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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 08, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 12',
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CHAMPION AND HIS MANAGER
AWAIT TRIAL BY GRAND JURY
Johnny Kilbane, featherweight
champion, and Jimmy Dunn, his
manager, are awaiting trial by the
grand jury of Cuyahoga county,
Ohio, on charge of assault and bat
tery preferred by Jack Garvey, for
mer sport writer, who is managing
Garvey says Dunn struck him with
his fist and that Kilbane kicked him.
He says Dunn and Kilbane were sore
because he took Yankee from them.
Dunn and Kilbane took Yankee from
him in the first place, Garvey claims.
MAH GOODNESS! LISTEN TO DIS
MAN DISH OUT IDEAS
Denver, Nov. 8. "Loud colors at
tract attention and that is why the
fair sex wear them in their stock
ings." Such was one of the utterances by
Frank Alvah Parsons, president of
New York School of Pine and Applied
Art, before the Colorado Teachers'
ass'n. Some others:
"The least decoration is the best
taste in clothes. When in doubt omit
"When a fat woman wears red she
commits a crime against herself."
"Your clothes should be a back
ground for your face and all back
grounds should be gray or sober."
"Clothes with intense color back
grounds" and mild touches are like
advertising signs and sometimes
serve the same purpose."
"Orange is the loudest and crudest
of all colors. The person who wears
orange clothes enjoys living under an
"Brown, on the other hand, is a
symphony a chord of all three car
dinal colors combined."
THIS THE HEIGHTH
My grandmother, who may be
classified as a "dear old lady,"
pulled this one at the breakfast table
this morning: "Poor me! I fell very
well, but I always feel bad when I
feel well, because I know that I am
going to feel worse afterward."
J. N. 0.
English girls becoming engaged to
soldiers make a special point of ac
quiring out-of-the-common engage
ment rings. These have been very
successfully and artistically made
from the bands of shells melted down
and inset with the prospective wear
er's favorite stone.