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cup of coffee. Alsdsays his wife
threw dislies, using him as tar
ge;. The Tribune seems to think
that because none but Greek
scholars can understand B. L.
Taylor's column or McCutcheon's
cartoons, that indicates all the
world should learn Greek.
Some people might think it in
dicates that the Tribune ought to
hire writers and ca'rtoonists who
Building Commissioner Erics
son has recommended passage of
ordinance prohibiting smoking in
theaters. Says- it adds to fire
Mrs. Joseph T. Bowen, Mrs.
Gertrude Howe Britton and Miss
Jane Addams conferred with
Mayo'r Harrison regarding pro
posed ordinance prohibiting child
vendors selling on the streets be
tween hours of 8 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Age limit for girls will be 18, and
for boys 14.
Michael McMahon asked Judge
Walker to send him to jail yester
day because he could find no
work. Judge turned him down,
saying Mike had committed no
crime. Court officials gave the
man some money.
Girl giving name of Rosie
Palma, 17, 630 W. Taylor street,
left year-old 'baby in care of Mrs.
D. Allevato, 548 Dekoven street,
and did not return for it. Child
taken to Maxwell street station
and police are hunting for girl.
There always come a time
when a fellow wants to take his
girl to see Romeo and Juliet.
She Too many men expect
their wives to run their homes on
practically nothing. They forget'
that no one can make bricks
He My wife does out of
IF HE MEANS IT
Why Don't He Say It.
NOH I AM HOT
(GOING TO' RUN'.!'.
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