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Mrs. Lewis K. Torbett last night.
Over 1,100 male employes. 150
voted for suffrage.
Saturday will be remembered
as the tag day when jhe people of
Chicago gave so much to help out
the union workers locked out by
the newspaper trust-.
Joseph Marek, 1634 WT 12th
st, applied to Maxwell st. police
to protect him from whisky.
MI'm on the second week of a
two weeks' vacation," said Marek
"I've been drinking hard. Unjess
you protect me I won't be able to
go back to work next week."
Sen. Albert B. Cummins, la.,
who has refused to come out fon
Roosevelt, says he will campaign
actively against Taf t.
Two-months'-old baby boy,
abandoned in vacant lot, 73rd St..
and Cornell av. Taken to St. Vin
HOWTO'GET THE FILLING FOR A BLACKBIRD PIE
r in r i , . i
When the birds start fooling I You just tie the legs shut.
aipuna me iamny wasning.
?i jug '
And1 then, when they settle on
the clothes line, you. .give it a bat
jvith a stick,
And there you are!