bor movement in the issuance ''of the
so-called Hearst Labor Edition; and
"Resolved, That a copy of these
. resolutions be forwarded to the Chi
cago Federation of Labor,' The 'Bay
Book and the Chicago Dally Wess.
"S. Blurt, President.
"John Werlik, Recording Sec'y."
GTVETH TANGOER THE
"TANGO TOE?" DOCS SAY YES-GIRL SAYS NO
New York, Aug. 13 Whom is one
to believe, Virginia Norden-'or the
The latter, in convention here,
have declared that women who in-:
dulge in society's latest dance are
letting themselves in for a painful
affliction known as "tango toe,"
which is alleged to develop aftr a
few months of tangoing and to cause
the unhappy tangoer much torment
Miss Norden, who made her
Broadway debut in "The Poor Little
Rich Girl" last winter and who is
to have a "lead" in a new production
this season, is a tango fiend. She ad
mits it, and she's proud of it And
she saya.thte 'Hangd toe"-stuff is all
-"Those corn doctors sire Just try
ing to invent another fashionable
disease," she declares. "I tango
everyday of mv life. I tnnen in hirh.
heeled shoes and in tennis slippers,
and I have yet to feel a pain to my
feet. For One thlncr. I tair mra nt
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