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Detroit Is another city where the
flirt is well regulated. In 'fact, all the
cities of Ohio, Michigan and Ken
tucky are well policed and the flirt
works with difficulty in those states.
In eastern Canada the same condi
tion prevails, especially in the city of
THE BACKLESS GOWN"
The "backless gown," real new, is
attracting a lot of attention in the
fashion world. The skirt is of white
tulle, threaded with silver. There is
a draped girdle of orchid colored
satin, beaded with sequins. The sus-
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
August 12, 1819. Gen. Wm. Hen
ry Harrison held a conference at
Vincennes with Tecumseh, the fam
ous Indian chief. Instead of making
peace, the latter became so enraged
that he stirred up most of the In
dians of the old northwest to make
war on the whites,
penders are of sequins and semi-precious
stones. The bodice, well there
is so little of it, why mention it at
all. The gown is shown here worn
by Dorothy Bently, pretty manni--quin.
"Let me see," said Air. Stingicuss.
"How long is it since we became en
gaged?" "Just six months," replied his
fiancee promptly. "I know, because
it's just that long since I had any
flowers, candy or theater tickets."
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