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THE POOR MAN
"I once had a comfortable home,
"Poor man, how didou lose it?"
"Me wife lost her Job, ma'am!"
Providence News. ,
Tommy Pop, what is conscience?
Tommy's Pop Conscience", my
son, is a still, small voice that tells
us well, that tells us when we are
A PRUDENT MAN
"What induced you to cut your
"His very high-flown sentiments
about the duties of friendship. I was
afraid the day might come when I
couldn't afford them."
"Here, waiter!" said the rude man
in the cafe. "Tell the orchestra to
play 'Carmen' while I eat this beef
steak." "Yes, sir. Might I inquire why?"
"I want to hear the Toreador song.
I feel like a bull fighter."
dP & PPL
"Say, boss, I got to have more
money. I've just got a correspond
ence course diploma."
"Well, what did you learn from
the correspondence course?"
"I learned how much a diploma
BITS OF NEWS
Otto Renner, 822 W. Madison st.,
died from beating received from
wife's friend. William Eberhardt held
Many arrests expected in railroad
fare frauds. One conductor arrested
one C. & 0. for violating Hepburn act.
Examinations for federal jobs pay
ing $1,200 to $4,000 to be held May
6 and 7. Only men between 30 and
Alice Hurt Tompson, 5117 Win
throp av., to be "counsel for defense"
in Boys' Court.
Attorney Erbstein claims that Jas.
Franche, alias "Duffy the Goat," shot
Isaac Henegow in self-defense.
Miss Anna Gordon, Evanston, new
national head of W. C. T. U.
Ousted school trustees want court
to hold eight on contempt charge.
GIRL STRIKER STOPPED BY COP
CASES ARE CONTINUED
A colored policeman of the 50th
street station yesterday violated the
terms of the injunction granted by
Judges McGoorty, Windes and Bald
win and arrested Anna Timeus, a
striking waitress, away when she
tried to pass out cards notifying peo
ple that there was a strike on at Hen
rici's. The affair took place at the 51st
street elevated station. A man to
whom the girl had given a card called
the police and the cop appeared and
dragged her to the station.
At the Hyde Park station, where
the girl was taken, she was released.
The cases of the girls arrested for
conspiracy were continued until April
23 wheh the state says they all will "be
Topeka, Kan. Mrs. Luella West
sued Gov. Hodges for $2,310 dam
ages for injuries -alleged to have been
received during scuffle over posses
sion of pardon papers in hia office.
St. Louis. Half a dozen buildings
damaged in bomb explosion in barber