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Mrs. Elizabeth Y. Shepard,
granted divorce from George P.
Ignatz Rathskowsky, laborer,
West Pullman, found dying in
yard of Charles Bruges, 304 Ken
sington ave. Beaten.
$600 damage in fire in new
building-at N. Canal and We
John H. Hinsley, Hammond,
Ind, came here to get house
keeper. Mtf Nellie Brown, 18,
Guardian refused to let her go.
He married her one hour after he
L "KEEP YOUR BACK STRAIGHT," SAYS BILLIE BURKE
f)U-.T,J V.A. "w amujh m g itj. yjg?ri
PaOKD, brJEpsgteicE-y yia'JiS&ax jP SocmxrCa l
The Kirst Word After the
face arid hands the back is the
most expressive part of the body.
How many times after you are
dressed do you take a hand glass
and look at your back to see if
you are as vell groomed and as
straight as possible. Artists tell