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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
MY KINGDOM FOR A SEAT,
By Jim Manee
We know lots of places where boule
Where parkways are built on the
Where green grass is growing fast
under the sun,
And where fojks in buzz buggies
We've been to these places when we
were right tired;
They're fine for a stroll in the eve.
These parkways that run between all
the big parks
Should get lots of praise, we be
lieve. But just for a fling, there is one little
That's lacking Say, haven't you
That when In these parkways you'd
like it a lot
If they'd only put benches around?
P. S. The parks themselves are
fine, but seats along the parkways
would make said parkways a lot
more to be appreciated.
O'HARA SCENTS COUNTING-OUT
Lieut. Gov. Barratt O'Hara be
lieves he is being counted out in his
battle for votes with' Henry W. Hutt
mahn, his anti-union labor opponent
He says he has evidence that in cer
tain "precincts of the First ward' the
vote counted for Huttmann exceed
ed the total vote cast in those pre
cincts. For instance, in one precinct
O'Hara says the canvassers counted
176 votes for Huttmann and 2 for
O'Hara, while the total vote in the
precinct showed only 150. He took
his complaint to Chief Clerk Denis J.
Egan of the election board, who
agrw to 4UertJc the ggyjuqpfe
E. W. Stewart will address Interna
tional Ne"w Thought Fellowship in
Hall 20, Masonic Temple, Sunday,
11 a. 'm. Subject, "Wishing and
Willing." Music in charge of H. A.
H. Percy Ward lectures Sun., 11 ,
a. m., Corinthian hall, Masonic Tem
ple, on1 "The Catholic Church and
Universalist Church of the Re
deemer, Rob ey and Warren av. Fred
A. Monroe, minister. Subject, "The
Christian Temperament" 10:45 a. m.
Northwest Side Y. P. S. L. to hold
Bunco party and dance at 2725 Divi
sion, 8 p.m. tonight. Refreshments.
Garden party and rebel gathering!
at Liberty hall, 2941 Indiana av:,
Sun., Sept 17, 2 d. m. Prqminent
speakers. All kinds bf entertainment
Chi. Co-operative ass'n meets
Sun., 10:30 a. m., at 162 N. Dear
born, Room 310. Everybody invited.
Michael Michnjuk, head of.the pri
xate bank of Michniuk & Son, 1361
S. Union at, which closed its doors
Thursday owing $45,000, gave him
self up to State's Att'y Hoyne today.
He said he had been hiding on a
farm near Chicago.
Hoyne last night issued notice that
if Michniuk did not Bhow up at his
office today, detectives would be put
on his trail
NEW YORK STOCKS Steel in a
new high.. Market active and strong.
Showers and warmer tonight; Sun
day mostly cloudy with cooler by
afternoon or night; fresh southwest
winds tonight, shifting to northwest
Sunday. Temperature Friday: High,
9j JOW W m