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tation; since many must hang on straps or not get home, don't you think
youTare husky enough to let that little, tired, working woman have your
"""Jf she were YOUR mother, wife, sister or sweetheart especially your
sweetheart you'd jump at the chance to show her this countesy. ,
'IT OUGHT TO BE ENOUGH THAT SHE'S A WOMAN.
HOYNE SAYS POOR,NOT RICH,
. BEAR TAX BURDENS
Site's Att'y Hoyne says he isn't
surprised at one more millionaire
mojng his legal residence outside of
Chicago. Plenty of other millionaires
are' making their legal residence in
noruhore suburbs, at Lake Geneva,
Wheaton and other points outside
"It appears to be the hobby of the
westtjLhy class to carry on their busi
ness in Chicago and live outside Cook
county," said Hoyne "It is not true,
however, that the wealthy' carry the
chiej burden of taxes. They do not
paythalf enough. It is the poorer
clashes, the small home owners, who
stand most of the tax burden."
Assistant State's Att'y Henry Ber
ger pointed out that Charles R. Crane
in his removal to Wood's Hole, Mass.,
won. t take along to Wood's Hole any
of the land or buildings or machinery
of jLhe Crane Co. Crane takes $15,
0Q0lt)00 of bonds from Chicago, but
that's all. The profit-paying machin
ery which must pay the interest and J
principal on Mr. Crane's bonds stays
right on in Chicago. It couldn't make
money anywhere else.
I o c
OAK PARK STARTS JITNEY BUS
Chicago is getting surrounded by
jitnev buses. Yesterday Oak Park
was' invaded. Neighboring cities all
have auto buses to compete with the
street cars and so far they have done
much to improve the service.
Wilbur Haase, who is operating the
Oak Park line, feels sure that his ven
ture will be a success.
Haase is now considering running
a bus de luxe from Oak Park to the
loop every day. Twenty-five resi
dents of the village have promised to
INDIANS IN LAST DESPERATE
STAND AGAINST WHITES
Dolores, Colo., Feb. 23. It appear
ed today that the whites and Piutes
engaged at Bluff, Utah, might be en
gaged in a battle within 24 hours
which will prove to be the redskins'
last stand against the authority of
Although determined to capture
teu-Ne-Gat, wanted for murder, the
full vengeance of the men of United
States Marshel Nebeker is to fall
upon Old Polk. , This aged Indian is
the leader of the renegades now en-"
trenched in Cottonwood Canon and
other strong positions about Bluff.
Three more Indians were killed and
several members of posse of U. S.
Marshal Nebeker are believed wound
ed in desperate midnight fight.
SHE WANTED A "NEEDLE" AND
A SHOT IN THE ARM
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 23. "My
petticoat is coming down," she whis
pered to the drug clerk. "Would you
give me two or three pins?"
There were several men in the
store, so after a minute's hesitation
she asked if she might step behind
the prescription case while she made
the emergency repairs. Again the
druggist was obliging.
A few minutes later he started to
fill eye wash prescription that called
for a minute quantity of cocaine. He
found the cocaine bottle empty; also
the morphine bottle which stood near
by. Then he remembered the young
woman in distress.
The ducks of J. A. Andrew of Shir
land tract, California, are supplying
him with valuable nuggets, the giz
zard of one having two gold nuggets
r.m--nuJ&aA i- imd iwo Ptinum nugget