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appropriation for 10 additional wel
fare workers to find work for unem
ployed this winter.
Mamie Braun, 14-year-old girl who
cut hair and dressed up in brother's
clothes, found.-Said she slept 2 night
in shanty. Glad toget home.
Members of Nat'l League for Med
ical Freedom ask Board of Education
to use money for proposed school
clinics for new schools.
Emory Erickson held to grand jury
by Judge Walker for perjury. Ad
mitted he overestimated income.
Wife suing for increase of alimony.
ueorge H. Unebel suing Robert
Kanning and his wife for $25,000 for
alienation of wife's affections. Al
leges they enticed her to leave him.
E. 0. Shankland, chairman harbors
and subways com'n", asked City
Comptroller Traeger not to penalize
Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. for
failure to complete work on munic
ipal pier by Oct 1.
Cost of living felt at Bridewell.
Sup't Whitman to ask council for
$14,000 more food than was allowed
Gov. Dunne at Hotel La Salle.
WEST SIDERS DRAW STIFF FINES
Flirting is costly on the West Side.
And will remain so as long as Judge
Rafferty occupies the bench at the
Desplaines street court
Joseph Marcafsey was fined $100
after Olga Olson, 19, 5802 W. Ohio
street, and 11 other women and girls
testified he had annoyed them for
more than a week. Miss Olson called
a policeman when Marcasey asked
her to "take a walk." Marcasey took
Mical Saley, a shoemaker, 4137 W.
'Lake street, who has a wife and five
children, was fined $50 and cost after
two young girls testified he had an
noyed them for two weeks when they
passed his home on their way home
from night school.
Marcasey and Saley both denied
Begins to look as if importing
orphans as a newspaper stunt was a
We've got too many orphans at
home; and Europe will need her heal
thy ones to multiply and replenish,
If Uncle Sam can make South Am
erican countries stop furnishing sup-t
plies to- Germany, WHY
Can't Germany insist that he also
make Canada stop shipping war ma
terial, including gun-fodder, to thq
That Monroe doctrine is a two
Poor Julius Rosenwald some
body's always pestering our pet phil-
Now they want Julius to pay his
taxes like the rest of us.
What a pity!
By the way, wonder if all tha
judges are paying taxes.
If rude men persist in rubbing
knees in the cars the girls may have
to go back to hoopskirts.
Married men should try that knee
movement on. their wives instead of
An English earl was shot in both
thighs, but the dispatch doesn't say
whether he was coming or going.
O goody! Young John D. Rocke
feller is learning to knit
He may yet -make his mark in the
world outside of Colorado.
Opposing armies around that Yser
river appear to be wasting a whole
lot of gun-fodder without getting
First one wins, then the other;
and all the time the soldiers on both
sides are losing.
Evidently one Way to avoid paying
taxes in Chicago is to be very rich.
It must be a great relief to a tired
soldier to be captured and fed until
the war is over.
It's just as patriotic to be a pris
oner, with no danger of having to die
for one's country.