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tics and exploitation of the people's
rights, by carrying on a good educa
tional campaign and raising the So
calist vote toward a future success,
is worth while and is not 'throwing
away a vote,' even If -a-Socialist can
didate cannot be elected at this
SHIRT BOSOM BUT IT ISN'T
Notice the "shirt bosom," stiff and
prim as if it belonged to "brother's"
evening suit instead of to a charm
ingly girlish frock of lustrous black
satin which "sister" will wear to
The "shirt bosom" is one of many
odd conceits that have come this
spring from the studio of Mme. Mar
guerite of the Fashion Art League of
America, a designer whose models
find great favor with young women
Of the stage. The "shirt bosom" and
the deep-rolling cuffs are made of
finely plaited white satin.
31ST WARD GIRLS IN OVERALLS
TO CLEAN STREETS
April 1 take a cw and transfer to
63d and Halsted. The sight may
The young women of the 31st
ward, tired of the slop and rubbish
with which the men have permitted
some streets and most of the alleys
to be beset, are going to put on over
alls and do the cleaning up them
selves. Miss Fanny Fale, 6420 Laflin st.,.
leading the movement, says enough
women have volunteered for work to
ensure the vanquishment of the tons
of alley rubbish.
"I don't think the men will cotne
out to peek at the overalled girls,"
said Miss Fale. "I think they're too
tired to do even that"
DOUBLE INQUIRY PROBABLE IN
. TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL
With Dr. Sachs and his friends
charging politics and Mayor Thomp
son charging extravagance, two in
vestigations into the affairs of the
municipal tuberculosis sanitarium
Aid. Nancet chairman of the health
committee, is going to ask the city
council to instruct his committee to
investigate, and Mayr Thompson
has ordered the civil, service com'n
to conduct an inquiry.
Dr. Frank Bfllings, who refused the
mayor's offer to appoint him on the
advisory committee of the sanita
rium, proposes an investigation by
the public into that institution.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
March 23, 1765. Eieut Fraser of
the British army left Ft Pitt to carry
some letters to the French com
mandant at Ft de Chartres in Illinois
and to publish a proclamation to the
settlers in the hope of reconciling
them to the change from French to
British dominatic .