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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 01, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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The Itinerant Wprkers work' with
the A. P. of L. They oppose strike
breaking and are aided by trades un
ionists. Twenty-one cities have locals
in the organization.
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" DON'T SEW.UPTHE SLIT"
"Don'tsew up theslit because it's
getting cold; let the wind bite your
-o-
ankles," was the advice offered slit
skirt wearers today by Dr. Adolph
Schmidt of Halle University, Saxony,
on a tour of America.
"Exposure to cold weather in
creases one's resistance," said Dr.
Schmidt "Women should throw
away the fluffy things they wear
about their throats in the winter."
THE WAITER-DIDNT LIKE GRAY HAIR, EITHER!
Diner Look- v.aue-i. Tnoie's a gray haii in xnis soup.
Warier Ah, m'cicur ii nko me! M'siear regret also ze leetie BLONDE
cook is gone, From the London Sketch;
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