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i 500 SO. PEORIA ST.
TEL. MONROE 353
I Vol-1, No5 Chicago, Tuesday, Jan. .16, '191,2 One-Cent
fi xiiuiii lAJJUNQj PKUFISSSIUJUAI, WOMEN OJF THE
From left to. right Rev. Susanna Harris, Chicago preacher;
Mrs. Belva Lockwood, the woman lawyer of Washington, who
secured passage by congress of a bill giving women government
employes equal pay for equal work; Dr. Mary Walker, famous
WOW! PRICE OF BUTTER
Not dismayed "by the govern
ment4nvestigatiQn of it as a
trustjrfie Elgin Butter Board,
with xaVgless' abandon, boosted
the price of.buttec4 cents, yester-"
day, making the cost to the retail
or 40 cent's, the highest price the
board has ever fixed.
The consumer; in whom no one
is interested but himself, will
have to edge up 50 cents terse
cure a pound of the necessity.
.Whether the consumer likes it or