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mittee of city council had pigeon
holed ordinance to repeal the or
dinance under which MayorHar
rison is depriving .union news
boys of their rights. '.
Patrick J. McHugh,'- Irish
statesman, once follower of ,Par-
.nell, will address tiiited Celtic
Societies of 'Chicag6 at .their an-
, .. o-
nual reuniqn at Brand's park,
City Cquncil meets at 2:30
o'clock for- itsUast meeting before
vacation. Session- probably will
las,t long jnto,nigh't.
Council's biggest fight will be
over 'milk' regiilatipn ordinance,
fathered by Aid. Nance.
DROWSY CHAPERONE AND LIGHT-WEIGHT' LOVERS.
I. . II.
NOT LIKE U.S.
The Chinese point, of view of
maritime disasters, is peculiar.
The duty of a Chinese .sailof is
well defined. He must save the
men first, Ihen the children and
finally the women. This is on the
theory that men are most val
uable to the state, that adoptive
parents can be found for children
and that women without hu
bands are destitute.
One pink of milk, 2 tggs, choc
olate, pinch of salt. Sweeten to.,
taste. Heat the milk, add 2 table
spoons of grated chocolate: Then
add the eggs and other ingredi
ents. Fill glasses 2-3 full and
drop whipped cream in each,
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