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0 come my love," the jitney
Waits; the nickel's in
My purse. My sparker snaps at auj
Fates, for better or''
For worse. Let's jit in joy while life
Is June; five coppers pay
The bill. So come and jitney 'neath
The moon, along the low grade
Hill. While all the world is smooth
As glass, while all our tires are
Spry, there's bliss in every quart
The high. So come and be my jttny
Queen; a nick is all my
Hoard. Who cares for grief or
& My trusty Ford.
rrom ivtapon uazeue.
FOR "ONE DAY REST IN SEVEN"
Unemployed ranks will dwindle in
numbers if the Illinois legislature
passes the "one day of rest in seven"
bill which the American Association
for Labor Legislation will have intro
duced. The proposed law requires that
every employer grant each one of
bis workmen at least-one day off duty
in every week. There are thousands
in the steel mills, stock yards and
mines who now labor through the
year with never a day of rest
In New York the law has been !
clared constitutional. .1
American relief prevented whole
sale starvation in Belgium says Reva
John B. de Ville, ass't pastor 13ti'
John Brechman Catholic church,
2517 Logan blvd., just reutmed from!
Wife of Dr. Duro Guca, 1735 S. Halt
sted, who accompanied husband to
Austrian battle, line, dead in army
camp of scarlet fever, after nursing
husband through disease