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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 22, 1913, Image 12',
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cine game this season. An operation
"will be "performed in New York in a
tefr days in an attempt to "relieve
Hans' trouble. "
Jack Britton got in bad in Phila
delphia last night when he-stalled in
his scheduled sixround go with Pal
Moore. So raw was the Chicagoan's"
work that the referee stopped the
so-called-battie in the fourth frame. '
The weights were given out as 435
pounds each, but- -Britton weighed
. o o r
Look. Out Rr, a FLv -
O O r-
Ethel, who was ten .years old, was
studying; her reader, and. learned that
fish" are piaced in brine before they,
are-dried and prepared for saje. After
explaining that.' brine is very- salt
water the teacher asked why the
fish were placed In it. Ethel face
was illumined wjth. sudden under-,
standing, and she promptly replied,
''Because they are used to salt
SASSIETY COL YUM .
Great gloom in the'palatial.home 61
Mrs. De Bungtung cm Lake Shore
drive. Fifi, the French poodle, has
It is rumored also Mrs. Dofunny
Dufunny's pet lap dog strayed intq.
the poorer quarters, associated with
common doggies and came- home
with a full set of. fleas.
Mr. John Artha' Johnsing, one of
the South Side's prominent citizens,
will make a' social call to the U. S.
court tomorrow. The judge is very
much interested In a lovely diamond
necklace Mr. Jbhnsing brought home
Mr. Eci Barrettwill decide ho'w long
he will stay-in his new home 'atTjoliejt
Mr. Robert Webb has had a-dis
agreement witn his host, JudgejKer.
st.en. -! , ' , :
Mr.' Upton Free Love. Sinclair' is
going to ,get married with, benefit
of -clergy, and aTU. S. senator' as
(1 Mayor- Harrison is arranging for
a party for' the, sclTool children of
Chicago.. ..- :;
The principal, game ai. this, party,
will be one. in fwjii ch the children will
do the work-that the mayor's fiends,
Frank Solon, hasnTt the time-to at
tend to. .'!..
Mr. SpIoTi's social duties as a politi
cal czaVave-kppthim sp , busy 'late
ly; that ie has not-had time 'q Mother
about the condition, of the, streets.
Mayor Harrison wiH be 53 years
old tomorrow . 'it is' rumored the
mayor's godfather, Mr. Andrew M.
Lawrence, intends to -present him
with a box. of bonbons. -
Willis. George Emerson, lately a
well-known leader of the Republican
party", has entered a-hew sphere o
activities! He is president' of the
r, ' O-O; . . .
... If Belgian workers can get suffrage
by Quitting work, why can't British