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occasionally foolish people. We are
traitors to no country.
Many are unable to secure citizen
ship papers on account of our too
strict naturalization laws. Make nat
uralization easier ancl there will be
not so many foreigners.-
And last, but not least, let me tell
you, there are very few who would
like to give their skin for the kaiser,
despite their talk; it's nothing but
And I can't help laughing when a
true American named Schulze or the
like talks about our country and that
German, and whines about foreign
ers. A Foreigner.
A SURPRISE PARTY
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"Madam, in Europe every citizen
has to serve in the army."
"Then, Count, I am surprised that
war should begin so easily." '
"Madam, you are not half so sur
prised as they are."
WOULD HELP JOBLESS GIRLS TO
FIND WORK FOR, WINTER
To give work to thousands of girls
out of jobs is the plan of the Chicago
Woman's Club in an effort to help
them through the hard winter ex
pected. A free employment bureau, run on
a large scale and supported by a
subscription fund, is the proposal of
Mrs. J. B. Sherwood, nead of an
The women have secured free
offices in the Stevens Bldg., where
they are going to get jobless girls jobs
and give training where it is neces
sary. o o
WOMEN PUT KIBOSH ON CAFE
DANCING- CANT SEE IT
The women of Chicago are up in
arms against Aid. Ellis Geiger's pro
posed ordinance which would allow
dancing in cafe.
Four hundred women have given
their names to Aid. John Kjellander,
chairman of the council subcommit
tee. They all want to be heard.
The women say the combination of
dancing and drinking will be a heavy
blow at the morality of the young.
The Women's City Club and the
Woman's Party of Cook County are
leading the fight
SAYINGS OF MR. MOUSE
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