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I BELIEVE rqarriage gives as
much -(perhaps even more) chance
to develop a wife's individuality
as any other field of activity. The
tremendous responsibilities of
marriage if. taken seriously must
develop character like nothing
else in this world.
THEY'RE ALL GLAD OF IT.
James B". Hogarth has been sep
arated from his job with the Chi
cago Railways Co.
Hogarth was made general su
perintendent of the company in
order to cut expenses.
He certainly did cut expenses.
He also cut the bread from the
mouths of many conductors, and
motormen. He also imposed a
system of rules and regulations
all in the interests of economy
that made life a burden to the
So obnoxious did Hogarth's
general superintending become
that the conductors' and motor
mens' union threatened a strike
unless he were removed.
President Roach then "remov
ed" Hogarth. But he didn't re
move him far. He changed his
title from general superintendent
to "statistician," and 'Hogarth
went on general superintending
and trying to get revenge on the
union men who had declared
He got a good deal of revenge.
He got ohn Fitzgerald, Peter
Needham, Henry L. Beach, divis
ion superintendents,- and C. A.
Livingston, assistant to President
Fitzgerald had been with the!
company 38 years and Needham
But Hogarth showed his par
ticular friend, Henry A. Blair,
chairman of. the board of direc
tors of the Chicago Railways Co.,
where they could be "done with
out." So these men of long and faith
ful service, who had dared take
the side of the unions against Ho
garth's czarlsm, were fired.
And then President Roach got
busy. He discovered where he
could "do without" Hogarth, and
so Hogarth is without a job to
day, and there's a whole' lot of
plain, ordinary conductors and
motormen who are blamed glad
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Hubby I have a present for,
you and it's for your neck.
Wifey Oh, it must be a pearl
Hubby Nope! It's a bar of
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