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"COME IN, SNOWS-FINE," CHIRPS "SNOWBIRD'
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"Snowbird" and "Polar Bear," Chums of Jack Frost,
Brighton Beach, N. Y. No, this
isn't "stage snow"; it's a specimen of
the "beautiful" that fell recently in
New York and gavethe "snow birds"
and the "polar bears" a chance to
take their first "snow bath" of the
EIGHTEENTH WARD A PUZZLE
What is going to happen in the old
Eighteenth ward, with which .the
First, Nineteenth and Twenty-first
wards formed the old Harrison
stronghold in the days of yore.
At present the Eighteenth is repre
sented by a Republican,. Aid. W. J.
Healy, and a Harrison Democrat,
Frank Gazzolo. But it seems almost
certain that Gazzolo will not run
again and the Harrison men:are fran-
Miss Grace Mott, one of the
"birds" who lingered long enough in
a snowdrift to be "snapped" by a ko
dak, has carefully muffled up in a
velvet neckband and a diamond pen
dant George Simpson, the "polar
bear" at her side, is comfortably
clothed in a' smile and a bathing suit.
tic in their search for a candidate to
succeed Tiim. So far their choice ap
pears to be Pat Flaherty, the teaming
Barney Grogan is mentioned as a
candidate. But from inside dope it
seems thabthe Barney Grogan-John
Broderick followers will line up for
Frank Sullivan, deputy grand presi
dent of the Eagles, who, after a long
time in politics, is for the first time
a candidate for office,