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asked us if the mutes are the ones
who make dum-dum. bullets.
The difference between a loan
shark and a regular shark is that the
regular bites your leg off and the
loan just pulls it good and hard
One of the best ways.to avoid the
traffic in the loop is to shop in your
What do Thanksgiving and Christ
mas mean to the warring nations?
Wonder if Jakey Loeb is enjoying
his unpopularity? Or maybe he
thinks he's a hit.
Is is a case of "where ignorance
is bliss" (and you're hanging on to
your job), it is folly to be wise to the
fact that a good many folks want you
to step out and let somebody else in?
Whenever you've got the blues
just whistle "Everybody Smile With
Me" or "You're a Good Old World
RUSSIAN MIDDIE IS NEW BLOUSE
. By Betty Brown
The middie blouse is taking on fine
airs. Behold this one in pale .yellow
pussy willow taffeta gorgeously em
broidered inblue, green and gold.
The fluffy cuffs are eGorgette crepe
in pale blue. The belt is faced with
Of course, this lovely garment is
not officially known as a '"middie"
blouse. It has been renamed a Rus-1
sian blouse. It is a Fashion Art
League of America design, by the
way, which means it has class in the
YOUNG GIRLS' STORIES MAY
HIT SALOONS AND HOTELS
Two 15-year-old girls were saved
last night by Policemen McNurney
and Brown just as two men were try
ing to, make them enter the St Nich-.
olas hotel, Harrison and Fifth av. At
the South Clark street station they
told stories which may result in an
investigation of several saloons and
hotels. The men arrested with them
gave the names of Thomas Millard,
7110 Cottage Grove av., and Charles
Boiler, 12 W. Grand av., a chauffeur
for the Atlas Taxi Co. The girls
were Olive Hanson, 3106 W. North
av., and Irene Brown, 1610 N. Troy.
The girls said that the men took
them around to several saloons and
had them drink. The saloons men
tion by the girls were the Elite cafe,
31st and State, and Tommy Thomas'
The Hanson girl also involved John
Flanriagan, an usher at the La Salle
street station. She said she visited
a hotel at Superior and State streets
DEATH OF GIRL MAY NOT STOP
PROSECUTION OF MAN
Death tf Katherine Beatty, 17-
year-old victim of Chicago night life,
who accused John Cochrane of
bringing her from her home in Mq-
berly, Mo., and placing her on the
streets, may not after all be the
means of Cochrane escaping from
the law. It was thought at first that
Cochrane could not be prosecuted
because of the girls death. Now.
Dis't Att'y Clyne says he will prob-,
ably present the girl's statement to
the federal grand jury and ask for
the indictment of Cochrane under
the Mann act
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Springfield, III. Time in which III.
national guard may take oath of
army allegiance extended to Dec. 31,