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OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
MRS. TRUE, BCFORe. I coxxwf
TOWN 1 WOUt-T S0GGC3T THAT
yoj GeT busy and o- a sit
FOP. THS Country, Too. CajhY
Mot knit some socks i-
ToR THe oLoiens
PRECISELY UJHAT I
1NTEKJD TO DO. Yes-
tcrimy i pa ib &6s:
fob y4rn, and ths
K'ntttinIG circle ivill.
Meer here eveRY
&eNtNX5 UNTIL. THC
Skh is uses. up.
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GOOD-BYE, FREE LUNCH!
The South Side Saloonkeepers'
ass'n decided to taboo free lunch yes
terday in a meeting at Woodlawn
hall, 6304 Cottage Grove -av. High
cost of food was given as the cause
The saloonkeepers are expected to
get behind an ordinance introduced
into the council at its last regular
meeting by Aid. John Kennedy, which
provides that every free lunch count
er must have an attendant. This
would put free lunch out of business
except in the, loop.