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Gov. Dunne has a plan for a sub
way route to Joliet
t If said subway route will make it
any easier to get-newspaper sluggers
into Joliet we're for It.
Hearst's Chicago American is all
worked up about crool way they
treat factory workers in Georgia.
Probably Hearst's Atlanta, Ca.,
American is all worked up about the
crool way they treat factory workers
Illustrating that the farther from
home you place your kick, the less
chance there m an advertiser getting
New York chauffeur who goes on
spree by eating four or- five dozen
eggs says he gets all the fun of a reg
ular drunk out of it
We hope this N'Yawk guy's idea
becomes fashionable among Chicago
chauffeursIt might keep down the
death rate. '
Ninety-four thousand, two hun
dred and five persons died X)f the
white plague in the U. S. during 1911.
Most of these contracted tubercu
losis from living or working in un
Which is another way of saying
that most victims of tuberculosis are
slain by Big Business.
Reported that British, suffragets
plot to get Mrs. Pankhurst out of
the country by aeroplane.
The British government should
worry, and shut its eyes wliile they
From the Examiner and American
we gather that the grand jury which
couldn't find any graft in the voting
machine deal was a very nice grand
And that the foreman of said grand
jury is a very nice man, who probably
is good to his wife and family.
And that the only trouble with
Maclay Hoyne is that he suffers from
the mumps or French Lick Springs
once in a--while.
'Member that old song, one line of
which runs, "We'll be happy by and
Oh, nothing! Except that we were
thinking of the time when the 'L"
roads would give through routes.
Judge Mahoney must be sick. He
hasn't given an interview to The ,
Daily News for a week. - 4
And judging from the way Daily '
News vaccine took on Judga.4Jem- "
mill, we thought it was guaranteed
Mrs. Edward Loewenthal says men
are too busy to cure the social evil..
Too busy being the cause of it? r ,v
May appears to he trying to act '
like a regular spring month. t r - -
Succeeding pretty darned well, too. -
That's why we arprt't .going to
write any more, in, this cblumn today, r
This sort of weather gives you that -
To say nothing of the result of
helping Friend Wife spring clean.
A SOCIAL RELIEF
"tH m n 11 r t " v
He Whom mustwe call on now,
the Browns? , "
She We can't They haven't
called on us yet
He., (appreciatively) Deuced
clever people, those Browns.
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