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1 And how does qnfr co-ordinate? Simplest thing in the world! One'
co-ordinates with -a 'bow yand arrow, prancing around one's law in one's
bare feet, wearinga sort of Greek nightie. And of course one has a high
board .fence around ona'syard,. A
Thisiis a photograph of Miss Grace O'Ryan, one of the prettiest mem-tf:
1bers of Chicago's co-ordinate club. The club was founded by Mrs. Ahrend,o
von Vllsslngen, who lives in the fashionable North Side, and is a disciple of ri '
Ernest Baron von Peuchtersleben, an Austrian physician Vho started the a
thing in Europe. " b
Mrs. von Vlissingen's class meets at the home of Mrs. Turck-Baker,
at theorner of Grove and Maple streets. There, in sunny seclusion, with
the windj! tossing their gossainergarments, they slip back into ancient days
and shoot arrows and caper, and co-ordinate to their hearts' content. G
The idea is that by such'unframmeled gambolling the body and soul -.
are brought into complete unity or "co-ordination," And thus soul freedom
But one has to be careful, 'else one. gets stone bruises on one's feet and
sunburn on one s knees.'
I've been from "Hong Kong to Shan
ghai, FronvPekin to Hung Fooey,
But I never saw a Chinaman
Who liked to eat chop suey!
MATCHLESS BUT THOUGHFUL
Tim was only fifteen, but had fol
lowed his calling in every sense' of
the word for eight years. Saunter
ing down the street, he extracted a
cigarette fromhis pocket and placed
it jauntily between his teeth, only to
discover that he had no matches.
Tim, therefore entered a tobaccon
"We do not give matches away
boy we sell them!" was all the gen-
tleman behind the counted said in an- ,,
swer to Tim's request for a light.
-""Well, how much are dey, then?",
"A penny a box." tf
Tim paid bis money and lighted his '
"Here," he said, handing back the.,.
box, "leave these on the counter, and'
when anuwer gentleman asks for a
light give him one of my matches!" ff
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