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SUFFRAGE GETS BYITS UP TO
Delegates to the General Federa
tion of Women's Clubs iave won their
fight to put the suffrage- Question up
to the delegates in a body, and to
day a vote will be taken.
Seventeen state delegations have
already voted to "favor suffrage.
Delegates outlined the following re
forms: Correcting the mistakes men have
made in government.
Universal teaching of social hy
giene. Making penal institutions "homes"
Solving the problem of the unem
ployed. Restricting immigration.
Swelling the food supply.
Working for a minimum wage.
- Installing vocational training in all
Adjusting the recreational prob
lems. Minimizing disease.
WAITRESS' CASE DISMISSED
The case against Josephine Cos
tello, a striking waitress, was dis
missed yesterday by Judge Stewart
The guTwas charged with creating a
disturbance at Knab's restaurant,
Randolph street and Fifth avenue.
She said the only disturbance she
made was to laugh at a rat that ran
across the floor of the restaurant
THE DOPE WAR
The crusade against the drug habit
led to the arrest of John Smith, a
10-year-old boy, at 18th and State
streets, who already seems a con
firmed dope fiend.
Roy Morris, 3169 North Clark
street, was arrested on a charge of
selling dope. Fay Burke and Annie
Reitz, victims, gave evidence against
Greenwich, Conn. Jas. Campbell,
who made more than $50,000,000 in
railroads and mines, 4ead.
GOT ANY BAlf ?
By Jim Manee.
Tons and tons of pork and beans
Have only recently
Been thrown into the ocean; they
Were rotten as could be.
The health inspectors called 'em bad,
They knew it by the smell.
So now they're in the ocean ;
Gee! the fishing should be swell.
P. S "Shut up, Pete, I got a bite."
GAMES FOR TODAY
Washington at Chicago. '
Philadelphia at Cleveland.
New York at St Louis.
Boston at Detroit.
Chicago at New York.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh at Boston
St Louis at Brooklyn.
Baltimore at Chicago.
Brooklyn at Kansas City (2 games)
Pittsburgh at Indianapolis.
Buffalo at St' Louis.
"Before you go on your vacation
get inoculated against typhoid fever,"
says the Kansas City board of health.
Whether you do this or not, it is
very wise to pick the vacation place
with care, especially as to the water
supply. According to Dr. S. J.
Crumbine of the Kansas City board
of health, typhoid cases begin to ap
pear about the time the vacation
folks return to the city.
Partly cloudy Saturday and prob
ably Sunday; slightly warmer Sun
day; light to moderate northeasterly
winds Saturday, becoming" variable
Sunday. Range of temperatures yes-.
terday: Highest, 82; lowest, 61; av-erager72.
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