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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 21, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 31',
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Almost every fro'ck or suit you see
has a touch ,of Roman. stripe some
where about it.
A -black sik tricof. made with a
plain skirt has "the Mmona waist
made of Roman stripe." The girdle
and gathered tunic, which aye cut in
a most individual manner, are trim
med with a width of the.Uoman.'stripe
put across the -bottom;
This gown is a Premet model, ard
Premet is just now on the top wave
of Dame Fashion's favor in Paris.
.Auto of Pascal Sylvester plunged
down viaduct in Bvanston. SylvesteF
F. Olafka, 54k Maxwell St., died
from burns received from fall into
vat of Great Northern Plating Works.
Widow gets bujk of $500,000:estate
of Claude Seymour. ' "
-Election, of Hugo Krause, 21st
Ward, contested. Wm. F. Schofield,
Democrat, asks recount.
Investigation on $1,000,000 voting-
machine contract reopened. Elec
tion commissioners to tell what took
place while purchase pf voting ma
chines was under discussion.
Mrs. Mary Welsh, 86, 1642 E. 70th
st., stumbled from chair. Dea'd.
Mrs. Wi'edma Walling, who kidnap-6.-year-old
son, freed by judge. Wo
nfan told to get permission to see boy,
$40,000 worth of electrotypes stol
en from De Laurence -Scott & Co. of-.
fice, 117 N. Wabash ,av.
. Ass't Fire Marshal Arthur Seyfer-
lich's auto skidded., Crashed into
curb: Fire marshal slightly hurt.
George Larson, 11164 N. Clark st.
robbed. $20 and watch. James Mc
Cormick and Rifchard Richmond held.
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REVERSEa EDITOR'S CASE
- Trenton, N. J., April 21. Justice
Kalisch in the Supreme Court filed:
opinion reversing conviction of Editor
Scott of Paterson for alleged hostility
to police during recent Paterson silk
strike, Scott, as editor of 'the "Weekly Is
sue" during the strike assailed Police
Chief Bfllson, charging . him with-
, clubbing the- strikers. The editor had
been sentenced to a term of one and
a half years in prison.
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Cuimpses can now be bought with
'vests-of crepe de chine; " s