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Our two genial Central Demo
cratic Committees of Cook Coun
ty held their usual pleasant meet
No one at the one called anyone
at the other anything worse than
a thief. The presidents of each
explained ' that his organization
was the only cheese in Central
You can't keep some people
away from danger. A gang of war
correspondents and soldiers of
fortune defied the auto bandits to
hold a meeting in the heart of the
loop jungle district.
Talking about the auto bandits,
Chicago isn't in it with Paris.
Paris has phantom bandits
much more dramatic.
Taft says the Bull Moose par
ty's creed is "class hatred and un
Of course, you can't expect Bill
to be anything but. sore after be
ing licked, but we would like to
correct that "class hatred." Class
recognition, Bill, class recogni
tion! The Steel Trust magnates held
their annual banquet Saturday. A
nice time was had by all, and no
One was allowed in to hear the
Funny thing! When union
men hold a meeting behind closed
doors it's a conspiracy; when the
bosses do, it's a banquet, b'gosh.
Advice to reporters: Do your
Logue murder clueing early.
What did Aid. Tearney do to
the Tribune? Can it be he refused
to obey orders ?
i Chicago newspapers are dead
against lawlessness by anybody
By the way, none of them has
ever demanded that the news
paper sluggers who murdered
Conductor Witt and Teamster
Hehr be punished.
PROBE "MURDER IN AIR"
London, Jan. 6. The first
charge of "murder in the an-" is
being investigated by RoyafAero
club officials today.
Lawrence Santoni, managing
director of an aeroplane com
pany, made the charge and gave
dates, places and names to back
up his story.
Santoni said that he knew of
two cases in which military aero
planes were so tampered with
that they became unmanageable
in mid-air, and the airmen only
escaped by lucky chances in land
ing. "I know of these two cases,"
Santoni finished up. "How do
we know how many of those avia
tors who have given their lives
already were not murdered in a
So England may have a new
sky record the first "murder in
EXPOSE HAD EFFECT
Albany, N. Y., Jan. 6. Gov.
Sulzer's message to the legisla
ture denouncing child labor has
stirred that body to action. One
of the first bills introduced will be
one to correct the canneries'
abuses exposed by Mary Boyle
O'Reiliy, special commissioner of
The Chicago Day BooIl