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WASHINGTON BY RATH
Washington, D. C, Jan. 17.
On the Pennsylvania dining car
which runs from Harrisburg to
Washington, a lamb chop (one
chop) costs 35 cents. Additional
chops, 15 cents extra. Why this
disparity between Chop No. 1 and
Chop No. 2?
By the way, does anybody ever
call the bluff of the man who
signs a notice at the bottom of
the menu card asking for com
plaints? Headline in newspaper:
"Hearst Lauds Italy." In study
ing the psychology of why Hearst
lauds Italy, we opine that there
are more Italians than there are
Arabs among Hearst's readers.
Perhaps it has something to do
Tom Johnson used to say:
"Business is against me; the
churches are against me; the poli
ticians are against me; the sa
loons are against me; nobody is
for me except the people." That
seems to be the way it is with
Senator Bourne di Oregon is
working his committee day and
night on parcels post hearings
There is hope for anything that
Bourne gets after. He is the most
indefatiguable worker in public
life and his singleness of purpose
amounts almost to a monomania.
Go to it, Jonathan! Nobody but
the people want parcels post!
In the search for a vice presi
dential candidate who would
adorn the ticket which is now
double headed by La Follette and
Roosevelt, the name of Albert J.
Beveridge of Indiana is receiving
serious consideration. Consider
ation has also been given to Gov.
Hiram Johnson of California.
Beveridge received more favor
in this connection for the reason
that he is out of a job, while John
son is not. It would seem a pity
to take Johnson away from the
good work he is' doing in Cali
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