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OF INTEREST TO THE GENTLER SEX
HEY! WHO NEEDS A LID?
Imported straw hats for women
will be auctioned off at a sale of arti
cles on which importers failed to pay
duty at the stores of the appraiser
of the collector of customs, Fifth av.
and Harrison, Thursday. The ap
praiser is prepared to handle a bar
gain day rush of women who want to
buy spring bonnets.
SOME CLOTHES SHOW WOMEN
UP RIGHT NOW
Cheese it! Your clothes may tell
on you.' The Fashion Arts league,
which holds its sixth annual conven
tion at the Auditorium hotel the
week of March 12, declares that
there is a silent but eloquent lan
guage in women's clothes that the
American woman has not mastered.
"The American woman is the most
beautiful in the world," says Mme.
Marguerite, member of the club, "but
she does not even know how to make
her clothes talk to express her per
sonality and even her moods, as the
French woman does."
'Twould be great stuff if wifie's
dress would speak right up to hubby
and say: "I'm worn out I need replacing."
PACIFISTS OUST MRS. CATT
New York, March 7. Mrs. Carrie
Chapman Catt, president of National
Suffrage party, was ousted from
honorary vice chairmanship of the
Women's Peace party tonight be
cause she offered Pres. Wilson serv
ices of suffragists of country in case
of war. .
EVANSTON WOMEN ON THE JOB
Women of North End Mothers'
club of Evanston yesterday declared
themselves ready to ''support a wom
an candidate for alderman or alder
woman of the 6k wanj, No wom
an has yet announced her candidacy,
but members of the club explained
their action was not to be taken as
an attack on Hiram McCullough,
who is known as North End Improve
ment ass'n candidate. 9'
JUDGE BLAMES YOU, FOLKS
Judge Mary Bartelme, in an ad
dress before, the Univ. of Chicago,
blamed parents for the errors of girls.
Here are the causes as she gives
Indulgent parents, who believe
their daughters can do no wrong.
Indifferent parents, who don't
Greedy parents, who take all their
children earn and allow them no
Ignorant parents, whom the girl
Ignorance in sex matters.
Improper or inadequate living
Dances where liquor is sold.
The mqyies came in for special
censure.. "They influence more than
10 per cent of the girls who go
wrong," Judge Bartelme said. "They
get tne notion they can become r
movie queens. In a few weeks they
learn they cannot, and, realizing
what they have gone through, try to
take their own lives."
500 GET FIRST PAPERS
' The first doors of American citi
zenship were entered yesterday by
500 Chicagoans of foreign birth or
parentage. . Of these aliens, 300 were
under direction of Polish National
Alliance and balance under auspices,
of immigration dept, of y. M. t A