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ONE OF AMERICA'S PRETTIEST WORKING GlRLS
No. lO.-iss Dixie Armstead is considered the prettiest work
ing girl of Evansville, Ind. She was chosen to pose for the Tri-State
Photographers' association, composed of-picture-takers of Indiana,
Illinois and Kentucky, when they held their annual convention the
other day. She is a bookkeeper.
With deepest pleasure we.an-
nounce that theer is now in our
midst Dr. J. E. Melville of the
University ofGlasgow, Scotland,
with a message that will appeal
to eVery manly heart: .Just now
the good doctor is at Los An
geles where he proclaims that
peppermint candy is good for the
baby because it keeps the infant
busy.. For this purpose, the Los
Angeles babies have been relying
almost wholly on the'native fleas
and they sure will welcome the
change to candy.
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If a high collar is essential to a
'dress, make it so that the air can
circulate through it, that the tex
ture and color of the skin of the
neck may be preserved.
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