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of this old idea that one woman can't
be everything to one man."
"Margie, I don't believe any woman
will ever understand the heights and
depths of man. A man would not
have his wife other .than she is, and
yet he cannot always slifle the desire
for something very different"
Here is a question, little book, that
I would not dare ask any one but you :
Is a man's mistress happier while
his love for her lasts than is his wife,
and by the same token does she make
him happier than his wife can?
(To Be Contineud Tomorrow.)
JUMP ON LOEB FOR ACTION
AGAINST LABOR MEETING
Jacob Loeb, head of the Hebrew
Institute and member of the school
board, got sore yesterday when he
heard that the Chicago Labor De
fense league was going to use the in
stitute assembly hall for a meeting
So Loeb, often called "reactionary"
and "anti-labor" member of the
school hoard by Margaret Haley of
the teachers' union, fired the institute
official who rented the hall to the
labor men, refunded the money of
the Defense league and refused ad
mittance to his halL
The large crowd of laborers who
had gathered to attend the meeting
was swelled by thousands of the
ghetto folks, who wanted to see
what was the matter.
As usual, the police were called and
20 bluecoats rushed from Maxwell
st, ready to participate in another
"riot," but the labor people had al
ready swallowed the insult of Loeb
and hired another hall nearby.
Here the action of Loeb was de
nounced by every speaker. Suppres
sion of free speech was charged
against the institute and its head.
An eastern doc says some people
have more sulphur in their bodies
than others. That's perhaps why
some dames make better matches
AMERICAN DRIVER FAILS TO
BLUFF CHI. COPPER
C. F. Mitchell, special officer for
the Chicago American, paid a fine of
$25 in Judge Jarecki's speeders'
court today for pulling a gun on Pa
The newspaper delivery wagons
have been violating traffic rules with
immunity simply because they are
newspaper wagons and incidents of w
wagon drivers beating up or knifing
newsboys are common, but this is
the first time a newspaper man has
pullel a gun on a city officer.
"The machine shot down Wabash
av. by 26th st at 40 miles an. hour,"
said Officer Burke. "My order to
stop didn't even make it hesitate, so
I blew my whistle to warn the po
liceman on the next corner."
Officer Dwyer. at 27th and Wa
bash, wasn't bluffed by the "Chicago
American" lettered on the red wagon.
When the machine did not obey his
order to stop he jumped to the run
"When I got on the machine," said
Dwyer, "C. P. Mitchell, special officer
for the American, shoved a gun
against my stomach, but I didn't
In court Mitchell, who lives at 882
N. Lawlor av., displayed a badge he
got from an ex-cop during the press
man's strike and a 38-caliber revolv
er. The judge took both frim him.
Mitchell's credentials granted him
privileges as a special officer at the
American's barn. "But it gives you
no power as an officer on the de
livery wagons," said the judge as he
lifted the credentials.
Mitchell was fined $25 for carry
ing concealed weapon and $5 and
cost for disorderly conduct Wm. C.
Lang, the chauffeur, 822 Newport,
was fined $5 each for speeding and
"What lesson do we learn from the
"Not to get stung."
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