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would act. He also declared that
the announcement to the press that
the society would transport the nuns
and priests was "misleading."
Speaking of standing armies how
about our own little street car stand
ing army. It works every morning
going to work also at night coming
irom work. .
Get out your ear laps, folks, win
ter "has came."
Our idea of nothing at all to do
right at the present time is to take a
moonlight ride on Lake Michigan.
It won't be long now before the old
bobsled or sleighride party coach will
be taking the place of the hayrack.
The country store squad of old cro
nies will now gather around Cy Meek
er's coal stove and discuss the "im
portunt topics uv th' day."
There is one thing that's different
about that Oak Park "L." Instead
of being up in the air out in Austin
and Oak Park itself, it's got all the
rural residents up in the air.
Folks are kicking because the
tracks are on the level. Don't hear
anybody kickin' because the owners
are on the level.
When any one asks you why you
don't go to war or rather tells you
to go to war remember what Sher
man said war was.
The fellow who invented war has
a town somewhere in Indiana named
after him. Yep, Marblehead.
QUEEN OF GREECE IN HER
Athens, Greece. Queen Sophia of
Greece has put on her war regalia
and she is now honorary head of the
First Regimnet of Volunteers. The
title was bestowed upon her when the
Greeks gained control recently of
Corfu Channel and took possession
of the southern part of Albania.
Queen Sophia is Kaiser Wilhelm's
sister; she is 44 years of age and she
bag thrge. sons and two daughters.