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tente, so she walked disdainfully out
or tae office.
Outside she sniffed indignantly,
"Everybody in the world is the
same," she declared to the atmos
phere. "They are only interested in
their own hobbies and don't care a
1 hang about the things I am interest-
ed in. I'm glad I'm not selfish."
After yesterday's siln we can af
ford to forgive. the, weather man for
the long run of rotten weather.
Tomorrow is slated for the open
ing o the Chicago beaches. Splash
Wejare still wondering what wom
en's lathing suits are going to look
iikb iiis season.
Noskirts should make the women
folks look shorter and the men folks
Wfcen you figure on who's going
10 oejcne next president it might be
worn1 while taking into account the
vote 6f 1912:
Wilwn, 6,293,019; Roosevelt, 4,119,
507; Taft, 3,484,956.
And then add what has happened
since land you will still be up in the
air 'a pit!
Fev( easier ways of slipping and
Sliding through life than some of the
Thay toil not. Neither do they
spin. Except in autos.
A poor man doesn't care much
about, essays telling hiw how
healthy it is to walk.
People who write those things gen
erally do it so they can buy autos.
It's a tribute to Chicago's boys to
see so many squirrels and birds about
,an! the city.
u' A,singing robin is worth a hundred
Frit7 Sandin, 62C N. Dearborn,
. found dead in room. Believed to
fcave shot- self.
Joe Coopedge found diamond ring
.ana, gave it to woman mend. Mrs,
Reta Meyerowitz, 5402 Woodlawn'
av., recovered her property. Lost it.
Police had trouble betting name of
2 Italian youngsters, lost watching
parade, who didn't believe in giving
their right names to patrolmen.
Mrs. Lottie Hopkins, 10 N. Camp
bell, bride 6 months, tried to take
gas. "Husband cruel"
HELPING ARRANGE "WALKLESS"
MRS. DAVfD O'MEIt
The "walkless parade" which suf
fragists of the National American
Women Suffrage ass'n will stage
in St. Louis during the Democratic
convention, starting June 14, is being
planned by prominent St. Louis suf
fragists and society women. Among
these, Mrs. O'Neil is taking an im
portant part She is raising the
money for the demonstration.