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Ing of new religious tabernacle. Hit
by piece of board.
Building operations on Chicago's
new terminal and freight depots to be
under way by March 15. '
About 25 Illinois farmers facing
federal prosecution for resisting foot
and mouth disease quarantine.
Richard Simons, negro, 2581 Lin
coln av., shot in leg by policeman
while resisting arrest as.annoyer of
George E. Frazer, who gave up
$.4,000 job as controller of "U." of
Illinois to marry Helen James, daugh
ter of president, given better job with
Montgomery, Ward & Co.
Pres. Busby, Chicago Surface
lines, will be cross-examined by state
public utilities commission tomorrow
regarding straphangers' complaints.
Emil Seidel, former mayor of Mil
waukee; Seymour Stedman and
John C. Kenedy will speak at mass
meeting at Avondale school, Welling
jton and Sawyer avs., Wed. eve.,
Ladies' auxiliary of Federated
Newspaper Trades will give card
party at home of Mrs. G. Zeigler,
6016 Wentworth av., tomorrow night.
Richard Manning's orchestra will
open season at Grace Congregational
church, Powell and Shakespeare,
Thurs. eve., Feb. 26.
. Employes of American Asphalt
Paving Co. will give informal dance
at Hotel La Salle tonight, .
Tug of war between Western Elec
tric and Anchor A. C. teams will be
held Sat eve., Feb. 27, at Spaulding
hall, Spaulding and North av.
"What did you give your father
for his birthday, Miss Dove?" '
"A box of cigars with the loveliest
bands on them."
"What did he think of them?."
"Oh, he said they'd have been bet
ter without the bands. He said they
were loud enough without them."
SHE HAS TO "CUSS" EVERY SXYf
THOUGH AGAINST HER WlfeD
Seattle, Wash. Ruth Pecarfys
"Damn I" regularly, three times ajlay
and seven days a week on.th&s&ige.
But she doesn't like it. even ifjPree
ident Thwing of the Western Reserve
University at Cleveland. 0., did re
cently indorse the expletive .f on 'Use
by girls under certain circumstances.
Miss Pecan is known as a charm
ing and gracious lady, as well as a
talented and beautiful actress.a.She
was asked about the ''Damn'
"I don't like 'Damns' for wdmenr'r
she said", "and don't apprqve o the
one in the sketch I'm playingr..When
rehearsing it I wanted to eliminate
the word altogether, but if aidn't go,"