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At. last -we know what Mrs. P. Palmer is going to do about that fund she has been hanging on to like grim death' for over 20 years. Mi's. P. Palmer is going to do as she darned pleases. Of course, that wouldn't be proper in the ordinary woman, but then Mrs. P. Palmer is much more than that. Mrs. P. Palmer is one of Chicago's, institutions. And, besides that, she is very rich. Which makes a difference, of course, in this democratic land of the free and home of the brave. Make way for royalty! If Mr. -Higginbotham and Mrs. Bowen don't watch out they'll get pinched for lese majeste. In the meantime, Mother Jones is locked up in a Colorado jail for hav ing the gall to want to help the cause of humanity. It is kind o' tough for Special Prosecutor North,up to have to mort gage his home to raise funds to keep up his work as special prosecutor. If the County Board won't give up the coin the fair thing for the Trib to do is to dig down in its jeans and settler with Northup. The Trib should make it a point to take care of its friends. Now that everybody appears to be satisfied, go ahead and build that union depot. In the meantime we notice that Rob Redfield, lawyer lobbyist for the Pennsylvania Railway, has bought a piece of land on South Canal street near Taylor. Bob ought to know a good real es tate investment when he knows what's going on. What a terrible nuisance children are. They actually get in the way of automobiles while roller-skating on Chicago streets. So the children must get off the streets. The boulevards, are for the exclu- PEOPLF AND THINGS sive use of autos and newspaper de livery vehicles. And if our boulevards didn't cost so much we might have playgrounds for the children. Some Washington women were so anxious to hear Margaret Wilson sing that they put on dark glasses and feigned blindness when she sang for the blind people. That listens like quite a high com pliment The. Department of Agriculture has put the kibosh on those thousand et ants that Mrs. Charles W. Morse wafi bringing to this country for her son to study.. That's too many ants for one per son to have, anyway. o o NO USE ASKING First Traveler And while at Monte Carlo did you play-roulette? Second Traveler Most certainly. First Traveler I'm sorry. I was going to ask you to lend me some money.