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that is the game she sets out to play.
"We just keep on shaving at 15
cents per and gathering in a few tips
on the side, glad enough when we
make $3 a day, and all the time
watching our step, for in the barber
business you meet a lot of fresh per
sons they say there's a freshie born
every minute, and I guess the wom
en barbers don't miss any of them. -
"Next to getting a 50-cent tip,
nothing gives me a good laugh like
taking the concert out of a Romeo
that comes in here from the tall
And so it .has come to pass the
woman barber who was 'the butter
fly of the half world is no more.
In the jungles of Van Buren street
you may dtlll find survivors of the
gay sisterhood; way out in the stock
yards zone cattlemen and country
lads seek the red plush chair of the
woman barber, believing it to be the
way station to gayer,, giddier places
along luridly lighted highways in
wicked old Chi.
There are- at least 25 J'barbaret"
shops in Chicago; two of these are
managed toy women, Mrs. Prances
Addelmann is hostess of an eight
chair shop on Dearborn street, Mrs.
Minnie Mullen manages a 10-chair
shop on Adams street Both women
are members of the Boss Barbers'
By Gus McCohn
The wife went out and bought Some
They cost her $87.50,
I mean me
Note Poet's license No. 41144.
MODERN NURSERY RHYMES
Bye, baby bunting,
Daddy's, gone a hunting.
If he isn't mistaken for a deer,
He'll come back here'.
WANTED All-round, married
troublema'n and lineman. Adv.
WINTER SUrr OF SOFT LAMB
This Callot suit is of soft lamb's
wool fabric with wide bands of white
Lapin adding to its attractiveness.
The turban is of silk plush with par