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periences along this line were of so
serious character that they would
leave nothing more of my friend, Mr.
Hot Head, than his shoe soles if
these are extra heavy. Good Active,
P. O. Box 250.
PLAN BIG WORK FOR APRIL 10
BOYS' JOB DAY. '
May&r Wm. Hale Thompson at re
quest of Boys' Brotherhood Republic
proclaimed Tuesday, April 10, Boys'
Job-Day. The Brotherhood sent
8,000 cards to different boys, telling
them df their opportunities on this
Last year on Boys Job-Day 713
jobs were "secured. This year near
1,000 boys may be placed. Mayor
Thompson said in his proclamation:
"The organization is well estab
lished and has done a great deal of
good, receiving commendation from
many public-spirited men and wom
en.' As a means of encouraging the
boys in their work, I would request
all employers who fiad it possible to
assist the boys by jnforming the or
ganization of any vacancies that may
exist Their office is 1818 Kepublfc
bldg. Tel. Harrison 5.70.
i o o
WESTBROOK TO QUIZ MARRIED
MEN IN YERION CASE
In spite of the fadt that Cap't Thos.
Meagher of the Cottage Grove av.
station had questioned the two "re
spectable business men" who toot
Meda Yerion on a joy ride a few
hours before her death in-aa alley
off 31st st, First Deputy Sup't oi Po
lice Westbrook is going to give them
another grilling today. He said he
would probably not reveal their
names because they are married.
Policeman Frank Cullett, on whose
beat the brutal murder was commit
ted, declared he saw two man and a
. woman come out of the alley where
Meda's body was found just about
the time the girl was slain. They
got into an auto and drove off.
OH, GOODY! BILL'S COM1N'
Bv Jamas Austin Murrav
Billy Sunday says: "New York is
hell." He also said the same about
Chicago, and at another time he said
to an interviewer in an unguarded
moment "that Chicago always seem
ed like home." The satanic choir will
HOME, SWEET HOME!
Oh, Bill is coming home with bells;
The news is sad enuf ;
And now I wonder wotinhell's
The need of his hot stuff?
Some ministers and money-men
. Seem glad to have him come,
Although he cusses now an' then,
Like any sodden bum.
Bill has his own vernacular,
And loves to rant and yell
He's strong for things spectacular
And glowing words lykell.
Thevery devil he insults,
And roots and rips and rams;
Just so his bank boqk shows result
He cares not whohe slams.
Oh, goody, Bill is coming home;
It might not be so bad;
Dith his red-hots and lots of foam,
Chicago won't be sad!
Mental depression caused by strain
of war is believed responsible for the
unusual number Qf suicides reported
at the coroner's office today.
Carl Adalon, 47, 519 N. St Louis
av., shot himself. Died at St Anne's
Kozinizsz, 45 hung self in base
ment of his home, 1721 S. Jefferson--
Paul Bozdqr, Harvey, shot self, ac
cording to police repOrt.
Leon Coopsworth, 60, found dead
from gas in room, 1618 Indiana av.
Unknown man found dead in
rooming house on Fullerton av., near