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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 20, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15',
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WOMEN'S TRADES UNION LEAGUE GIVES
HALLOWE'EN BALL TOMORROW NIGHT
- Come to the dance I
Come one and all
(f J& Mk To the League's Tenth An
nual Hallowe en Ball!
On Saturday evening,
At Masonic Temple Drill
You must join in the Fun
On the seventeenth floor, at
Randolph and State,
The witches will dance 'til
very, very late.
The Masonic Temple drill hall,
Randolph and State, Saturday night
will be converted into a veritable
"witchland when the members and
friends of the Women's Trade Union
league gather for their annual Hal
A Bohemian folk dance in costume
MODERN NURSERY RHYME
Sing a song of six pence,
Hip pocket full of rye,
And in a little while hence
He'll have a beautiful pie.
Getting ahead of a rabbit isn't
by members of the Bohemian club of
Gads HH- Center will be one of the
features of the evening.
The attractive invitation sent out
bids all a merry welcome.
Miss Agnes Nestor, president of
the league, will be assisted by her
fellow workers in receiving the
Once upon" a time there was a
moving picture that ended without a
rfadeaway showing the hero and the
sweet young thing mushing.
No matter how rich a fellow is, he
will borrow a match once in a while.