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will evejn place a lace frrH on the
inside to fall over their faces, and
shade the sparkle of their eyes.
There never was a hat made
that could be . more rakish or
coquettish than a Tam oShanter.
But under no condition can it be
dignified; therefore women over
The Tam reflects the mood of
every girl. who wears it and if it
becomes as popular as fashion
designers seem to think it will,
you wont have to look into your
sweetheart's eyes, young man, to
find out if she loves you. You
will only have to tip off the angle
at which she wears her Tam
About Tam o'Shanter.
Robert Burns tells us that his
doughty hero Tam o'Shanter.
wore a head covering which
Burns calls "his guid Blue Bon
net." It was the Scotch cotter's hat,
but the modern Tam o'Shanter
cap is always dented in peculiar
angles, for Tam had had "ream
ing swats, that drank divinely"
the night that he danced his
famous turn with the warlocks
and witches. It is in Bums' fa
mous Tam o'Shanter that the oft
quoted stanza appears:
But pleasures are like poppies
iYou sieze the flow'r, its bloom is
Or like the snow-fall in the river,
A moment white then melts
Sifted ashes can be utilized for
cleaning metals and steeU
CHARLES W. MILLER
Who Says Fitzpatrick and Nock
els Are Menaces to Society.
GOVERNMENT GETS CURE
Berlin, Jan. 23. Dr. Frederich
Friedman will today submit to
government experts for tests
some of his newly discovered cul
ture for curing tuberculosis.
This action, of Dr. Friedman
was - hastened when it became
known that other physicians had
secured what purported to be cul
tures for his cure of tuberculosis,
and the doctor was in danger of
Hosing credit for the discovery.
Showers, turning to snow flur
ries, late today for Chicago and
vicinity; generally fair tonight
and Friday; cooler tonight, with
lowest temperature about 15
degrees above zero; brisk north
west winds, becoming fight and
variable by Friday morning,