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A lot of bloomin' baseball dubs
Are out for Cincy's ruin.
Welcome home, you Tinker's Cubs!
Let's pull for every bruin!
Next fall a new gas Tateordinance
will be passed by council.
And, in the meantime, the gas co.
will hand out a lot of hot air free of
There should be an asylum for
folks who are "crazy" about speed
ing in autos.
Children in the streets to a speed
ing auto are like ten pins to a bowl
Only too often the children never
get up again.
Oscar Heineman, boss of a silk
mill, has organized a ball team at his
plant to play in the Chicago Manu
Os is the fella who had steen bot
tles of Bromo Seltzer on the shelf of
a toilet in his shop.
He gives the Bromo for nothin' to
toilers who have worked themselves
into a headache.
You can see that Os is a good
sport all the way around. What?
There was a riot in South Chicago
over poor service of Chicago Surface
We feel called upon to state that
there are no riots needed on the ma
jority of the West Side car lines.
Service, so letters to The Day Book
tell us, has picked up in the past
There is a custom amdng eastern
races of sticking coins on a bride
Then why do folks say: "Go west,
my son, go west."
Here it has been leap year for near
And we haven't read a sensation
ally slushy "will you be mine, Char
Why so backward, girls?
City prosecutor filed 16 suits charg
ing violations ofJBje. prevention-code. ,
THERE WAS LIVER NEWS THAN
THE TRUST PRESS PRINTED
The trust press this morning
thought their readers would be much
more interested in the car census
which is going to determine for the
traction commission exactly how the
majority of people go to and from
their work than about a riot which
occurred at 93d st and Cottage Grove
av. when car after car passed, refus
ing to stop and take on passengers.
Yesterday the supervisors began
to check up on the Indiana av. car
line to prepare the first instalment
of a report costing something like
$200,000 to tell Chicagoans whether
or not they need subways and to bet
ter the service generally.
The through route No. 5 cars,"
which carry passengers from the loop
to South Chicago, are always crowd
ed and out around 93d street people
sometimes wait a half hour before a
motorman will stop and let them on.
Last night the men got tired of wait
ing and as the cars passed, only 3
minutes apart, they were showered
Capt Nootbaar of South Chicago
station has detailed a special number
of policemen on Cottage Grove av.
between 5:30 and 6:30 each evening.
Aid. Block, representing the ward
in which this occurred, has ordered
the traction bureau of the depart
ment of public service to investigate.
PLAN BIG CLEAN UP
Chicago's spring cleaning will be
gun April 23. Members of the Chi
cago Clean Up and Paint Campaign
committee are urging all citizens to
help along the good work by remov
ing garbage from cellars, attics,
backyards and areaways and placing
it where it will be removed by the
city uthorities. Plenty of soap and
water and fresh air and sunlight are
prescribed as a remedy for unsani