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anybody who wants the gift of a
rooster?" , J J
"I guess old Moses might ;talje
him," answered the other, chewing
his straw. - - '-;
BUSTLES ARE DOMING BACK.
By Maybelle Mortimer. .
Are you going to wear -bustle
this spring? . .
While Vou can't say" that "Every
body's doing it" now, I think they
will be before the fall of 1914.
You will see by comparing the bus
tle of 1914 with that of 1882 it is a
vastly different thing from that our
Personally I think the new bustle
rather graceful, particularly when
carried out in thin material.
With the bustle will also come el
bow sleeves with the frills on the bot
toms of them and elaborate hair
We will again look as though we
were stuffed pincushions on dressing
The straight silhouette is "on its
Enter the buxom beauty in a taf
feta gown made with plenty of goods
to support the bustle.
IT'S A FINE PROPOSITION FOR
DANVILLE BUT THE WOMEN?
Danville; III., Jan. 22. This city is
quite proud of its method of dealing
with the inmates of disorderly
houses, which closely approaches
that of the clergyman who said "such
women should be driven into the
Danville forces them to leave town
or spend six months in jail, and as
an additional persuader in the "exit
line" the women are kept in jail ten
i days just to give them a taste of
prison treatment and released after
J that, if they promise to leave and not
. to return.
They are arrested on a charge of
vagrancy and it is only necessary to
show they have no visible means of
support and spend their time in the
houses known to come under the
Since it will be necessary for these
women to go somewhere Chicago will
probably receive a large portion of
Reginald (anxiously) If we had
never met would you have, loved me
as much dear? Myrtle (fervently)
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