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FOUR HAIR-CURLING GHOST STORIES ON THE WAY!
WATCH for-theEIRST c
RQW. Every one a yarn to gi
Here's an extra good fiction treat arranged for The Day Book
folks, and t begins omorrpwl The Day Book has secured some of
the best ghost stprieg ever tpld, turned its artists loose on some
corking fine illustrations, and will puhlish Jthe first one in tomor
rowsTpaper. There's a fine flavor to ghosts just nowr with Hallowe en up
o us, when all the uncanny peoples have a right to walk abroad for
one night 1
YSu'lf read of "Th,e Awful Ghpst with the Golden Arm," "-The
Vanishing Room No. 13," "The Weird Thing that Bloats Through
the Night Air," and' '-'The Whole Grave Yard That Awoke and
Danced." ' "
These are gopd stories to learn and tell your friends on Hal
lows eve. Youte sure to have fun in doing it and watching the
way they take the climax.
STORY BOUT CHARLES
Charles' Stangl blew into Chi
cago from Milwaukee with thirty
cents, a torchlight procession jag,
and a large desire o show his
Charles saw Miss Grace
Hughes, of 1208 South Kedzie
avenue, standing at the cornej1 of
Madison and' Tialsted streets.
Miss Hughes wpre; aq opjera
"Opera cloak 1" said Charles, to
himself, "Opera cloak! A street
corner is no plac? fr an Rera
cloak! An opera cloak ought to
be in a theater. Never shall it
be said that Charles Stangl saw
beauty, in duress and went not
to rescue! On Charles 1 We; shall
take the lady to the theater."
Whereupon Charles covered up
the hole to the rearward oi his
pants, and approached the lady irr
"Fair one!" he said, "Wilt
thou deign to accompany me to
the theater, wlere, as that opera
cloak plainly shows, thou dost be
long?" Miss Hughes did not fall in
with the suggestion. She fell in
with a policernanr and about ten
minutes: later Charles fell into a
celt at the Desplaines street sta
tion. Charles was very woebegone in
court today. He explained Tiis
chivalrous intentions to the judge
and added that it was possible e
had leaned up against too much"
pink - elephant - producer last
night- " i .
Charles got off with 4$1 atni
costs, and a warning not to be so
chivalrous in the future, arid not
to try and rescue fair damsels
when possessed "only a 3l cents
and a hofcln his pants.