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BER 15. 1920.
5 an iuvond-clssa matter June 24. 1555. Al The Dllllolllca It Chicago. Illinois, unnsr
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liuatlon ha‘ an. All
roman: n! the aulhu
Says . the
IN! "DU RE IENIBER THE DAYS
IJACIE IN THE DI“ DARK FAST
u llL25- ,
Allcartoons in the newspapers showed
the v.-orklngman wearing a small round
cap and carr)‘Inl: I. ‘tin dinner Pill with
an inverted coilea cup on the 3’
People bought stock in Mexican mines
and Mexican nroposltions and were
muchly envied by their neighbors?
Movie shows consisted only of scenes
ahowinz a group of people chasing some
one. and tumbling over Iences nd
ditches? ' av’
The Haynes Distillery Company 0
Troy, Ohio, advertised tour full quarts
of wliisky for $3.20. exvresa Dostpaid?
Farmers reaching Chicago were in-
duced by “sllcl.'ers" 1.0 go out to the Lake
Front to see the explosion. where they
were Ivveizled into 3 DennY‘mBlChlng
game and lost their rolls‘!
Twenty men. at 5 cents apiece. would
line up at carnivals about a strange
machine with when tor ‘the ears. called
a plmnozranll. and -hear "The l‘.avlnEB 01
McCullough?" ’ - '
Modern cltysti-en tars ran by asystem
in which n Cutch ver grabbed
lhru I nloc.onto aiumberlng cable?
Gum Paul was I. celebrllif
‘The “'orld's Fair contost Company"
a great. “Estimate Contest" with
335.001) in prizes. and estimates on the
attendant-e at th Fair selling Ior 25
cents apiece. less in large quantities?‘
The '1-(aymarkst riot in Chicago was
the onlyrexmtement along l. ‘V. ‘V. and
wondered whether the
be discovered 7
North Pole ever woul
Vvlien the women! magazlnei printed
menus showing how, 'fathel’. mother,
Iiunnah. Bill and little Josie could llvo
on 3i vcantl a day for the whole group‘!
lanky. 33.00 elc!‘l“AKlIle Lint: lbr Clalsllied. 35 canton
at the Chicago Ledger and The Saturday Blade combined
. > is h is by the Ledger severe to the Authorrlollowlnx Lllelr
"gnu "1 nu:ler.l<:’n‘:rcnr:"Vvarned anina: -reprinting than without nrst obtaining
gyroscopic. will have
word: per insertion for
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Ed1t0r-- ' .
Ii’ 50. PERXIAPS 1'01? ‘KILL STILL BE
ON THUS IDIBIORTAL TOADSTQOL
tvnEn'-- ’ - .
Labor will never be shown in a news-
-paper cartoon unless he has small
straw ligure or capital tied to his left
People will buy stock in mines and
propositions in the Staten: Mexico.
. . .a., and will e again muclily ren-
vied by their neighbors?
‘Movie shows will have perspective.
sound waves and color photography.
Whisky will sell for $100 a quart. and
will be advertised by w r oi’ mouth
City men visiting in the country will
be induced to go out to the north pas-
ture to see the five-legged call’, where -
they will belinvelgled into . a poker‘
game, and will wind up by losing their
shoes and signing a contract to ’work
one year In the Holds as hired hands.
and thus help to grow the-food that they
help to eat.
one hundred men. at 5 cents aplo-ce,
will take seats in an au itorlum and
hear the Grand Opera in New York City
or in Paris by wireless telephone.
Mr. Ilollert Cleveland. who occupies
the ofllce -to our right, will be A celebrity.
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The cable system for street cars may
.1-eturi-i,.only this time the car will be
one Wheel and
on .exDress schedules at 100
miles per hour.
‘ some wise man will run a lottery giv.
ing beans. potatoes and carrots for
prizes. and underpaid Government om-
clall will all load up on tickets sull-
TOIB. ' r
‘a may have a riot ‘to which 1lb8 Hay.
market affair will be merely a list fight
' etween loafers.
Mars will be talked .to daily by Earth
.by or enon-nous light signals.
placed on the Sahara dsser
The magazines will print Information
j!l'OVing how any one can be buried at
an expense at not less than 31.000.
The “l'ell-aw Kid was the comic tigure .Je.’t will get married and have n child.
ol'the do, ' rind Mutt’! son Cicero will supplant lllutt
V in the top strip or the comic page.
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"!.a)ve'3 Guilty Dream;" or, “.‘Ilie Idol "The .Devll's Own." a ‘rattling good
or the P.-vg;imeut," by Ardlenne Rou-
cnlle. ran in the Ledger?
. When the Czar was considered the
world‘: most awesome and mysterious
figure? ' .
A Frequent Crime.
“ Xf, 'SE TYIQ," laid I. detective. as he
presented himself at the door 0
A music academy. “but 1.hoi>e you‘il give
me bhat information you have and not
make utvy um-." 1 ‘ ..
"what do you mean?" was the indis-
"’VV'h,r. that little ailair. you know."
“I don’: undv.-rirtand."
"You see. we got a up from the house
hero to work on the case.
I 7. 7.
‘ < Sure!
