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FAMOUS DANCER SEEKS AMERICAN KIDDIES
FOR "BEAUTY CULT" CLASS
New York. American kiddies
watch out! Isadora Duncan will
catch you if you don't. And she'll
make a Greek dancer of you and
teach you Greek ideals of life and art
and perhaps she'll make you go bare
foot all the time.
Miss Duncan, exponent of classic
ideals and worshiper of beauty, has
AMERICAN WOOLEN MILLS GET
MANY WAR ORDERS
Lacrosse, Wis., Nov. 28. Woolen
mills in this vicinity are literally
swamped with orders from belliger
ent European countries.
The Western Spinning Mille, Ona
laska, is working on an order for
125,000 balls of woolen yarn, which
will be knit into 60,000 dozen pairs
of socks at Rockford, 111., and Ap
pleton, Wis., for French and English
come to America to seek American'
children to add to her school in
France. She wants children between
six and nine years old and she will
take care of them until they are 21.
As Miss Duncan looks upon money
as the root of all the ugliness in the
world she accepts no tuition from hex;
The Ohalaska Woolen Manufac
turing Co. has an order for 9,000
dozen pairs of woolen socks. The
Lacrosse Knitting Works has ac
cepted a number of orders of 5,000
and 6,000 pieces.
The censor is a wonder bird,
No matter of what nation;
He writes a lot and yet, my word, -He
gives no information.
New York Mail.
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