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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 02, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 11

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rights. They are the principal disci- T
pies of the Swat the Fly" movement
the fat, bald-headed men.
Why will a decent, self-respecting
fly leave home and family for the
doubtful and hazardous pleasure of
scampering in boundless glee across
that smooth expanse where the hair
used to be on a corpulent individual's
dome?
That is a question that is baffling
science, and naturally so, as most of
the scientists are bald themselves.
To swat, 'em brings exasperation.
To put a silk handkerchief over the
barren pasture is to invite mirth.
The bald man is considered legitimate
prey for the little pests and he is
helpless.
Oh, yes, we'd just hate to have Dr.
Szekely come to this country and do
a Luther Burbank with our missing
locks.
And the bald-headed row will go.
That famous feature of the theater
has seen its best days and no longer
will the mirror-like skulls down in
front vie with the spotlight to destroy
our eyesight.
It is suggested that a National Bu
reau for the Reclamation of Desert
Scalps -be established and the doc in
vited to come over and take charge.
We could supply him with a few irri
gation experts and make the plan
complete. Joyful thought.
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WHATCHA MEAN "WINDFALL?"
William the Conqueror must have
been the original conservationist.
He made it a criminal offence for
any one to cut down the forest trees.
If a tree were blown down by the
wind, or its branches broken by wind
it was permissible for William's sub
jects to gather this "dead and down"
timber and use it for fuel. It's be
cause every wind storm brought a
"windfall" of branches that today we
speak of good luck as a windfall.
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In laying a table the sharp edges of
all knives should be turned toward
the .plate., ,, , ,
NEW-PHOTO OF FAMOUS BEAUTY"
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jNadizawiell
A new photograph of Princess Ra
diziwiell, the former Dorothy Deacon,
who was once the far-famed beauty
of Boston. The princess is as popular
in her circle now as she was when
she reigned in Boston, no affair being
considered a success without her
presence.
To turn a jelly out of a mould with
out breaking it, try rubbing a very
little of the best olive oil on the shape
before pouring in the jelly. If you do
this you will never have another
broken jelly.

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