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jeoi bidden Fruit." i -
-Chicago Federation of Labor
yesterday adopted resdltition re
questing Mayor Harrison to ap
point an expert to gather data on
he cost of garbage reduction in
ojther cities. It was declared that
present expense in Chicago is
f William" T. Hamilton, 646 W.
J5th street, -was fined $50 and
costs in Maxwell street court for
mistreating his mother, who is
0 years old.
-, We do-not favor the recoil of
Arguments Were begun in the
packers' trial this morning. As
sistant District Attorney Sheean
opened for the government. The
case ls.expected to go to the jury
the latter part of thVweek.
- All but two of the striking en
amele'rs at the plant of the L.
Wolff Manufacturing Co. have
been put back to work, and these
two men will be given positions
this. week. .The eiiamelers claim a
--Willie Randoluff Hearst ran bis
own picture in his, so to speakj
t Full of mystic- charm, -and
thoughtfulness, and abstraction
from all the common, eveiyday
affairs of lifej that picture of Wil
- Perhaps Willie acquired this
look by always, holding his hand,
out behind him, and pretending
not to ktlow what was happening
wnen some one slipped him the
, -Ob, for advertising, we mean,
df course ! How could uu think
otherwise, ' Amanda 1
'"Children born In the first half
of the year are larger than thpse
born in the second." poc Ev
ans, in the"Trib., quoting from
We shall now be careful al
ways to have otir children born in
the first half of the year.-"
Seeing that March came in the
wayit did, we hope that yester
day and today's weather is a sign
that it has-decenf, God-fearing in
tentions Of going out like a little,
Wooly peaceable lamb. '
Springing Irom island to island
through the- rivers of Chicago to
get to the office this morning, we
noted that spring has, sprung
itself on us before the city lias
taken thought tb spring open a
Chicago milliners say we soon
shall have the "headlight hat"
for women. Will have incandes
cent globe in it, which will be
turned on by switch and will light
the wearer's way home.
Hubby will have some come
back when wifey accuses him' of
coming home "all lit up."
I)r. McFatrich, president of
schdol board says we should be
proud if our eyes become weak
and near-sighted, because "it is a
sign of our higher civilization ;
primitive people never suffer that
If we were huntmg for a brand
of civilization not -to be proud ofj
w,e'd, probably fix on one that put
tout eyes on tfie blink.