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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 13, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 21',
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DAILY COMMENTS ON
Even if the sweet Juliet Breitung
did .offer her kisses to Max KUest,
Max was -a bum sport for telling
Adam started that "she-tempted-me"
gag long before Columbus dis
And poor, weak map has been
springing it ever since.
There are times when lying like a
gentleman, is quite etiquetticaL
Nevertheless, however, Roger Sul
livan is out with a personal appeal to
folks who look to Rog for inspira
tion to vote for Sweitzer.
He tells what kind of a mayor Bob
Thank you very much, Roger.
Now who'll vouch for Harrison,
Olson and Thompson?
Judge Scully Is wise. Nothing in
playing that factional game with the
Give everybody -a square deal and
nobody the worst of it.
The News, and He&Jd are slyly
boosting' Oisdrii '.(stairway is to write
an editorial quoting Something Olson
And then boost what he says. That
makes Olson, look like a wise guy.
Some members of the bartenders'
union are boosting Bill ThompjBon.
And don't think; that won't help
some. i .
Business rnen wh6won'ttrusttheir
associates often. teK their troubles to
the bartender. ' . .. -.-.''"
'Besides the patrons of the free
lunch always feel friendly to the bar
tender. In many respects the popular bar
tender is one of our "leading and in
The big guys with lots of autos and
thinks seldom talk to many people.
As near as we can. figure it out the
News-Herald combine-feior Sweitzer
and Olson, at the primaries
They don't figure that it will make
much difference which wins at the
PEOPLE AND THINGS
It helps to have a popular guylke.
Roger back of you for Keeley andr
Lawson are his pals-
They promoted him to Roger ine
Biscuit Maker. '
By the way, wonder if the priSe of
Roger's biscyits went up with ff6uf.
Anyhow, we'd like to. know who
Marshall Field m. is for in tlfori-
mary election. JT
It might help us make up oilr nilh3.
But we musn't expect too mtrcrPfirr
the kid, even if he is now a voter!
As the gov. of N. C. said to thePgov.,
of S. C. It's a long time between1
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JOBS FOR GIRLS " l
One hundred girls waited on the
eighth floor of the City HaH Suare'r
building at aa early hdur this mrn-
ing in the hopes of obtaining the $8
jobs placed at the disposal of the:
public welfare dep't by a large coW
r This corporation, wants Z typists1
and 33 clerks. More than one-half of
the girls throiiging the hall Wete
stenographers. The salaries offered''
are $7 for clerks and $3.4 for steribg-
Yesterday the Crane Co. placed'anf
order with C. H. Weber, mg'r of the
north side free employment offlee1, for
500 men who will be employed"'' ia
their new plant. "
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MOVIES FOR SCHOOL
The school board committee: on
grounds and buildings
adopted-a resolution which, fe pasted
by the board, will open the schools to
the public at least three evenirigs
week during the soheol year. -The
resolution also providwyhat mo$on.
picture machines be Retailed jawL
used for educational purposes, "f
"Mr. Carnegie and Mr. Rockef
really seemed to enjoy putting
left hands hep to what their
I hands have been, up to. tl