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can that wants to, even if he has -to
get a morning paper route and hold
it It will keep him home nights.
And as sure as his flashlight lights
up the dark gangways and stairs on
his morning paper route, so surely
will hard work light up his path to
the secret of wealth, health and hap-
piness. Melbert L. Staley, 3234
- Mrs. Edith Wright filed answer to
husband's cross bill for divorce. De
Inies intfixication and extravagance
BITS OF NEWS
Chief Healey told Capt. Collins of
loop district to watch fox trot-clubs.
Get acquainted with your police
man is slogan sent out by co-operators
who are trying to curb crime.
State's Att'y Maclay Hoyne lays
much of city's crime to paroled con
victs. Hans Nelson, Branchville, Wis., will
not come to Ghicago to get drunk
again. This one cost him $80.
Joe Nolan, 6, 604 W. 43d, killed by"
auto of H. E. Goodman, 5753 Wood
SPORTY SID AND HIS PALS
KID'. VUrt NEVER WNNA
SHOW -TH' YELLOW OR
throw yp TH' WHITE.
FLAG. WHEN ONE OF
THESE FREE FOR ALL.
FROTH PARLOR FIGHTS
ON TH' FIELD OF BATTLE,
A BRAVE. -SOLDIER IS
ALWAYS TUM BE-FOONO
.WHERE TH' BULLETS ARE
way WITH you
ppev! -is it
suRe! ip Be where
TH' BULUETS AR& TH'
ITH ICKEST ' UNP6R TH'
IN MY LITTLE