Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
jus be substituted for pie old G;. 0. P.
glee club in this campaign. '
Whenever Jakey Loeb, as head ot
the school board, gets a groueh on
people he -writes a rule and asks the
school board to pass it Loeb rules
Nos. 1 and 2 were aimed at the tak
ing away the jobs of all school teach
ers who have the courage to join an
organization. N9W comes Loeb
rule No. 3, aimed at giving the school,
board a more complete control over
what Loeb calls the "snobs," "wriat
watch ,boys" and "thieves" of the
Hyde ParkJiigh school. Students
who wish to transfer must, under the
new rule, get approval from the su
perintendent, recommendation from
1 school management committee and
concurrence by board action. After
turning these three corners and not
getting pinched, you're, on, and
you'reexpected to tell Loeb "Much
WOODROW WILSON CLUB
(Men and Women)
Women of the ' 21st ward have
asked The Day Book to publish the
We, the undersigned, desiring the
re-election of Woodrow Wilson, and
wishing to promote the same, sub
scribe our names hereto for mem
bership in the Woodrow Wilson club
of the 21st ward, it being understood
that in so doing we incur no finan
Name V .' '
Address , ..'.
Return to B. V. Pease, 1016 N.
Dearborn st, Chicago.
Meeting of the Woodrow Wilson
club at 1016 N. Dearborn st, 8 p.-m.t
Friday, "Sept 29, 1916. All invited.
Note To those living in other
wards than the 21st and desiring to
join the Woodrow Wilson club, kind
ly sign the above, inserting the num
ber of your-own ward, and it will be1
forwarded to the club in your ward.
SPITE MARRIAGE FAILS
f fifoni, , ' -
MM JOHN H.TY60H'
StamfordjConn. Because he had
quarreled with the woman he loved,
John H. Tyson, New York millionaire
motor enthusiast, married another
woman for spite and -now he's sorry.
Tyson's spite marriage proved a
failure after six days. His bride, who
was Miss Rose Exinor of New York,
was the third woman to start with
him onNa matrimonial journey
Tyson says Mrs. Olive Bass of
Stamford is the woman he "really
Mrs. Bass Is seeking divorce from
Alexander H. Bass, a student in
"Will you marry Mrs. Bass if you
get your freedom?" Tyson wag
"You never can tell what a Tyson
will do," he replied.
And many a young man doesn't
know he is in love until the girl in
the case hands him the information
in a diplomatic way.