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- A. Toneff, guest, at Cumberland
Hotel, -900 W. Madison st either lost
or was robbed of $407.
After an all-night's battle with) the
ice off St. Joseph, Mich., Steamer
Puritan, carrying .60 men, docked
Reported that. Freighter Connes
tigo on Crosby line is locked in ice
between Grand Haven and Holland,
Mioh. v '
The cubist-gowni described as a,
"riot of color and a jumble of kaleido
scopic impressions,'' was.' on exhibi
tion at matinee of- Chicago Dress
makers' Club. .
Mrs. Bertha Phillips, 11.17 E. 42d
St., seriously hurt by street car.
John O'Brien, 1126 W. Van Buren
st., arrested and held in cell since
Saturday "night by mistake: He had
stepped on rear of patrol as a sight
seer and was pulled in.
Unidentified man dropped dead at
corner of Homan and V. 25th st.
Count of the ballots of '5,000
switchmen employed on 19 railroads
within a radius of 40 miles of' Chi
cago shows an overwhelming ma
jority in favor of strike unless the
demands of the switchmen are grant
ed by the roads.
T. J. Foley, representing the gen
eral managers of the companies,
held a preliminary conference with
A. P. Whitney, acting for' the union,
as soon as the result, pf the vote was
Time and a half pay for overtime,
a semi-monthly pay day and tfetter
working conditions are demanded by
the switchmen. . ..
Bugge Have you. ever tji&d bring
ing out chickens by hand?, "Mugge
Yes; but it was not quite a success.
Bugger How was that? Mugge I
was caught in the act and got a
month for it" , -
BpDY AFFECTS MIND
" The irritability of a dyspeptic is
due to his physical condition. Most
people, to a greater or less degree,
realize the dependence of mental and
emotional states on conditions of
health and disease.
When a man is; cross around the
house .he Is of ten 'excused on the old
saying ofr"Well, bisliver Is bad."
There is nothing, truer than the
state of the physical' organs, particu
larly' those connected, directly or In
directly, with the digestive apparatus,
determine the attitude of the mind
toward things and people. f
When a 'man's tissues are nour
ished he looks upon the world in a
friendly way. . 1
The man who can burn a thick
steak anf a platter of vegetables into
mental "and physical energy is the
man, we often see controlling other
men and aairs.
The pessimistic, narrow, jaundiced
eyed , creature is very likely to be
lacking in the ability even to inspire
himself to great things. ,
It was Sunday afternoon, and the '
curate, calling unexpectedly to visit
a member of hfij'.flock, found him
out in.twp senses. "
The gentleman's young sdn-tcame
.to the" dpoj: and announced his
father's absence. v "He's gone to the
golf club," said he, casually, and then,
reading, perhaps, some shade of dis
approval in the parson's eyes,, he ex
tenuated this: "He's not gone to play
golf, you. know, not on a Sunday;
only to drink beer and have a game ,
Having thus cleared' his father's
character, he shut the door on the '
Magistrate Are you aware of cir
cumstances In your., case? Criminal
Yes, your worship; this Is the
fiftieth time I have been arrested for
vagrancy, and I thought that perhaps
we might get up. a little jubilee; . ..