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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 29, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 9

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MINNESOTA GIRL WHO SKATED rEMMA M'CHESNEY OF REAL LIFE
FOR CZAR BACK IN U. S. IS FLAT ON BACK
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1FANNIE DAVIDSON
She learned to skate on the ponds
and rivers in Minnesota, and she
learned to do tricks on skates so well
that the czar of Russia heard about
her and for many years she gave ex
hibitions for the royal family at the
great rink in Petrograd. But this
winter the czar isn't attending royal
rinks, so Fanny Davidson stayed at
home and just now she is showing
New York what marvelous things a
light-footed girl can do with a pair
of skates.
NO NAMES MENTIONED, BUT YOU
CAN DRAW OWN CONCLUSIONS
We omit giving the names of the
parties who ran their horse into a
telegraph pole on Fifth street the
other night and severely injured the
horse. We don't know who they
were, but from all reports the man
should have been home with his wife
and the woman should have been
ome with her husband. Corbin,
,fKj., Times, ,
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- NELLIE ILKVmJLi
St Louis, Mo. For the first time
in her life jolly "Nellie Revell," an
Emma McChesney of real life, and
known as the "Big Sister of Vaude
ville," has been flat on" her back.
, Miss Revell is director of publicity
of the Orpheum circuit of theaters.
-She can throw a few things in a suit
case and jump from New York to
Seattle and think nothing of it
But when the appendicitis gripped
jolly Nell
"I just kept going until I reached
.St Louis," said Miss Revell, propped
up' among her pillows at the Jeffer
son hotel, arrayed in a becoming
pink negligee. "I had such comfy
memories of the place and decided
if I was gojng to.be sick I'd wait un
til I could get some southern hospi
tality along with it"
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PUZZLE: HOW MANY 4HOURS IN
A DAY ON THE BATTLE LINE?
Last Thursday and Friday the Ger
man positions were .battered con
tinuously for 50 hours. Yorkshire,
England, Evening Post
When a fellow butts his head
against a storie wall, there's no ques
tion as-to who's the goat r
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