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Council put the lid on grown folks
eating grub after 1 a. m.
And some selfish milk merchants
nearly put the lid on babies eating at
Judge Kohlsaat rules that the crty
cannot force the removal of the Mar
ket street stub' of the "L" road.
Some court months ago ruled that
same "L" road should elevate their
tracks out in Austin and Oak Park.
The "L" road didn't do it, and they
got away with it
Why can't the city go ahead and
tear down that homely stub and also
get away with it?
City counoil praised the work of
Dr. Sachs at the Friday afternoon
That's often the case giving a
man .his due praise after it is too late
to do him any good.
Everybody in ol' Chi. who has the
space to do it should have a flower
garden this year.
Make Chicago the flower city of the
Then maybe with a lot of the wind
of this windy city blowing out
The aroma of the flowers might
drown out the sweet aroma of the
But what a pity!
Aid. Block kicked to council about
dirtiness of Cottage Grove av. cars.
That gives us an opening to men
tion that Madison st cars deserve
praise for usual cleanliness.
Give every street car its dues.
Stick to that itchy wearing apparel
awhile yet folks.
The weather man says we are still
in the path of some snow.
If somebody would give us an auto
mobile we would take a spin on Chi
It we could afford to buy gasoline.
Gas has gone so high it hasn't ben
zene by a good many folks for some
Cliff Sterrett has- rung in some
youngsters in his "Polly and Her
Pals" pictures in the American.
And they make the comics blamed
POOR OLD BEARS
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Miss Anita Allen
Palo Alto, Cal. Touching at Es
kimo town on the north coast of
Alaska, where the natives have never
seen a white woman, Miss Anita Al
len, a Stanford university junior, will
spend the summer on a hunting and
fur trading expedition in the polar
Starting from Nome, Alaska, early
in July, the boat will cross the Arctic
circle. It will go as far north as
Banksland, an island lying off the
north coast of Canada. The captain
of the vessel is Louis L. Lane, Miss
Allen's uncle. Last year his boat was
frozen in and he was forrced to walk
400 miles before reaching civiliza
tion. Miss Allen will write impressions gf
her trip for various magazines, a.
motion picture operator will accompany-the
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