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United States' treasury tells us
every man, woman and child should
Hey! Somebody's got $39.16 of
Now our millionaires can easily
figure up and see what big hogs they
Can you imagine foot-weary sol
diers shouting: "Hurrah! Spring has
And yet it probably is much nicer
to be shot in the spring than in the
Life's main little handicap for the
housewife in the morning is her
Comes a story from Vincennes,
Ind., that Walter Dillon's mule rode
in an auto.
'Snothing; We've known of lots of
mules who have DRIVEN autos!
Only we don't call 'em mules.
Villa's favorite toast for the past
Eat, drink and be leary, for tomor
row we may get shot.
Every vacant window in town will
be plastered with political mugs
when politics really begins to boom.
That's one reason a candidate can
truthfully say: "I will clean up the
Because they always tear down the
posters of officeseekers after election
Harry K. Thaw is in again. But it
looks as if he will thaw out.
Some lady is suing him for divorce.
Horrors! And Harry has long since
picked as his favorite song
"Good-by, Girls, I'm Through."
They's found a substitute for "gas"
To cut the cost by far.
But why tell us about this feat?
We haven't got a car.
TO DISCUSS PICKET RIGHTS
Samuel Gompers, president of tile
American Federation of Labor, will
preside at a conference to be held in
Chicago, May 28, to discuss the right
to picket strike-bound factories and
Gompers says he has a bill along
the lines of the Clayton act which
will protect the unions by prohibiting
the issuance of injunctions in labor
disputes and legalize picketing.
The decision of the appellate court
against peaceful picketing will not
be appealed to the supreme court In
stead an attempt will be made to
pass this law through the legislature.
GIRL MAY DIE BLAMES MAN
FOR HER TAKING POISON
After a tour through loop cafes
and a night spent in the Hotel Nor
mandie on Wabash av., Carolyn Kis
ter, a nurse, lies dying- in the Wash
ington Park hospital from poison
which she took to hide her shame.
She blames Wm. Callahan, a brok
er connected with the Pugh Terminal
Co., for her ruin. In a statement yes
terday she said that Callahan took
her for a ride in his auto, bought
her intoxicating drinks, forced some
liquid into her throat while in the
auto and then -kept her in the Nor
mandie hotel all night.
BUT DON'T GET ACQUAINTED
WITH ANY OUTSIDERS
New York, April 15. "Don't be
ashamed of your arms and legs Get
acquainted with them. You are far
more immodest in evening clothes
than you would be in breeches."
That argument, backed up by dem
onstration by Miss Anna Higgins,
turned" the tide, and today the Amer
ican Woman's League for Self De
fense is decided in favor of adopting
the garb of male soldiers.
SUBMARINE SINKS A SHIP
Washington, April 15. The Aber
deen barge Invedlyon, Portland, Ore.,
to Limerick, Ireland, was sunk by
gunfire April 11, but two Americans
aboard her escaped safely. Some f
the crew were lost,