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Fourteen of the city's biggest
corporations are going to provide
medical supervision for their em
ployes. They've got their doggone
nerve. If those 14 corporations
would only pay their employes
decent wages, their employes
would look out for their own
Apparently an entirely new
crop of self-proclaimed provi
sional presidents of Mexico are
about topring into being.
"Miss Helen Morton, daughter
of Mark Morton, of Lake Forest,
and Miss Mary Armour, niece of
'. Ogden Armour and thfaculty
oi the University of Wisconsin.
. . . ."Examiner.
Maybe we're mistaken, but it
seems to us that there's some
thing seriously wrong with the
above excerpt from Willie
Hearst's organ of Hearst opinion.
If it makes you feel any better,
Chicago leads the U. S. and the
U. S. the world in the number of
divorces granted per capita.
Being a British cabinet officer
seems to be about as dangerous
as being the brother of a presi
dent of Mexico.
Another difference between the
U. S. and Canada is that R. E.
Miller, who suffered one of those
Andy Carnegie-J. Pierpont Mor
gan "I-dont - care - to-answer"
spasms before a committee of the
Canadian House of Commons, is
in jail for it.
Prof. Harold C. Goddard, of
Swarthmore college, advances
the strange theory that college
students should study at college.
This is a weird notion, as anyone
who knows a college student will
And now a bright medical gink
has discovered that the real cause
of Webb's fall was the deadly
J. Ham Lewis probably now
realizes the feelings of the gent
who thoughtlessly stepped on
"The circulation of the Hearst
newspapers has been promoted at
the expense of public morals and
public safety." John McGillen,
chairman Democratic managing
Begins to look like lots of Dem
ocrats were wakening up to the
danger of Hearstism and Andy
Our idea of nothing to boast of
is a legislature which fools away
six days and doesn't do anything.
As counters, the guys who"
counted the vote on state's attor
ney were great politicians.
""' We've done a lot of things we
ought to -have been shot forut
we haven't guessed the make-up
of Woodrow Wilson's cabinet
The persecution of Clarence
Darrow seems to be drawing
to a close about time it did.
A bearded peddler kissed an
Aurora police judge who set him
free, and the judge has been won
dering why he was so soft-heart-
Washington. Wilson will "re
tain old White House servants
when he assumes office.