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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 03, 1912, Image 11

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2ion City Messiah is going to be
the kicking out of Wilbur Glenn
Being connected with the Dr.
Hyde trial at Kansas City and
going" hunting in1 Michigan ap
pear to be equally dangerous. '
, Take pity on the, ' poverty
s'tricken department stores and
doyour Christmas shopping early
and often.
John D. Rockefeller is-said. to
have bought an EsiateinEngland.
Do, we dare -hoperwe are 'going to
lose "him?
A solemn wire report relieves
our mind by lettingTis know that
Helen Tats royalTtalian poodle
dog is recovering frprti an attack
ofrdis'tempen, - "- r
, Q O -
: "Oner of the 'beauties that men
love most irt a woman," writes
Billie Burke., "is beautiful hair."
This is -the mistaken notion of
more .women than Billie Burke,
for the declaration is-altogether
too sweeping. Undoubtedly, men
do greatly admire, a woman's
beautiful hair, but he must know
that it is her hair and; in these
times, there's no' knowing that
until after the wedding, ' some
times weeks afterward.
The saying that "Woman's
crowning glory is herhair"'Was
all right when originally sprung
on society, and it still possesses
elements of truth whenthe -pos--sessive
pronoun "her" is literally
translated, so to speak, but the
man of today has heard of rrats,"
cpjls, switches, Janes, puffs.,
braids, etc;; etc., etc, and he J
doesn't scatter his love of hair
around regardless of promiscues
ity. He is quite inclined to say
that if she grew, 'cultivated, f er
tilizedand dressed what she has
on hef scalp, she'sa-lbve, but that
the chances are that-she elongated
and tie,d into a lovely Nbowknot
somc'male relatives legun order
to fatten .the purse-of,s&me hair
store proprietor.' ?
Oh.! . Bfllie, i - -we- "could only
know;! If we cbuld,ofcly knowl
Oceansrx)f .our Jove:lie smothered
and 'rushed by -what we don't
Miss Genevieve Clark, daugh
ter of the speaker of the House, a
populat Washington girl who
aspires to?be a newspaper woman
and is busy learning how under
the direction of a woman-reporter
in the capital city.

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