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on the 'platforms asiclose together as they can stand; they evenstand
on the. car stepff and' hold onto the handles.
They stand at transfer points until carafter car,passes,V.crovded
so there is no chance even to hang on. They stand in the street in all
kinds of 'weather j risking their very lives. ' ' ..
AND "YET THEY COULD HAVE GOOD SERVICE JF
THE CITY ADMINISTRATION WERE REALLY REPRE
SENTATIVE OF-THE PEOPLE.
CHICA'GO IS GOVERNED. BY NEWSPAPERS; 'WHY
DON'T THE NEWSPAPERS GET DECENT STREET RAIL
WAY SERVICE FOR, THE PEOPLE? ,
. DO THEY REPRESENT THE PEOPLE OR THE MEN
WHO OWN STREET RAILWAY BONDS" AND STOCK? , 1
''Mildred," murmured a 'fash-'
ibnable young, man, sinking on
his knee,' "for your -birthday gift
I offer myself v
"Thank youV-was -the cold re
plyyt "but I only accept useful
- , : , . O Or-
'.'Why do you argue with your
"wife? Don't you know it doesn't
do you a bit of good?" "Of course
1 do, 'but I haven't got such a
mean, disposition as to deprive
jiet, of. the pleasure." ' - , .
h She I- see that the U. 3l bu
reau of ethnology ha,s issued a
pamphlet dealing With birds that
flirty. . '
He Meaning "chickens."
Ladyr didn't know your - little
boy wore glases, Mrs; . Smith.
Mrs. Smitfr-Well,' yer.see, miss,
they belonged to his poor father-,
and T thought it was -a pity tp.