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country he thinks he is coming to
the land of the free. Is it freedom
when a man can be told what he
shall and shall not join? Joseph B.
Roche, Sec'y Local 15,102.
HURT IN CRASH WITH WAGON
Susan Willa, 23, Congress hotel,
was severely injured when a Tribune
delivery wagon hit her automobile at
12th and Michigan av. yesterday. She
was thrown into the windshield 6t
the car. The Trib wagon was driven
by R. Swartz, 3409 Vernon-av.
Clatskanie, Ore., will rent out its
city jail, which has not been occu
pied for a year.
HAIL, HAIL,' THE GANG'S ALL HERE!
One of life's little miracles: Danc
ing in step to the music of that "li'l
ol' Joimen ban'."
What's become of the good old
fashioned waltz and two-Btep?
There's much we should be thank
And much to 'predate.
There are good reasons by the score
Why we should all elate.
Expressing feelings oft is tough,
And yet with vig and vim
We thank the weatherman a lot
For Sunday's bully swim.
NNow the fellows who have
been kicking about chilly weath
er know what it is to really
Be it ever so humble, there is noth
ing like home-made pie.
IN ONE REEL
Scene: Kitchen of "Home, Sweet
Heroine: Mrs. McCarthy with roll
ing pin in hand.
Hero: Old Man McCarthy, with a
Time: Two bells.- -
Music: "You're a Dangerous Girl."
Curtain; Nuf Ced.
Recently Chicago had a Baby
Week. What's the idea? Every
week ought to be baby week.
Just as every day ought to be
Mother's day, instead of just one
day in the year.
Cause for silence: "Who threw
Chicago jumping-off place: A
spring board out on the lake
Indoorshorts: B. V. D.'s. (Thanks
to J. M. S.)
We wish we knew of a home where
the stork was going to bring the last
one of a quartet tomorrow. Then
we could say that Mr. and Mrs. So-and-so
have good cause to celebrate
Since the troops began to move the
bell in the shooting gallery rings
more often than ever.
"Over the back fence" gossip
causes more divorces than cru
elty, non-support and infidelity.
It makes you sore: Rain on a double-header
Interlocutor I understand you
got your flannel suit out of the pawn
brokers the other day, Mr. Bones.
Mr. Bones Yes, but I can't wear it
any more; it's too short.
Inter. How's that?
Mr. B. I guess it shrunk from be
ing in soak so long.
The man who gets up first in the
morning can get his vegetables right
cheap out of his neighbor's garden.
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