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Duffy of Highland park", wealthy
brother and sister of the girl have
cared for her. Her sister, Ther
esa and Hattieof Chicago and
Agnes of Kenosha, and a' brother
constitute the other faction of the
"What is the Turkey Trot
dance?" inquiries "A Girl Read
er." Haven't seen it, girlie, but
understand that it is another
dance that's so indecent for dance,
halls that it has to ,be confined to
high N. Y. society.
MR. GROCER: HERE'S A GOOD SIGN TO
(Buy Not Unless You Live Up To It.) ,
CONTAINS MO ARTIFICIAL COLOR.,
NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVORING ETHERS,
AND NO SOAPSTONE.
ALSO IT CONTAIN5 NO RADIATOR
LACQUER, NO GUM'BENZOIN . MO GLUE,
NO PARAFFIN, NO IRON OXIDES.
AND NO SUBSTITUTE FOR PURE
Candy is a good money-maker in many grocery stores. But no
grocer would knowingly help send his customers' children to the
doctor, so The Day Book suggests this sign. It's cheaper to use
glucose than sugar in candy, for it is many times sweeter and costs
far less. BUT glucose is practically dead weight in the stomach,'
while sugar digests easily and is a fine food for the body.
Delicate flavors and pretty colors in candy are an abomination
when produced by drugs artificially. Lots of candy is flavored and
colored that way. x '
But you might better punch a child in the stomach with your
fist than hand it candy like that.
"What are the three greatest
calamities thatv can befall in a
lifetime?" is a question they're
trying to whet their brains on
Pittsburgh girl in Berlin his
sprained her shoulders dancing
with a prince. Dad will now
sprain his whole arm writing