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powerful fact among your friends,
and even enemies, for housewives
could rule the business world, which
is all there is to.this life. E. H. Web
DISAGREES ON SPOONING. To
Mr. Jacobson: I shouldn't imagine a
girl would be distant, vindictive or
suspicious at 25. I should imagine
she would be broad-minded, and, hav
ing known workaday life, would be
more sympathetic. In shorty be more
fitted for marriage, for she would be
ready to settle down. These girls
who marry young, say 1719, don't
know what they are going into. They
should go on enjoying themselves for
a year or so anyway, for marriage is
a business, and a pretty serious busi
ness at that.
I am not struggling for a bank ac
count particularly, but to make
something of myself, and I sharf't
have to marry for spite or a home.
Yes, heartaches, etc., are the lot
of the best of us. But it takes a lit
tle rain with the sunshine you know.
I'll bet you are wrong, for if any
one idealizes me,. I don't know about
it and I was stating a fact, not ex
While it would be sort of nice, I'll
admit, I do hope no one idealizes me,
for I am human and I know it must
hurt to have one's ideals all smashed
In conclusion, I want to thank you
for yqur kind advice. I shall still, dis
agree with you on the spooning ques
tion, however. A. C. R.
DEFENDING ABE HOLZMAN
I think a large majority of men tip
their hats merely because it is the
prevailing custom and not for any
respect tfiey may have for the other
sex, and are in reality the ones with
the defective heads which should be
examined at once.
What has become of the once' fa
mous bow so popular about 20 years
ago? Who would think of bowing to
a young lady on the street today?
Still, the bow was just as popular
then as hat tipping is now.
I believe the present hat-tipping
system is one of the greatest nui
sances there is, for I liave never
tipped my hat to any mortal living.
The man that tips his hat because
everybody else does it ought to have
his thinking apparatus overhauled
by an expert in order to do himself
and others justice. Morris Tinsky.
THE LIQUOR SITUATION. Are
Chicago saloonkeepers joining the
A notice was placed in the help's
hall of the Hotel Bismarck that all
waiters must join the Hawthorn
club. The Hawthorn club is organ
ized by the Hotel and Restaurant
Keepers', ass'n and is expected to be
used to fight against organized labor.
Similar instructions have been re
ported given at the North American,
Hotel Sherman,. Hotel La SaHe and
Chicago Waiters' ass'n, Local No.
7, is 'affiliated with the American
Federation of Labor and with the
United Sdcities, and these two or
ganizations make it possible for the
above-mentioned saloons to keep in
The United Societies is composed
mostly of trade union and other liberty-loving
Tha trade union movement alone
stands out aaginst all thexpowers of
despotism and thus is responsible for
what little liberty man still is, enti
Eitel Bros, are in the wholesale
liquor business and are the owners
of the Hotel Bismarck.
Trade unions are able to stop Ei
tel's and everybody else's saloon
business as soon as they declare
themselves to be at war with these
The war is already on, only' it has
been declared by one side only. The
trade unions are still waiting for the
arrival of one ounce of intelligence)
on the part of these whisky sellers.
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