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other women, other men, all human
ity? I think not, for I still subscribe
to Galsworthy. We are yet only mal
(To Be Continued.)
UNCOMMON COAT FOR CHILD
By Betty Brown
Mothers with an eye for design will
immediately appreciate "the novel
lines of this quaint little checker
First, they will note the fit of the
top and the extremely long shoulder,
then the way in which the plaits of
the skirt are interlaced by the broad
belt. The point back and front is also
The materials used in this garment
are lightweight cloth, and white
pongee for collars, cuffs and belt
, 181 members of Onwenstsia, club
want Sunday golf; 101 don't Argu
ments still on.
CITY PAVING JOBS QUIZZED
Cap. Coffin, civil service head, says
three men he has named will probe
to the bottom of charges that pav
ing jobs were "skimped." J. L. Allen
of Fulton Asphalt Co.; J. A. Ross,
concrete contractor, and Ass't City
Att'y J. J. Sullivan will do the prob
ing and render a decision. Pres.
Mike Faherty of local improvements
board has filed charges against eight
paving inspectors accused of being
stone blind while skimping went on.
Prof. Ira 0. Baker of Univ. of Illinois
in report to the finance committee
brought the original charges of
skimping. They were backed up with
a mass of detailed facts. Anybody
who wants to know more about pav
ing will do wen to go and get an ear
ful at the projected skimp hearings.
I. B. W. A. ASKS FOR PROTEST TO
KEEP U. S. OUT OF WAR
The following wire was received
from Inter. Brotherhood Welfare
Washington, D. C, Chicago Day
Book: This advises that atmosphere
of bankers, munition makers, has
enveloped minds of senate and house
so1 they are heading ship of state for
rocks, paying little attention to bills
asking referendum be taken before
war is declared. We suggest imme
diate action, petitions, protests, to
keep out of war. International
Brotherhood Welfare Ass'n, "Peace
Committee, James Eads How, Chas.
Kruse, M. C. Walsh.
NEW THEATER SITE IN LOOP
LEASED FROM FIELD ESTATE
The Marshall Field estate, fast be
coming Chicago's loop landlord,
leased a site at State and Lake sts.
yesterday to the owners of the Pal
ace and Majestic theaters.
A big vaudeville house to seat 3,000
will be erected. Annual rent will in-
crease from $S5,000 the first year to
$120,000 on the 51st year and tka
lease runs 90 years.