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'HELLO, FOLKSl VM THAT BERFECT BABY-YOU
HAVE ALLREAD ABOUT RECENTLY
eawara Dean is tnis oaoy's name.
He lives in a
City, N. J.
He is fatherlessA and motherless.
Four months ago he was puny,
sickly, evidently doomed to die. '
And just the other day he made a
perfect score 100 per cent in a
FADS CAN COME BACK
By Jim Manee.
It's funny how a crazewill come,
Then turn around and go.
Roller skating hit this town
'Bout twenty years ago.
And then the habit up and died,
It calmly passed away;
And after twenty years the skates
Came back on us, full sway.
P. S. There is another kind 'of a
"skate" we know of. But that's no
fad it's a habit with a lot of people.
Oh you Saturday nighrl
RAYMOND ROBINS TO SPEAK
Mr. Raymond Robins, state chair
man of the Progressive party, who
has recently returned from a trip
around the world,' will speak on "In
dustrial'and Social Progress in For
eign Lands," at twelfth floor, Schiller
Hall, 64 W. Randolph .street, Sunday,
December 14, 3 p. m.
This will be Mr: Robins' first ad
dress on his travels since his'return.
Fair today'and tomorrow; no im
portatrt change intemparature; light
westerly winds. ' . ;