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they knew as much about "war as we
do. In peace times women think of
themselves too much. But war takes
all the selfishness away."
A wrestling match has been com
mitted. And the Bull has been thrown.
All the trust papers have splashed
over the front page to the effect that
hereafter Chicagoans are going to be
able to get a seat in our lovely little
surface Hire cars.
Who was it used to say: "They AH
Pall For It"?
Benjamin Franklin, maybe!
But, no, he's not the one. He's the
fellow who invented electricity.
But, anyway, they all fall.
We II bet our season pass to White
City park that you'll stand up in the
street cars tonight, tomorrow night
andmany more tomorrow nights just
the same as you did last night.
Incidentally, White City is closed,
so you lose if you win.
It seems a crime to not use streer
car straps now that they have all that
nice celluloid over the leather straps.
They are vermin proof and if there
is anything a straphanger hates to
do is hang On to vermin.
Give us the celluloid covered strap
and we won't get half so tired.
Ordering seats for all reminds us
of the time, months ago, when the
Oak Park elevated line was ordered
to elevate their line out in Oak Park
They are still running on the
Tip to strikers in Chicago:
If you want to walk on the public
streets here get permission from
Chief Healey or some other police
Or get a club on the head or a
horse's hoof on your foot from-some
Somebody has asked, "Did one
particular author take one look at
Eddie Foy's family and then get the
hunch for the title, "Birth of a Nar
Derned if we know.
But for the benefit of those who do
not know Foy's family very well,
Eddie the last time we heard from
him had better than a half a dozen
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New York. Andrew Carnegie and
John D. Rockefeller, St., each hold
personal property valued at $5,000,
000 in New York.
Wellsville, Mo. Five passengers of
fast Wabash passenger train No.'l,
St Louis to Kansas City and Omaha,
injured early today when three sleep
ing cars and one coach were derailed.
London. King George presented
medals to heroes of Lusitania disas
ter. Officers and crew decorated.
Washington. Cadets at Annapolis
were dismissed, four suspended for
one year, and 15 were turned back to
next lower class as result of hazing
investigations at naval academy.
Liverpool. While Star liner Baltic
arrived from New York today.
New York. Salvatore Gaglio of
Brown & Gagio, manufacturers of
women's skirts at 512 6th av., was
beaten to death by thieves last night
at home a few hours after physicians
had tol dhim that he had only short
time to live.
Madrid. Spanish steamer Millan
Carrisco, foundered off Laurca on
Thursday. Reported entire crew lost.
New York. Submarine fever is
spreading. Police Commissioner
Woods now wants submarine coppers
to work along river fronts diving
New York. Eight sticks of dyna
mite supposedly found on the Si
cula American line pier turned out to
be eight rolls of bandages, marked
"forty per cent", medicated.
Pittsburgh. Largest payroll since
October, 1911, ,was handled by banks
in payment of Wages for September.
Largely for work on war orders. $50,