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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 19, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 14',
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i way to become physically beautiful,
she believed she had the right to do
The officers said, after closely
questioning her, tha.t they did not
believe she had been a wilful party to
any wrongdoing, if any had been
Valpey denies any guilt, asserting
the pictures were merely made for
artistic purposes. Copies of them
are in the hands of the officers. His
arrest was brought about through
the agency of Miss Leona Eames,
who went to the "posing farm" at the
direction of Miss Copping on the un
derstanding that she was to be "tried
out" and photographed
The "posing retreat" is about a
mile from the car line, in a secluded,
woody spot near the ranch bunga
low. Miss Eames became suspicious,
went directly to the Federal author
ities and explained the whole matter
so far as she knew it She was then
referred to a policewoman, who read
ily agreed to accompany her, and the
two applied for posing jobs at the
If peaches lack flavor, crack a few
of the stones and add the kernels to
the sirup while the fruit is cooking.
Do not put the kernels in cans when
sealing, simply boil in the sirup.
Peaches may be easily peeled if
dipped into scalding water for a min
ute and then plunged into cold wa
ter. The skins will slip off readily.
SUGGESTIONS FOR FITTING OUT
LADY'S LEATHER PURSE
69 trading stamps.
2. spools thread.
1 recipe for buns.
1 recipe for salad.
1 newspaper clipping describing
Why don't you kiss your wife each
morning when you go to work!
Perhaps she does look frazzled and
her face might scare a Turk.
But remember, man, she is the girl
you took for good or bad.
And you're not such a wonder when
you show your mug, be-dad!
When wife is wan and tired, wise
hubby looks her o'er
And muses, "Gosh, she's getting old,
and looking pretty po're."
And then he spies the beauty young,
a-walking on the street
He thinks she is the real kid-do and
tries with her to meet.
Remember, man, Old Father Time
has lined up your face, too.
And if you'd use a looking glass you
probably will view
A dried-up, grouch-appearing fizz,
red nose and bleary eye.
So when you leave the house for
work just kiss the wife good-bye.
E. "W. Jorgenson, in Portland
COOL FROCKS, BRIGHT COLORS FOR LITTLE
LASSIES WHO GO TO SCHOOL
For the very little lass of six or
seven, wash dress, light of weight,
cool and clean, for" the first days of
Percale or chambray in dull blues,
pink or a pretty shade of yellow,
or some of the pretty plaid ginghams
would make up effectively in this lit
tle slip, with its smocked yoke and
The smocking is done in black and
the stitching at the front is also in
black. If the hair is worn in curls
and not all little girls are "bobbed"
a band of soft hair ribbon match the
dress in color will be a joy to the lit
tle lassie returning to school.