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THIS ISN'T AN ADVERTISING HANDBILL; ITS
GOT NOTHING BUT REAL NEWS IN IT
THE DAY BOOK
500 SO. PEORIA ST
TEL. MONROE 353
VOL.2,N0.66 Chicago, Saturday, Dec. 14 1912 ONE CENT
HIGH SOCIETY "HITCHY KOO'S" ONE OVER ON
THE ORIGINAL LITTLE MORAL REGULATOR
Art Meeker Weeps as The Fair Sex Tango' AH Over the
Blackstone Ball Room -Art's' Frat, , arid
Nobody Loves a Fat Man.
The Tang0 dance Tango-ed its
giddy, wrjgglyrway into the first
of the Assembly balls at the
Blackstone Hotel, last nighty to
the fascinating tune of "Hitchy
, Koo, Hitchy Koo, Hitchy Koo J.'
. And they say Art .Meeker of the1
stockyards is so mad about it .he's
been eatjng hay all day,.
Art is Lord Chief Justice .jr'
something like that, of the board
of governors of the Assembly i
,balls, you know.
An.d thfe Assembly balls are ih$
Ingest ventsl the jreaVrhj CH-!
cago's highest society. v ,
4 The Assembly bails' are sq ex
clusive thatyouVcaat get a,bvft05
one of them unless youiv-husBan!
has been indicted by the federal,
grand jury tor breaking the Sher
man Jaw, or .givuig- rebates, or
wrecking a bank, or something (
They probahlymade Art Meek
er Lord Chief Jqsice of the bfi
of governors -because he's bee
indicted so doggone often".
As soon as Art was made Lord
Chief Justice he -appointed him
self the original little censor of
And when he heard that they
Aye.ce going to, dance' the Tango
he hunted up tan Field, the fam
qus cotilljoir leader and inheritor
of money, department stores and
Joop property, and asked what
this darned Tango wa anyhow
, , Stan told him, and. Art prob
ably would have blushed if he
.hadn't had so muchepractice keep
ing the blushes bade as he ex
plained t,he high cost of beef.
Also, Art deposed right there
on the spot that there Wasn't go
ing to be any Tango-ing at the
"We'll be. decent and just dance
waltzes and two-steps and things
like that;" he said.
Poor Stan Field went right ug
in the air at that, ,