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For a small boy Eddie O'Connor is
a pretty big man in Chicago. He
started a fight for boys' rights.
And Mayor Harrison, and other in
fluential citizens are glad to follow
their boy leader.
Let property owners have a heart
and remember that they were once
Every alderman can help a lot by
taking an active interest in the boys
in his ward.
TR'ose boys vMI be voters in a few
short years and boys have rights we
men ought to respect.
Gee, whiz, with bumper crops
what's the use of having a business
Friend Farmer will have all kinds
of food this year and it would be
great if we could only get it fairly dis
tributed. Probably some of the crop will rot
while people in the cities go hungry.
Why try to shoot Charlie Erbstem?
He's so thing it might split the bullet.
And Charlie's only a lawyer, any
how. Arthur M. Evans has written his
story of the Colorado war for Cham
berlain's "The Voter" for June.
Evans wrote the best story of that
war printed in the loop press. But it
stopped when the Record-Herald
The Voter has been changed to
Chamberlain's. June number has ads
of Chicago 'phone, Commonwealth
Edison, People's Gas and some of tjie
But then getting jobs for his rela
tives may be only a little family way
Brady has of doing things.'
Having got rid of Rapp, Mme.
Schumann-Heink probably feels as
happy as a woman with nine children
and one less husband.
And her singing is at least as good
At any rate, Rapp wasn't much of
a howling success as Mister Schumann-Heink.
1TO TIGHT EXEMPTIONS THAT
AFFECT LABOR UNIONS '
Washington, June 11. A fight
against the exemption provisions af
fecting labor unions and farmers' or
ganizations in the Clayton anti-trust
bill has been started by business men
of entire countiy, who denounce it
as class legislation.
Letters are to be sent to all mem
bers of the national chamber de
nouncing this exemption.
RICH MEN HIT BY HOYNE
State's Attorney Hoyne made good
his threat yesterday and filed misde
meanor charges against 57 of Chi
cago's richest men and business
houses before Judge Owens. The
maximum punishment is $200 fine.
Among the defendants in the suit
are: Julius Rosenwald, D. R. Forgan,
Boston Store, Charles C. Adsit, W. R.
Sterling, R. T. Crane, Edson Keith,
Jr.,-A. A. Sprague, J. Deering and Ii
MENTIONS MONEY GIVERS
John H. Coyne, m his $20,000 slan
der suit against State Auditor Jim
Brady, says that the LaSalle Street
Savings Bank (the Lorimer Bank)
gave $3,000, and that Ed Tilden,
through the Drovers' National and
Drovers' Trust and Savings Bank,
gave $2,500 to Brady's campaign
fund. Roger Sullivan gave $500, he
A HINT TO HUERTA
If' Gen. Huerta would only make
the effort he would doubtless find it
much more agreeable than he thinks
to resign his job and go to Paris.
What is it that Pish Tush sings to
Koko in the "Mikado"?
I heard one day
s A gentleman say, ".
That persons who'
Are cut in two,
Do barely feel
The fatal steel ,
And so are slain
Without much pain.