walk up
g and down fifth avenoo and let the
wirid whistle through their sea-
weea ana imnK iney are neiping
to decorate the streets quite'a bit
also i see tight pants are com
ing in, the kind you got, to coax
yourself into with a shoehorn
if they do i see where there aint
no happy new year for about
76,319 pressing speshulists
with them kind of pants all you
got to do to get rid of the rinkles
is put 'em on, and what show will
the poor tailors have them
maby they will even up on re-
pairs, you can't sit down in them
1835 pants without running a
terrible risk v
the dames are going to be a
little crazier than usual, too. go
ing to carry canes for one thing
when one of these swell dames
in this burg goes out with a dog
in oAe arm and a cane in the uthen
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hand, howls she going tp hold
$2,000 gown up so it wont geJ
muddy, i'd, like- to kno
sum problem, seems to me
; johny
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Pulled, Puzzled, and Perplexed.
In the bar-roorri of the village?
hostelry they were discussing tire
habits and manners of some of the
summer visitors. tKM
"That there well-dressed cha
said one yokel, pointing to some
one outside in the street "why.
'e combs 'is 'air every morning!""
The others listened in astonjh
ment
"Dunno 'ow 'e stands it," went
on the spokesman. "I only combs
mine once a wee"k, and thenwlk;
werry .nigh lugs yy4 off I"
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