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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 17, 1912, Image 16

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Above you may observe the
likeness of the Hon. Arthur
The Hon. Artie 'Used to spend
all his time out afrthe stockyards,
increasing- the high cost of living
and giving an excellent example
of the cost of high living.
. But of late Artie has buffered
from an idea. This idea is that he
ought to reform the morals of
Chicago's "400."
Artie has not been doing this
long. There; is no report of his
attempting suicide up to date.
The "400" is the other name for
the gang that can dance the can
can in the Blackstone and get
flowers for it, while other boobs
who try to dance it in a public 5
cent dance hall get pinched.
Just in case you do not get the
full force of this, castyour eyes
on the next photograph. This is
of the Misses Virginia Fissinger
and Roschen T. Baker.
The Misses Fissinger and Bak
er are of the elite whatever that
is of Chicago sassiety as any-,
one can see from the amount of
clothes they wear.
When this picture of them was
snapped, fhe ladies were dancing
the Eurythmy, which is the latest
fad of high society.
The chief feature of the Eu
rythmy is that you dance it in

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