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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 03, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 14',
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"A few days .later pay first, baby I ALBINO-WIG WITH BLACK GOWN
was bom on the plains, and a day
later the story, brought a child to the
"That was the way-we had to win
our way through to thHife we had
planned in the yellow western land."
She watched an automobile climb
ing upward from the valley. A wo
man's shriek of merriment echoed up
to where we sat
"We didn't tango ourselves to
death," she said, sweeping her hand
out over the valleys where the cities
lay. "And we didn't laiow the mean
ing of divorce. We feared God and
fought beside the men. And we were
happy despite every - danger and
"It was a great preparation for the
stern school of life, instead of a
finishing school of music, manners
and the tango."
By K M. Cochran.
What the deuce would we folks do
To keep things wide awake
If it weren't for music that
Makes the still air shake?
Where e'er you go you'll find a tune,
It listens mighty well;
And then, where happiness prevails
You can always tell.
The ragtime tunes stir people up,,
They make you feel right glad;
And then the dreamy songs of June
Make some folks feel so sad.
But ,sad and glad's all in the game,
It's music from the start;
Folks take their choice, raise up
And sing out from the heart.
So what the dickens would we do
If music weren't the thing?
But then why fret, it's with us yet,
Let's all join in and sing.
Mrs. Sarah A. Conboy of Roxbury,
Mass., is national organizer of the
JJnlted Textile Workers'' Union.
MAKES STRIKING CONTRAST
The attractiveness of this soft
gown of black tulle with'taffeta tunic
is accentuated by the Marie Antoin
ette albino wig.
'The snow white of the -hair arid
the pinkness of the wearer's
shoulders against the -black of "the
jrown constitute a remarkable and a