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A BUNCH OF JABS
Peter Bartzen may be a good
fellow, but he's trotting in migh
ty bad company. That's what
got Old Dog Tray in trouble.
Choosing between Hoyne and
Rinaker for state's . attorney is
about as interesting as chopsing
between ,the devil and the deep
blue sea. ' Workers will get the
worst of it either way.
Every boost from Hearst
papeire is a .knock in Chicago.
We hope some of the fawning of
fice seekers will find this out on
Have you noticed a sipgle paper
that prints Marshal Field adver
tising making any fight against
that steal the big store is trying
to rush through council? Of
course you haven't. And you
The politicians are afraid to go
after Jack Johnson too hard until
afteraction. He may control a
All the real help Judge Dunne
will get from either Roger Sulli
van or Andy Lawrence he can
put in his eye Dunne wouldn't
make the kind of governor a po
litical boss wants. ,
Anyhow, the Trib fell, down on
its' cute little game of trying to
pull Deneen through with the
Eull Moose ticket.
Wayman's vice crusade went
lip like a r&cket and came down
like a stick He was a newspaper
''Who fears an honest state's
attorney?" asks the Examiner.
Well, it is suspected that Andy
I awrence would.
The Chicago Federation of
labor put the Hearst papers on
the unfair list. Any candidates
controlled by Andy, Lawrence be
long o the same list.
One of the interesting dis
closures made by the Singer mur
rer is the extraordinary amount
of gambling Shhuettler's squad
As a, state's attorney, John E.
W. Wayman makes us think of
the enthusiasm oyer' Taft.
Alex. P. Moore of Pittsburgh
was taken for a bug by New York
hotel clerk. Well?
Two Chicago undertakers
fought for possession of body.
Something of Ws sort is due to
happen around theAVhitC House
Nov. 6. . u,.
Made All the Difference.
"What's the matter, my lad?"
asked an old gentleman of a
youngster who was crying lustily
in the street, "put the boy couldn't
reply through hissobs.
"Please, sir," chimed in a com
panion, "we were playing mar
bles, and he's been an' lost his
"There's don cry!" exclaim
ed the old; gentleman, kindly.
"Here's a penny; run and buy
But the tears continued to flow.
''There!" said the beenfactor,
"I wouldn't cry any mdre if I
"Yes-s-s, you would' gasped
the weeping one, "if you'd"
sobs "lost your father's glass
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