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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 13, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 10

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With her military smartness and
trimness she has stormed the fort of
Fashion and it looks as if hers would
be an easy victory.
Prim andslini and jaunty is the
Military Miss, but, in spite of her
ma'nnish pockets and her soldierly
stride, she's essentially " sweet and
girlish.
She'll be the belle of the autumn
season, so prepare to. join the ranks
of the Military Miss.
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THREE WEEKS IN VERA CRUZ'
The three weeks. Left to right Capt. Weeks, Orderly Weeks, Lieut. Weeks
BY FRED L. BOALT.
Vera Cruz. "Three weeks in the
Cable Office" is not as,naughty as it
sounds.
Indeed, the Vera Cruz cable office
is conducted along lines of almost
Puritanical severity. Matter even re
motely resembling Eleanor Glyn's
would never, never get by the censor
here.
It merely happens that there are
Three Weeks in the cable office Cap
tain C. W. Weeks, 28th infantry;
chief censor; Lieut. W. S. Weeks, 4th
infantry, assistant censor, and Pri
vate George P. Weeks, 19th infantry,
orderly.
Captain Weeks, Lieutenant Weeks
and Orderly Weeks were total stran
gers until odd chance brought them J
together in the cable office the other
day.
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SAYINGS OF MR. MOUSE
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