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Prof. Wilson didn't give the kids any
EGGS BY PARCEL POST IS THE
LATEST FIGHT IDEA
Determined to force the price of
eggs down to 32 cents a dozen or
less, 300,000 women of Illinois today
began co-operation in a plan of mar
keting eggs by parcels post to show
the cold storage speculatprs they
have entered the fight in earnest.
Eggs by parcels post, aimed to elim
inate the middleman, is the sugges
tion of Mrs. John C. Bley, president
of the Clean Food Club.
"Women sell and buy them," said
Mrs. Bley. "Between the sellers and
the buyers there is a lot of unneces
sary juggling by middlemen. By get
ting the housewives of the farm and
city together on this proposition, and
delivering eggs by parcels post, we
can win our fight for lower prices on
"Through the various women's
clubs we will secure the addresses of
those who have eggs to sell, instruct
them in the method of shipment, and
gve the mnames of women who wish
to buy. The price of eggs is coming
down. Watch us."
WHO'S WHO IN DEMOCRACY?
The Hearst-Harrison crew is go
ing to sue for possession of the title
of Cook County Democracy.
Ever since the cold night last De
cember when the followers of the
mayor and Andy Lawrence captured
the County Democracy by scaling the
fire escape and then beheading Bobby
Burke they have claimed that they
are the original Democrats. The
majority of the members of the don
key party, however, thought differ
ently, and -bo went right along with
their own regular County Democracy.
Now there are two organizations
each with the title of the County
The H.-H. bunch will file suit either
Itoday or tomorrow before Judge
DEATH PROBE ORDERED BY
Coroner W. V. Hopf of DuPage
county has ordered an examination
into the cause of the death of Mrs.
Jacob Mey, wife of a Lisle, 111., farm
er, who died Friday after taking
treatments for cancer at the Freeman
Institute, Moline, 111.
The investigation is prompted by
the recommendation of the coroner's
jury, which returned the following
"We, the jury, find the death of
Mrs. Jacob Mey was caused by an
embolus (bloodcot) on the brain. We
recommend that an investigation be
made by county authorities to ascer
tain if the embolus was caused by a.
caustic salve applied to reduce can
State's Attorney Hadley said an
investigation would be made by his
office and that if any one was found
guilty would be punished.
"I SAY, PA"
"I say, pa!"
"Is a vessel a boat? '
"I say, pa!"
"What is it?"
"What kind of a boat is a blood,
"It's a lifeboat Now run away to