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tell others aboutit, as I dm sure there
is no one who would not be glad to
know of it and there are probably
many wha would be-gratef ul to know
of this firm or whatever it is who
have ways and means of locating
your doctor with no trouble to you
and with no loss of time. The best
part of it is that this bureau is free.
Hoping this letter will aid your
readers . in their trying moments
should" you see fit to give it little
space in your wonderful paper. A
constant reader-and admirer. L. B.
KNITTERS APPEAL TO MEN AND
WOMEN TO JOIN UNION
The Knitters' union, which was
formerly Local 891, United Textile
Workers of America, is moving along
satisfavtcfrily in its work of reorgan
ization. About 10 per cent of the
trade has already joined.
Meetings will be' held Tuesday
nights at Workers' institute, . 920 S.
Ashland blvd. Tonight election of
officers and appointment of commit
tees wilhtake place.
About 80 per cent of the trade are
womenj while over half of the mem
bers of the. new organization are
men. Organization boosters are es
pecially appealing to women and
girl Workers to join!! Until the first
of the year initiation fee will be only
PLAN ON FOOD COST FIGHT
A mass meeting will be held at the
Clark school, 13th and Ashland blvd.,
tonight to protest against the- high
cost of livingl Many organizations
were represented at a joint meeting
held last night at 1114 S. Halsted, at
which plans for the fight on food cost
Friday night a mass meeting will
be held at Hertzel school, Douglas
blvd. and Central Park av. Speakers
at tonight's and Friday night's meet
ings will, be: Aid. Rodriguez, Adolph
Germer, H, Wilson, Morris BakaL
Morris Seskins and Samuel Agur-sky.-
Even the .undertakers are raising
prices.' Now aren't you glad you're
not a cat with nine lives to lose?
Would you call the quitting of
Healey late news? It took him a
long time to do it.
"Wax My Husband, Woman In
sists." New York Headline.'
Well, it's a blamed sight better than
pickling. Though the hubby himself
would probably prefer to get pickled.
Detroit tnd Cleveland, just like
Chicago,' aren't satisfied with the
congestion of their business districts.
They're talking subways, so more
people can get- downtown..
Gen. Joffre, generalissimo of the
allied armies, is to join the Tinker-Healey-Taft-Roosevelt
the latest to be slated for ousting.
The above outfit sure took the ex
out of exit and tacked it on the front
of their titles. In the spelling only
does that leave them "it."
"We are still waiting for the warm
weather that the weather man pro
mised us for last Sunday.
Sneeze, dug gunnit, sneeze. The
jolt it gives your old head may kill
lot of germs.
I Dear Editor:
Kindly tell 1
M me how to geb m
Answer: Photograph women orrfy.