EA(:llEl‘.--Nirtchea may be defined as
small hollow cuts. Now, Eddie, can
me a synonym for notches‘!
lo. the Tough-Nix, teacher; nixl
aerial by Randall Parrish. will run In
‘Va shall find the Czar living in I
faur-room, nave-heated hat It Sedgwick
and Oak streets. and toting home amar<
ket basket every night on the RlVSll!<
A .'Perfect Chesterfield.
“ JIAD A
‘Toll me about It."
‘"1 was standing near him in a barber
shop while a dark attendant was
applying the whisk hrnom. The i: -
tleman turned to me and said, ‘Excuse
4‘ HAIILEY, ‘dean?’ said young llirs.
Torlclns, "1 want you to keep out
‘'What‘s the reason? I might stand
as good in chanm an the next man."
"i don't think an. ad)‘ who is so
unhandy with a little thing like a lawn
mower would stand no Chan A: whatever
In oneratlng a steam roller." .
little experience this morn- .
t r I Hot Off the JokeSmith’sAnvil
> Brain Teasers.’
‘Behead agreeable and have 2!
Behead astandard of perfection and
e to distribute.
Behead tidy and have to devour.
4. Behead a color and have an article.
5. Curtail to be gentle and have a. piere
I ’ , r of Scotch clothin .
"How was the banquet?" 6. e ead not any and have a. single
“Fine. Father gave the toast to the amoun . .
ladies." ‘ 7. Behead a Weight and have a preposis
"He did, eh? That's just like him, let-
ting on to a, lot otother -womenthat he's
so and considerate when he
wouldn‘t make toast for me in the morn-
ings it my head was splitting open."
5! ‘ ,
Dllferelice 0! Opinion.
in a Western town was hurt
confined to his home for several weeks
he appeared on the street walking with
8. Beliead a ‘rod 'a.nd have a conluncs
. n .
9.'Curtall in this place and have a
Behead a period or time and have
. an organ of sense
-Find in the following the names
of some of the United States:
the 3rd t CH" . 1. Ntesneese. . m . 3. Abalsam.
“Hg” " om Cfeflsow. greeted an ‘W 4.’Ytuenkck. 5. Niyadnrni. 6. Slllioin
quamtance, rushing D shake mg 7. Wderslea. 8. Rfdoall. 9. Haalkmao
hani . am certainly E,“ to see you 10. Fcllairnao. ll. Lpnynvaneasi-
around again... Bnkasrae. 13. Akasrnsa.‘ 14. Uallnaiso.
“Th k In , ..
an s responded the injured one. ‘A Donn “A“”.nwn“.
"I am glad to be around again
"iysee you are hanging fast to your
cru observed the acquaintance.
“Can't you do without them?"
‘My doctor says I can," answered the
injured party, "but my-lawyer says I
can't." . V -
No, 1 CIn’t. ’
"I can -read my ‘wife like‘ ii. book."
bragged Mr. Nabor. ,
“l' at You can't shut her up like
,one." growled Mr. Gab. > ‘ .. '
.. :2 ‘ V
take. darling? We
-could easily run .
away and get married. - , “ ' .
pancymmy dear has,’ you.” mo Ausvuans T0 1..is'r “'EEK'S Puzzmzs.
1 could leave behind me were taken be-
fore I had my hair bobbed!
Eider-an. V, '
‘‘Leonlda.sl‘’ exclaimed Mrs. Keekton.
“are you aware that I was reading my
.essay on politics aloud to you?"
"Ye my dear
‘But you went to sleep." .
'Why not? You removed every prob:
lem so completely that 1 saw no tui-ther
:1-aion for retaining personal 'I20!lSci0I.lS-
. ‘Tate has been very hard on that
“He has had such an itching for fame
and has always been obliged to an-am];
for a llv
The’ Author-I have I. little work ‘hen
entitled "400 Prescriptions 101' the Pro-
vention and Cure of Carbunc ."
Victim-What do you know .50,“
The Author-When 1 had mine 1 had
ninety-cl.‘ prescriptions ‘irnm ti-lend;
and three hundred and two Lrom stran-
"Ou new company is capitalized at
DRY In advance
'rne.see your zlrDS'Dectus."
haven't got out a prospectus
The clmiounded printer wants ‘his
THE IEID SPEAKS.-
Now. ans of my sister's best ‘bean:
and they st: in the n U.
Iie will palm; I0 liaaux he'll lexpeaux.
TWO BEAUTIFUL nous 7
The Doll Departmcn p
Chicago, 1lL,'a'ra making an utter to send
two baautitul dolls tree to any boy or
girl who will show and distribute their
beautitully colored pictures. It; you
want the dull: write today.-‘Adv.’ ,
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Cohensteln (to his employer)-I can-L
-1. To be unsuccessful;
2. To necessitate.
3. To overcome. ’
4. A bird.
7. Fragile. "
8. A farmer's aid.
9. A symbol or alowneaa
10. An item.
‘ 11. To reduce '
12. A greeting. '
Th-esletter Flak souarea.
A tlsh. .
A short song, ’
A period of time-
> ‘ V An edict. '
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, 2 can Just be: that
d“? ulk-nc About him if hi.
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"‘1'lie old question, There
it?‘ is -being asked now wit
orgy thilmdever." ‘
inure“:-m:"‘:‘8!I:4'?‘f!m to have considerable
h more eh-
0 live on my salary. Mr. Goldenbaum!
'l'lio.thaught that I can save only 310 ll
‘wreak from it is driving me into an early
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