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She's suing Fred Nickel for divorce.
Chicago's first jitney divorce suit.
SCULLY SAYS ELECTION WILL BE
"ON THE SQUARE"
A lot of the five, six or seven-year-old
machines we see tooting around
town are claimed to be forty-horse
All right, let it go at that. But
we'll bet that about thirty-nine of the
horses have laid down and died.
Now we will probably see Bock
Beer signs where political mugs re
Jess Willard had a left that he
knew how to use light and there was
little left of Johnson when that right
It must be great to be a baby and
not" be bothered with political bunk.
You never appreciate being what you
are until you grow away from what
you used to be.
The fellow who claimed that his
hen laid three eggs on Easter morn
ing was a piker. He forgot to say
that they were colored.
Cheer up, young folks! The moon
light rides will soon be with, us again.
-Judging from the amount of busi
ness Chicago's moving picture houses
do, something has finally come across
that pleases everybody. '
If you happen to be a poor fellow,
maybe you might go right into a
movie house and sit next to some
swell society belle all smelled up with
expensive powder, etc.
But cheer up, maybe again' you
The weather man said the sun was
going to shine today. It will for one
bf the candidates.
Hang on, you straphangers, we're
goin' around a corner. And all we
seem to be able to do is to grin and
i If anybody gave Johnson a bum
steer as to Willard's ability, the Texas
cowboy quickly threw that "steer."
Willard is the guy who put the Jack
in Johnson. He had 'im Jacked up in
iEe air, all right. V
i Ida Nickel wants some change..,
The cries of "fraud" were met by
County Judge Scully last night with
assurances that the election was go
ing to be "on the1 square" and that
enough precautions had been taken
to assure a clean result
Most of the complaints came from
the; Republicans and these were an
swered by Dennis Egan, clerk of the
"We have issued credentials for
12,900 Republican watchers. How
Republicans can be apprehensive of
frauds with that army of men having
access to the polls I cannot see." .
The election commissioners, Judge
Scully and a great number of special
watchers will swell the thousands of
regular watchers placed in the polls
by the rival parties.
The judge will tour the polling
places in an auto to make sure of his
declaration that "Not a vote will be
counted for any candidate that was.
not cast for him."
MEN TO GET THE SAME SORT OF .
TREATMENT AS WOMEN
The "death knell" of the double
standard in the morals court was
sounded by Judge Arnold Heap yes
terday when he announced that here
after all men who allowed themselves
to be "lured" into hotels by women
would receive the same treatment as
the unfortunates themselves.
"This was Judge Heap's first day in
the court and his decision threw a
scare into the Funkhouser investiga
tors; for they are'the "most solicited."
His decision was understood to refer
to the morals men.
If the morals investigators face the
same charges that the women of. the
street must answer before Judge
Heap, their work is over. And Judge
Heap is expected- to remain in the
morals court for some time.