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WHY THISr'SORJ'OF DRESS?
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It seems 'as 'though the Paris de
signer and the Paris fashionable
woman are in league to bind'the fash
ionable figure-in every " particular,
1 where it is necessary to be. free to
.insure-health and -grace. " , ,
The dress illustrated was seen at
the Lbn'gchamps-races, and was less
.than three-quarters of a'yard around
thefeet. It was made of black vel
wjet with an overjtunic. of white silk
ranne, ana arwiae belt or the DiacK.
A gown of this kind emphasizes
only the sex. of its wearer. It is not:
graceful, practical, or., beautiful.
It is, rather hard to. understand just
why, at the. time when women are
preaching freedom 'as never before,
they are allowing their arms-and legs
to be so bound-that walking or help
ing themselves is practically impos
I. W. W.'S GATHER IN DENVER
FOR FREE SPEECH FIGHT
Denver, Colo., April 15. Sixty-six
members of the I. W. W., denied the
right, of free speech, are in -the Den
ver .jail on a bread and water diet.
Fifty-more membersof the organiza
tion are en route here. k
Ghief 'of Police O'Neil has issued,
orders for, .the arrest of .all men
'speaking in the streets without per
mits: In retaliation, the I. W.: W. men'
say they will fill the Denver, jail and
make their keep expensive to taxpayers'.
.Salt -Lake City. Eighty-six mem
bers of the I. W. W:, bound for Den
ver, have passed through here in .tfipe
last" 24 hours. 'Over 300 morerare
expected this afternoon. The men
declare that thousands of members
of their order will go to Denver if
necessary to enforce the Tight of free
Paterson, N. J. Eighteen thou
sand school children may go' on
"strike" here as a result of the anger
of I. W. W. leaders against the atti
tude of schoolteachers to the silk,
According to I. W. W. leaders,
tea'chers have been "ridiculing the
strikers to their pupils, calling them
anarchists and dangerous characters.
The majority of the children are from
strikers' families, and it is believed'.