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Tramp, tramp, tramp, the boys are
marching bacK from the border.
To what? Strike duty perhaps.
It was hot enough on the border
from a weather standpoint But rail
road strike duty may make it hot for
our soldier boys in another way.
Look out for a soar in the price of
butter and eggs' if the strike comes!
Every man Who is running for
office is singing his own little' song,
"Vote For Me. - v
Put a muzzle on your perp and
protect the children in your neigh
borhood. Eighteen were bitten by
Adolph Silver in giving himself up
to Chicago authorities says his broth
er Max had too many "Silver Threads
Among the- Gold" of other people.
Looks as if the time is fast com
ing when we wjll all 'appreciate our
little ol' interurban lines.
War news is forted to take' a back
seat .again in the newspapers of our
land. Everything is strike.
Jakey Loeb retained his title of
BOSS yesterday when the -school
board left the ousted teachers
We are glad to hear that Sup'f of
Schools Shoopis on the way to re
covery. .The majority of the school
board js still sick. Losbitis..
County Treasurer $tuckart threat
ens to give out a list of those who
are delinquent in their personal taxes.
Come ahead with it, Henry, we're
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
Aug. 31, 1734. A number of per
sons copvicted of infringing upon
the French government's ntonopoly
of the manufacture of salt were sen
tenced to exile" in the province of
fielder Walsh from Macks, part of
deal whereby Connie got Catcher
Haley from Buffalo, in which Boston
has an interest.
Ichiya Kumagae, Jap -tennis star,
was eliminated in the national tour
ney at Forest Hills by George Church
in straight sets. All stars in the
tourney came through their games
easily. Mcixmghnn snowed some of
his old form in downing Kenneth
Hawks of San Francisco.
Charlie White weighs 136
pounds with three days to get down
'to the 135-pound limit This is big
weight for the Chicagoan and he
should have no trouble reducing.
The added poundage should make
White a tougher bird than, he, has
ever been before, as he will have
more reserve to call upon over the
long route. White is boxing nine
rounds daily and the high altitude
does not seem to affect him.
Welsh is also acclimated, and -in
practice has exhibited all the speed
he ever possessed. Welsh, is doing
considerable boxing, using up a flock
of sparring partners each day.
Johnny Dundee was too fast for
Joe Welling in New York and got the
newspaper verdict -after ten rounds.
Welling landed some stinging blows,
but usually the Italian .was able to
deliver and.-get clear before the Chi
cagoan could set,himself.
1 Young .Herman, a former boxer
and trainer m Chicago, has taken
over the management of Eddie Rea
gan, a former amateur boxer who
has now .turned professional He
would like to hook him' up with any
of the Boys from 126 to 130 lbs., pre
ferably Young Cherry, Vincent Ket
chell or Young Spike Kelly. Young
. Herman can be found" at 1534 S. Pau
lina st, or phone Canal 6545, Young
o o "
DANGERS OF EATING
-Jos. Sary, a rigger at BetHehem
steel works, fractured his left leg
between a plate and a roll. Strouds-
burg, Pa., Daily Timea .. -'
There are-about 4,(XJ0 islands in
the Japanese archipelago and they
make up a territory four times ibex
size -of Pennsylvania " , ; ; -,i