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HERE , COMES SISTER WITH A
New York, March 12. "There
goes mother with a sour apple tree,"
sang out a small boy in a department
store here today,, and everybody
laughed as mother wis; only inspect
ing one of the new spring hats.
Many of the "new hats are trimmed
with fruit. This one in particular was
a three-cornered affair of black net,
marked into segments and bound
with strips of blajckstraw while five
green leaves and two bottle green
silk apples, suggesting "cholera mor
bus, served as the trimming.
Hat displays were the features in
all stores today. Small ones predomi
nated. Some are round and flat; oth
ers turn up at the . side or back arid
the milliners have adopted amazing
schemes of trimming .since no aig
rettes or birds of paradise may be
SOCIETY COMES TO BAT, BUT
DOESN'T MAKE A HIT
New York, March 12. Society,
which has hitherto wetted its jaded
appetite "by .entertaining such scions
of nobility as wandered across the
pond, held open house for I. W. W.
workers last night and "Big Bill"
Haywood, Prank Strong Hamilton,
Frank Tannebaum's successor as
leader of the unemployed "army,"
and other members of the army were
lionized by Mrs. Mabel Dodge at 23
Society was in evening dress and
the I. W W. leaders wore sweaters
and the-social question as discussed
by the I. W. W. men kept the friends
of Mrs. Dodge entertained for the
evening. A pleasant time was had
Late in the evening the army of the
unemployed, marched to the Univer
sity Settlement House after eating
bread and. drinking coffee they had
bought for themselves while Fifth
avenue society feasted their leaders.
The men slept on benches through
BROOKLYN SAYS NIX ON THE
New York, March 12. Bacchante,
Frederick McMonnies' famous bronze
figure of a lady wearing only a snnle
and a bunch of grapes, which virtu
ous Boston once rejected, is in trou-
ble again. Flatbush, that section of
Brooklyn famed for its many
churches, where they still have Sun
day clothes and rubber plants, has
turned its thumbs down on Bac
chante and wants to put her .out of
the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and
The Flatbush art critics of the nude
in art have even condemned Tissot's
famous religious paintings. A com- .
mittee of the Vanderveer Park Tax
payers' Association demanded the re
moval of the Bacchante, the Tissot's
and also McMonnies' undraped statue
of Venus and Adonis.
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SAYS YOU CAN'T CONVICT A
PRETTY WOMAN IN THIS LAND
"You can't convict a woman of
murder in this country especially a
pretty woman and. Stella was decid
edly pretty," said Assistant State's
Attorney oi$rien today, commenting
on the acquittal last night of Stella
Czemerowska, charged. with the.mur
der of her fiance because he jilted her.
O'Brien from memory compiled a
list of thirteen women, accused of
murder in Cook county in recent
years and acquitted. He knew of
scarcely an instance, he said, where a
woman had beenconvicted and then
had been forced to pay the penalty
either of long imprisonment or of
Polish friend's of the young girl de
fendant held a celebration at her
o o .
San Diego mesdames are able
bodied. One of them, clad in her '
nightie only so say the police
started out to paint a neighbor's
house red and two patrolman had to
take turns working the police auto
horn to drown out her comments.