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management of the Auditorium
hotel for the placing of boxes for
relief contributions in downtown
hotels and cafes.. The charities
"will probably adopt the sugges
tion and display the boxes.
Health Commissioner Young
,today continued his crusade
against, the freezing temperature
;in many street cars. It was de
clared that in many of them only
a few degrees more heat was. reg
istered than that of the outside
air. ' Frequently complaints were
made .of cars careening by street
-corners and leaving patrons shiv
ering in the cold.
- A test of the o rdinance requir
ing the maintaining of a reason
able temperature in the cars will
be heard Saturda) when the suit
of the city against the Chicago
City Railway Co., and Chicago
Railways Co. comes up before
Municipal Judge Blake.
WOMAN GIVES OWN SEX A
New York, Jan, 11. "The
Talker," a new play by Marion
"Fairfax (Mrs. Tully Marshall)
has created a stir in New York.
It is a' severe indictment of
womankind New York women
especially. It charges that the
majority' of women do not marry
simply because they love a man,
but because they Avant to advance
their own selfish ends and insure
'themselves a life of ease and
"""The plot of The Talker,' is
not just a theory of my own it is
based on findings in actual life,"
s&vs Miss Fairfax in defense of
her yvork.", ""I. spent nearly two
years 'studying every phase con
nected with" 1.00 divofcd suits se
lected, at-randpm, and 'in practically-every
'instance found that
the selfishness of woman was the
"The majority of wives take no
ojiher interest -in their husbands'
affairs than to spend money and
keep on spending it. She seldom,
if ever, helps the man.'"
Fishery experts are puzzled to
know what's become of the mack
erel. Twenty-seven years ago
500,000 barrels'were caught'; last
year only 27,000. '
Tip for Spinsters Do your
leap year 'popping ,early.
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