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Wm. Mrwcziuaki, 2947 Farrell, closed
for Sunday violations.
500 citizens gathered at Jones' hall,
75th and Coles av., to protest against
deadly grade crossing of the L C.
Dr. C. H. Spencer, Los Angeles, ad
dressing Osteopathic ass'n, said that
schools are disease breeders, especial
ly portable rooms.
475 conventions held in Chi. dur
ing 1915, bringing 40Q.000 visitors
who spent $12,000,000, according to
Ass'n of Commerce.
Reported to be unusually heavy
demand for commercial telegraph op
erators. The lecture which John Cowper
Powys several days ago refused to
deliver at the Hebrew institute be
cause the institute had stiffled free
dom of speech was given last night
at West Side auditorium.
Baby Laub, defective month-old
baby whose life was saved by opera
tion by Dr. Max Thorek, American
hospital, will be given new ear and
perhaps hearing by another opera
tion. According to Louise Osborne Rowe,
department of public welfare has
listed a number of jobs for women,
especially bookkeepers, stenograph
ers and typists.
WEATHERING THE WEATHER
OVER A BARRELL OF PRUNES
"(With Cy and Rufe in Hiram Jenkins
"Blamed col', ain't it?"
"Mus' be near the zero mark."
"Lot's a sickness, ain't they?"
"Wife's sick. Got grip. Kid's got
ta runnin' nose cold. 01' man's full
a gout and ol' mare has horse ail
ments." "Tha' so? The ol' woman is on
'ex - feet at my place, but the kids
ain't got no pep. It's the dern split
"That's a fac. One day warm as
kin be. Next day colder then billy-be-dinged.
Blamed hard to keep
"This kinda weather ought to stick
"Too dern cold. Burns up the kin
dlin' like blazes."
"That's a fac', but it oughta cut
down the ailings of the kids and the
women folks. Steady cold weather's
"better'n switchin'-about weather."
"Guess you're right, Rufe Every
body's been a kickin' bout not havin'
steady cold. Now we got it and
everybody'ill be kickin'. Can't please
some folks, kin ya?"
"Dern hard, Coy. When you think
of the women folks and the kids, and
all the sickness, we oughta be glad
to have it real ginger cold outside.
It's blamed good for 'em. Better'n
sloppy weather, I'll wager."
"I ain't got no kick comin'. Glad
to see it good and cold. It'll be good
for stoppin' sickness."
"That's correct, Cy. Ever'body
oughta be thankful and not kick.
But, I'm goin' along and get my kids
and the ol' lady bundled up and get
'em out in some real weather."
Ain't it a fact? We have all been
asking for real cold winter weather.
Now we've got it. Don't start your
little hammer going! This sort of
cold is a blamed good cold. It's got
sloppy weather backed off the map.
TELL HOW THEY MADE GOOD
Judge Uhlir of the morals court
paroled 165 girls last week. Yester
day was "return day," the day all the
girls come back and tell him how
they are getting along. One girl re
ported tht "she was back on the farm
with mother and was being good."
Another told the judge that it was
easy to be straight since the court
got her a job paying he? $10 a week,