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KITTY KELLY OF KALAMAZOO
The Annette Kellerman show was
barred from a Philadelphia play
house by the board of censors on ac
count of unconventional and insuffi
cient. Miss Kellerman's ideas ofper
sonal adornment are unique and ex
clusive. Daily Press.
Mostly exclusive,! des-say. How
ever, Miss Kellerman had nothing on
Kitty Kelly of Kalamazoo.
Kit Kelly, a modiste of Kalamazoo,
Made gowns that were stunning and
Her skirts very properly covered the
And thei height of her shoes left but
little to see
This madam of Mich, was a model of
From her little French heel to her
One morning the papers of Kalama
zoo Brought thrills to their readers while
shocking a few;
Kit Kelly announced, that she'd trot
through the own .
In her newest creation, a Kellerman
A model original, trifling as air,
'Twould scarcely encumber-a mer
maid to wear.
All the ladies of fashion turned out
,. with a will
In the joy of reducing their dress
maker's bill; ,..
And a Kellerman shape that sug
. Was a telling appeal to the men, you
So, you believe me, the coppers of
Were all on the job and had plenty
to do. J. A. M.
DO YOU KNOW
There's no friend like an old friend,
because, where will you find a new
friend who will stand by you as long
as an old friend?
WU A) NT
to ASK Mt
i urn. zjr
WHATS THAT .'.r )
"I wish I could rub a lamp like
Aladdin and have a palace."
"Well, our place will never be a
palace," responded her husband.
"Still, it would look a great deal bet
ter if you took a damp clotir-aai
rubbed it vigorously In spots.'