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DON'T FORGET THE "NEWSIES"
The 'extra" event of the year for
the newsboys will, be their 3d annual
reception and ball, to be held Sunday
afternoon, Feb. 14, at West Chicago
chjb, 121 Throop.
Here the members of the News
bdyi' Protective union, Local 14,567,
will rest their voices for a while' and
let their feet do the work on the lat
est dances until the late hourss
Many prominent guests, have been
invited to the balL
The original newsboys'orchestra
will provide music for the dancers.
"Gee, Uncle Dave, I'd hate to . be
"'Cause you must -suffer awful r
when you get stomach eke.-" " . ''
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