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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 03, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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Sown. Most of it comes back as fast
as they pour it down. Sometimes the
tube is forced into the windpipe In
stead of into the stomach, and the
food is poured onto the lungs instead
of into the stomach.
"That is what happened to me in
Birmingham once, and I was in the
hospital and helpless several days.
"The nasal passage becomes much
inflamed and it is at times impossible
to force the tube through. Then the
other nostril is tried.
'if there is a tooth missing, a steel
instrument is used to force the jaws
apart, and a steel gag is screwed into
the mouth; then a somewhat larger
tube is forced down through the
mouth into the stomach."
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MAKES A YO SAN GOWN UNIQUE
mi
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kiffir
The pocket is no longer a conven
ience only; it is the chief teature of
many a charming frock. The cowl
pocket is jthe newest and oddest of
all. It hangs like an open pouch on
the side of the skirt at the end of an
elongated waist breadth.
Combined with af sleeve and made
of gorgeous rainbow disked shan
tung, it is the only decoration re
quired to convert a perfectly plain
Yo San gown into a unique creation.
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ICE
Ice is one of the cold, hard facts
of life that we are forever bumping
into and one of the few things in this
world what it's cracked up to be.
Ice is a paradox. It is used by cold
storage men to make it hot for the
public, and it would be a cold day
for them if they didn't have it.
Ice was invented by Divine Provi
dence to keep our rivers and lakes
from freezing to death. During the
summer it comes in chunks and goes
in a hurry. It is what housewives
and saloonkeepers depend on in
July and fall on in January.
Ice is found in the stare of box
office clerks and on the shoulders of
society leaders. Married women
stand on it in their bare feet just be
fore they go to bed. It is used by
Americans to cool their cocktails and
by polar bears to cool their own tails.
Ice rides around in big wagons and
has a good time, and when it gets
tireoV of life it melts and runs away.
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THE ELEVATOQ. BOY WHO
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