One lady illustrator, wearing one
of last summer's silhouette gowns,
upon learning she would illustrate
herself if she appeared between, the
spotlights and the curtain, sat; down
in a -corner and not even the moving
picture of "Inbad the Sailor" could
9 YOU KNOW 'EM
I most abhor
Is he who fights
Old Europe's war.
; The one whose goat
We'd like to get
I Is he who asks:
"You fell off yet?"
The one that really
Makes me grieve
Is he you says:
"I got you, Steve!"
Detroit Free Press.
And one whose corpse
I'd like to view
Is he who calls me:
"Hey, there, you!"
We'd like to draw
The hangman's noose
On him who wears
Those gray-topped shoose
WASN'T CALLING HER DEAR
Desirous of buying a camera, a
certain fair young woman inspected
the stock of a local shopkeeper.
g "Is this a good one?' she asked, as
$0 she picked up a dainty little machine.
"What is it called?"
"That's the Belvedere," said the
handsome young shopman politely.
There was a chilly silence. Then
the young woman drew herself coldly
erect, fixed him with an icy stare,
and asked again:
"Er and can you recommend the
BOER LEADS THE BRITISH IN
" KASWSSW S
GEN. w. C.SMUT3
He has been named commander of
the British troops operating in Ger
man East Africa. He formerly was a
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INDIAN PRINCESS IS 'ACTIVE"
LOBBYIST IN CAPITAL
'ill... i ..ill'
MRS. O. J.XELLOGP
"Egahtahyen" is her name in Cher
okee; it means "Dawn." She's an
Oneida, and is in Washington fight
ing for a bill to give the Indians pro
tected autonomous government. The
"Dawn" name was bestowed on her
for the new. life which the red men
believe she-will-aid in-bringms them.
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