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head Jo theory tips of toes, in thj
very latest models.
Miss Nina Byant, leading lady at
a Seattle theater, posed fpr, thee pic-'
There's the miniature hat, the lat
est mbdeL And theBalkan dress, full
in he waist, and clinging tightly
from the ankles down. There are the
new-style "halMinger" gloves. See
the low shoes, the very latest in
Yes, and ihere you see the filmy,
peek-a-boo, "hot weather" fairy
stockings the very latest word in
Miss Bryant is perfectly sure the
Balkan dressis perfectly gorgeous.
And the slippers are perfect dreams.
And she's just perfectly in love with
And, as to the ethereal gossamer
hosiery well, Miss Bryant can't
kick. The Balkan dress don't let her.
Fapt is, the dresses make it abso
lutely necessary, so anyone who has
wooed the feminine sartorial 'muse
will tell ypu, to have those perfectly
dear open work, cobwebby lace hos
iery. 3ave you seen milady with one of
those tight split skirts get on a car?
Well, the higher the step the more
hosiery comes to view. And, if she
must show hose, why it might as
well be something smart, you see.
GIRLS ORGANIZE IN SUFFRAGE
The latest thing- in organization
movement is working girls' suffrage.
This was planned out and started
last January and has been quietly
growing ever since.
On Friday, May 23, -a mass meet
ing will be held at Bowen Hall, Hull
House, under the auspices of The
Toung Wohen's Suffrage Alliance.
Miss Mary McDowell will speak and
there will be songs by Mrs. Josephine
Conger-Kaneko and Mrs. Marjorie
Porr. Admission free.
The meeting will open at 8 o'clock.
Everybody Is Invited.
ALL RIGHT LET'S INVESTIGATE
Attorneys for Lewis Binaker, Re
publican candidate for state's attor
neyastyear, charge that: -,,
Over 5.0Q0 ballots cast by Chicago
voters have disappeared;
In over 12 precincts straight party
tickets were fraudulently scratched.,
for Hoyne; j ,
In at least 359 precincts ballots.
that were voted are now missing;"' v
In 160 precincts more ballot .were
counted than there were voters;
Over 100 voting machines show
broken ueals or were improperly., ,
Evidence of fraud has been de-
stroyed since its discovery and some
precinct officials have been spirited "
out of townto conceal their testi
mony. jy ,
State's Attorney Hoyne says tfiese '
charges are all bunk. g
All right. It isn't necessary to"
take either Hoyne's word or that of
Rinaker'p attorneys. Judge Coopera
instructed the present grand jury to
Investigate the charges of fraud.
Nothing has been done. Hoyne will
keep the jury busy investigating his(L
"crime trust." Very well why not
get a special grand jury and a special
If the charges are all bunk, thereSul
nothing for Hpyne to be afraid pf. 02
So let's investigate and get at the d
GONE, GONE, GONE. i
Johnny has a run-a-bout.
'Twas filled with gasoline.
It ran into a brew'ry truck
And has not sinde benzine,