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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 28, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 10

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only REASON and do their own
thinking. Such is -the "desire of
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SOCIETY FRIVOLS HAVE NO
INTEREST TO THIS BUD
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Washington. Having broken all
records as a knitter of -wool- socks
and fuzzy mufflers, Miss Mary Gra-
ham, daughter of Assistant Attorney
General S.'M. Graham, will forego
charity work for a while and take
time to take her social bow to Wash
ington. Miss Graham is an unusually intel
lectual Mrl, more interested in seri
dus study 'than m society.- "
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The wise girf is the one who appre
ciates the, business sagacity of the
TOtme mmi xvhn makea a nnUinira
answer both as an engagement ring j
and ft jChristmasTpreaent, ? -- 1
SPECIAL BAR PERMIjt FIGHT PUT
OVERDONE WEEK
The city .council fight over the
amendment of the special bar permit
ordinance will be postponed for a
I week. Entreaties irom both the wets
and drys caused Aid. Nance of the
health committee to relent in his de
mand that the council vote on the
amendment tonight.
The change asked would cause
special bar permits to expire at 1
o'clock instead of 3, as they do under
the present law! - jt would also re
quire a ten-day notice from all clubs
asking a perjnit. -
The Women's City rclub and anti
vice forces have fostered the change
in the bar permit Jaw. They claim
that the hours between 1 and 3 .a. m.
are the worst "The liquor forces ar
gue that personal liberty is being
trampled, . . t
The members xf the new morals
commission will 'be named at to
night's . council meetings iif Mayor
Harrison has made ills selections.
BELATED 'c7iRlimSF0R POOR
'CHILDREN
' 'An after-Christinas treat for children,-whom
Santa Clatts- overlooked
was-given by the Cynthia Westover
Alden Sunshine society on Dec. 26.
Forty-seven children' who had re
ceived no gifts on the 25th were en
tertained at the club through the aft
ernoon. Miss Alice Manchee, a kindergar
ten teacher, played games and sang
for them. A professional story teller
told thein fairy tales. They raced and
romped to their .hearts' content and
each, boy and girl received' a box -of
candy as a gift to take home,
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ENJOINED ,
"Briscoe has stopped giving people"
checks.'' - ' '
"Why?", . - ' '.'
"The-banks wouldn't let him waste
any' more blank check books." :
Cleveland Elain Dealer - - s

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