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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 02, 1913, Image 4',
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go somewhere else. Siegel, Cooper
& Co. .is' not going to stand for such
Furthermore every girl must wear
messaline if possible. Perhaps the
management was indulging its sense
of humor when it added that "if pos
sible." This is merely a guess.
Then girls must have their shoes
shined every morning.
And every girl must have her hair
dressed in a certain way.
In the fear that the girls might not
be able to get the "certain way"
right, Siegel, Cooper provides abso
lutely free a hairdresser who
teaches the girls how to do so.
We suspect that the thought of
that FREE hairdresser makes Joe
Siegel, Cooper ( & Co. is a great
place for a girl to work if you don't
care what you say.
Come to think of it, it is almost
as good as Marshall Field & Co.
Only it hasn't got quite so many
regulations for the girls as Marshall
Field & Co.
o o "y
SUFFRAGETTES BELIEVE RAID
ADVANCED THEIR CAUSE
London, May 2. A bottle filled
with nitro-glycerin was found in Pic
cadilly circus tube station and cre
ated a panic among the waiting men
and women. Scotland Yard detectives
Letters found in the fiat of- Miss
Annie Kenney, while she was in Paris
conferring with Sylvia Pankhurst,
detailed a plan to burn all the lumber
yards of London and several govern
ment buildings. '
The suffragettes look upon the re
cent sensational raid as virtually
"government recognition" and be
lieve it has advanced their cause.
Smith's little boy swallowed a
nickel and there was great consterna
tion in the family. The next day
Smith's mother-in-law called and
calmly inquired, "Has young Tommy
got over his 'financial difficulty yet?"
ADVENTURES OP MR. MOUSE
1 BL-flMED 'll I CAN
fjT I PINO ViC MBY 1
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