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Seats for passengers during non
But, doggone ft, we want seats dur
ing RUSH hours cause that's when
folks are going toorfrjom work.
Most of the time it's even hard to
get standing room during rush hours.
That is, standing room in a car.
Plenty of standing room on the
Now most of the Harrison Demo
crats are lining- up with Hearst and
Sullivan for Sweitzer.
Being regular is about the easiest
thing a job-holding politician does.
Also the one who wants to be a job
holder. Sure, they keep loop streets pretty
Why not turn the hose on the
streets outside the loop and wash
winter filth accumulation into the
The streets where people live are
really more important than the loop
streets where people shop.
Voters of the 27th ward have a
chance to send a real alderman to
the council and his last name is
John C. Kennedy.
He's a Socialist, but that makes no
difference. He would be a valuable
representative of ALL of the people,
whether they are Socialists or not.
It's a good rule to vote for the best
man, not matter what ticket he is on.
For the very same reason, Alder
man Merriam should be returned to
the council from the 7th ward.
He is not a Socialist, but is one of
tfie most valuable members of council
forALL of the people.
The people had better get some de
pendable alderman elected this year,
if?hey don't want the public utility
trust to run off with the town.
'So Bill Thompson is going after
Roger Sullivan and the utility com
panies. 'Go to it, Willie but take an ax.
This is no pillow fight.
Your only chance is in convincing
the people that YOU are really1 for
MILLIONARIE A CRUEL MAN,
Mrs. Clarence Dayton Hillman,
wife of a Pasadena, Cal., multi-millionaire,
after what she terms "16
years of unhappy married life," is su
ing for a divorce and a division of the
Married at 16, Mrs. Hillman says
her divorce suit is the culmination of
continued mental and physical cru
elties. Eleven years ago a similar
action was started by Mrs. Hillman jn
Seattle, Wash., but a reconciliation
was effected. She ia asking for the
custody of the seven children.
Washington. Dep't of justice an
nounced there would be no prosecu
tion in connection with election Irreg
ularity charges in Uncle Joe Can
non's Illinois district.
Clearfield, Pa. W. L. McJunkin,
cashier Clearfield National bank,
suicided. Ill health.