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After taking a ride around the city
a visitor to Chicago will invariably
remark: "Chicagoans'sure do make
use of their parks."
The bathing season iqr our Windy
City was right slow in getting here,
but it has now arrived with a loud,
It wasn't necessary to go to the
beach this morning to get a soaking.
Anybody who was walking to work
and got caught in the early morning
downpour will vouch for that.
Soda fountain owners are happy.
Hot weather has boomed their busi
ness. Now is the time for all good coun
cilmen to come to the aid of the peo
ple in the telephone situation.
To junk or not to junk that is the
And the people who are looking out
for th.eir own interests are muchly
in favor of "Not to."
Mother Jones and John D. Rocke
feller, Jr., make a great comparison.
Mother Jones has spent the greater
part of her life fighting for the work
ing man. She is loved by all.
John D., Jr., has spent the greater
part of his business life fighting the
working man. He has on several oc
casions been forced to have a guard
about him to insure his safety.
And we might add that the major
ity of the love that John D., Jr., has
coming to him comes from John D.,
Now that Uncle Sam is warring on
all cranks, why not carry it to:
The fresh air crank who sits in a
street car on a winter day with the
window wide open.
The man who goes to sleep on the
street car and then raises cain with
the conductor when he wakes up at
the end of the line.
The baseball nut who goes into the
game on a pass and. then roots for
the visiting team.
-The man who kicks when every
thing on earth doesn't go just as he
would have it go.
If the man who invented the self
starter for the atlto, thereby doing
away with mechanical cranks, could
find some way for doing away with
human cranks, we would offer him
"Newt Frjdemush wuz found lyin
on th' sidewalk again Tuesday night.
Our constable wrapped him in his
bundle an' took him home."
Old Follower I see, Alderman
Jones, that yer opinions have under
gone a change.
Aldemman Jones No, no change
Old Follower But your views as
you expressed them some time ago in
Aldeman Those were not my
views they were my interviews.
Partly cloudy Wednesday, probab
ly with showers by night or Thurs
day; slightly warmer Wednesday;
moderate east to southeast winds,