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DIDN'T KNOW J WAS A
pOET, DID YUH 1-E5 ?
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BABY SUSIE FOUND
SOME COAL, SHE.
NltBUD IT WITH
MY WORD !
'TILL PAPA SAID.HSUSIE.
PAV CONTROL YOUR.
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ANOTHER UNKIND BLOW FROM
St. Louis, Mo., March 18. Does
your wife select your Clothes, huh?
Of course, we knew you'd say "No."
But she should. Because you don't
know what matches your complexion
and build. A committee of the na
tional tailors' ass'n said so here. The
committee admitted that next to the
wife the tailor was the only person
who knew "just what you needed,
even though you didn't want it
Men's poor selection is not con
fined to suits. If you want that
Heavenly pink silk shirt yau'd bet
ter consult Mrs. Wife. It might not
"zo" well with your yellow cane.
GERMANY GOES THROUGH FIRST
Berlin, March 18. Berlin's first
cakeless week started with little com
plaining and with veteran consumers
generally swallowinp their fate good
naturedly. Most hotels, tea rooms
and restaurants have blossomed out
with war tarts composed of strange
mixture of rice flour, corn meal and
other ingredients heretofore not
found in cake. War cake may be
come a permanent institution.
Leslie Marcy, of the International
Socialist Review, will lecture, "Mexi
can Intervention," Open Forum, L W.
W. hall, 938 "W. Madison, 8 p. m.. Sua