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ALL 'ROUND TOWN!
A conductor on a Madison street
car told us that the company was
contemplating putting all closed
door cars on the line, for the winter
time at least At present only
"through" cars have closed doors.
.."It would please the conductors
very much if the company would do
this," said the con. "It would mean
a lot more work for the men, in the
opening and shutting of doors, but
on the other hand, the closed doors
would keep considerable warmth in
the cars.. ( Passengers as well as con
ductors would benefit tHerefrom.
Hence we are for the closed-door car,
in spite of the extra work."
That's a good fair way for a con
ductor to look at it
A gent who lives out on Marshfield
y av. was fined five bucks for whipping
his 4-months'-old baby.
"Spare the rod and save the
child," old man.
' . In Berlin they are having a war
on humanity and the price of meat
. goes down.
In U. S. we are having a so-called
war on the price of meat and the vi
s tality of humanity 'goes down.
Gov. Ralston of Indiana says he
will retire to 'private life after his
- present term is up.
We know of a lot of politicians
who will retire to private life for a
while after the coming election is
About the only thing that flirting
seems to get men is "in wrong."
' Well, by gosh, we're still getting a
loaf of bread for a jitney.
Pity the flat janitor from now on.
W "Hello! Is this James? Well we
haven't had a bit of heat in our
apartment since morning. It's freez
ing up here."
Wonder how many hours per day
C. E. Hughes works. Eight or less?
It begins to look very much as if
the Boston Red Sox are the only Sox
' that are going to prove all silk and a
It takes a lot of nerve to wear a
straw hat these days.
One we saw Tuesday was so black
it looked like a derby. And the gent
got by with it. H. M. C.
WOMEN CONDEMN "PATRIOTS"
WHO SEND WHEAT TO.EUROPE
That particular bunch of "patriots'
who- are exporting to Europe all the
wheat they can grab, boosting prices
of bread, wneat ana flour in Ameri
ca, were condemned yesterday by
members of the Woman's Ass'n of
Commerce, in convention at the Au
'ditorium hotel. The ladies were
studying the threatened bread price
Congress and the president will
get a piece of their mind, the ladies
decided. A resolution will be for
warded to both today.
Several baking experts hired by
the big bakingfirms tried to con
vince the women that the bakers
could fiot afford to put out the nickle
DENIES HE'S "MRS. CEPHART"
Att'y "James Ward, who holds.
$2,000,000 worth of property deeded
to him by Millionaire James Morri
son, denied that he was the "Mrs.
Gephart," whose name is signed to
several notes and receipts held by
Judge Landis. He insists that she
had numerous dealings with Morri
son, but that he doesn't know where
Judge Landis is trying to find put
what became of the Morrison millions.
RICE IN SALADS
Cold rice, particularly that which
is cooked so that the grains are sep
arate, is a good addition to vegetable
salads, combining well with celery,
string beans and tart apple. If one
wishes, some chicken cut in small
pieces also can be added.