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front with roses -and the long
stajks of the sprays of smaller
flowers drooping over the back.
A POLITICAL HIGH MIX
The papers are full of politics
daily, but the average man who
works-for a living must have a
tough time making head or tail of
If you read one paper only you
might believe it was handing out
straight political gospel. But if
you read two, it's a cinch you will
think one of them is a liar. If you
Kead all of them, you are apt to
begin'to think that all of them are
Maybe that's the safest thing
for the average man to think.
We had a notion once that
politics in this land of the free
and home of the brave had some
thing to do with the people. After
reading Chicago papers awhile it
looks as if politics had nothing
at all to do with the people.
The only ones in it appear to
be Sullivan, Lorimer, Dineen,
Harrison, Hinky Dink, Bath
house John, a bunch of aldermen
and an army of office holders and
One funny thing about it is
that in this country where every
man is"supposed to be a king, no
body seems to belong to himself.
If he is a Republican he belongs
to Lorimer, Dineen or The '
Tribune. If he's a Democrat he
belongs to Roger Sullivan or the
When you read The Inter-"
Ocean every Republican who
doesn't carry the Lorimer ban-
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