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characteristic of the sock The wo
men wear gbrgeous colors and fan
tastic, broad-skirted gowns. The
men wear patriarchial blue coats,
with flaring pleated skirts.
The Doukhobor communfties are
founci only in Russia and Canada.
There are 11,000 Doukhobors in Can
ada, divided between the colonies of
Saskatchawan and British Columbia.
A typical Doukhobor, tent home, ox-drawn wagon, and Doukhobor family
near Nelson, British Columbia.
i THE FELLOW
WHO goes trailing, past seats filled!
with women, through a street car
puffing on a lighted cigaret;
WHO stands in the middle of the
sidewalk arguing with a friend;
WHO takes all night at a box office
window deciding whether, he wants
two seats, on the first floor or two in
, the gallery;
WHO elbows, everybody in sight by
trying to -read a newspaper in the
. WHO leaves the washbowl full of
suds and the soap in the bottom;
WHO, sticks you up on the street
when you'veonly got about two-bits
in your jeans;
WHO goes clodhopping through -a.
puddleof mud when you are on the
other" side .of' said puddle.
Thinks too much about himself and
too little about the other fellow.
CHICAGO POLICE SEARCHING
FOR SEVEN GIRLS
The Chicago police force is puzzled
over the increasing number of miss
ing girls. Each, daylately young girls
have left their homes. In some cases
all trace of them has been lost. In
others they have been found after be
ing lured from .home by men.
The police are now searching for
seven girls. They "are:
Delia Cattina, 12257 W. 24th
street, disappeared yesterday.'. ,
Josephine Stella, lfr, 1147 S. State
street," disappeared Sunday.
iEdna Samuels, 16, 7069 Ravens
wood avenue; missing since Satur
day. Tillle Rodke, 55, 325 Marion street,
Oak Park; disappeared Saturday;
believed to be demented.
Emma Houston, 25, Louisville, Ky.;
came to Chicago Dec. 13 and disf