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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 27, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 6

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, DAILY COMMENT ON
Cooks fte pi' Henry Ford's dfvvy
with his employes plan put consider
able ginger in Dan Cupid.
That answers bnequestion. As
soon as some of the yotmg folks got
the needed dough they hiked to a
preacher.
Taint so much Dan Cupid's Work
that's missin'. It's the almighty dollar.-"
" And in the course of a year all
those newjy married young folks
ought to have something besides a
rail fence running around the house.
- The thought of all these possibili
ties ought to make Ford feel pretty
good.- And we'll bet it does. He listens
like that sort of man.
A New York woman slapped a man
in the face, in the subway, accusing
him' of rubbing against her.
Then he. had her arrested for dis
orderly conduct.
The only way to avoid such un
pleasantries like that in any kind of
crowded cars is to walk.
There is. one difference here in Chi-cago-ln
the surface cars, however:
- The men don't rub against the wo
men. They push, shove or bump
against them.
When riding in a Chi. street car,
At night time or at dawn,
. A woman often wonders, where
All Chivalry has gone.
Whew! Some eels lay 20,000,000
eggs a day. For the love of Mike,
some hens take notice.
- A street cleaner was run down by
a Chicago American wagon Monday
morning, while he was working in
the street.
- 'Tsno wonder! If ou want to see
a real live chariot race, just stand
along Jackson boulevard or Madison
street, most any time of day, and
watch the Hearst paper wagons
break traffic and speed laws.
Of course if any other wagon races
along like that but that's another
question. ,
PEOPLE AND THINGS
More figuring fpr the council on
the "L" crowding problem. All the
blame car line service in the city is
getting to be an "L" of a problem.
Factory Inspector Nelson has been
handing it to some of the stores that
have been violating the labor laws.
Some 'fines have been handed out.
It's a blame shame that the em
ployers who overworked young girls
can't, be made to work the same
length of time out them'selves. May
be it would wake some of them up
and shake a little humanity into their
hides.
A burglar caught in New York had
corsets on. He said he wore them to
keep himself warm".
He hadn't the same use for them'as
women have. The latter wear them
to keep straight.
It- is said that too many -clothes
make red noses.
Now we know why those French
women are wearing high shoes and
no stockings. -
Here is the busiest man of all. He
comes from Conecticut and has sub
stituted e's for all the i's in his name
because he hasn't the timeto dot
the i's.
This is a queer thing. Why is it that .
when a young lady with a tight hob
ble skirt is getting on the car, a big
truck usually drives slowly by?
Ihe-wiMd-up of Ihe d.

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