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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 22, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 9

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Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045487/1914-04-22/ed-1/seq-9/

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'IS 'IGHNESS' LIP MAL BE ALU RIGHT, BUT NO
FLAT ROOFED TOPPIECE FOR OURS
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London,- England. London is mad
as a hatter. The hatters themselves
are all het up. The umbrella brigade
of the suffragets is glad. The "John
nies" are mad, and the whole thing
all about King George's -new Easter
hat.
The trouble with the-king's -new
sky piece.is that there's too much of
it. The crown, six and three-quarters
inches high, makes a slim man look
tt. A 4-CLYINDER FELINE
like a bean pole and a short man look
like a portable' chimney. The top of
the new "bowler" is flat enough to
play billiards on, and "extraordinary"
is the only word with which Bond
street haberdashers can describe the
brim of the ball 'at.
Anyway, a high hat is" a fine target
for a riotous suffragetj and the "flat
roofed" lid may, after all, have been
a hunch of the window-smashing sis
terhood, o
' "What does C-A.-T spell?"
'Tdon't know."
"Why, w"hat is it that you often
hear purring at your house?" ,
"Oh, I kno.w--ouivau'tomobile.
METHOD TO HIS-MADNESS
Angry Woman But why do you
wheel those heavy stones over my
lawn ruining it? Why do you do it?(
The Jobber Well, ma'am, I ex
pected, to git the job of repairin' it.
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