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DAILY COMMENT ON
Vote for the formation of a S. S.
P. W. T. Y. H. H. I. I.
Society for the Suppression of Per
sons Who Tell You How Hot It is, you
Rep. Gorman "fights with his fists.
But the women are fighting Gor
man's bill with votes.
The Progressive Hygiene Club is
going to feed six women seven days
at a cost of $9.
The Progressive Hygiene Club
ought to patent the process and sell
it to our millionaire department store
Such a patent would be worth
millions of dollars in cut wages tb
department store owners.
Also, it would form a great argu
ment when they were yanked up be
fore a committee of the senate and
asked why they starved their em
ployes. John Kirby, Jr., of the Manufac
turers' Association, is urging Pres.
Wilson to veto the sundry civil ap
Which is proof that the sundry civil
appropriation bill is a pretty good
A lot of ministers used up a lot of
time yesterday telling women how to
use the ballot.
How can a minister, who cannot
get the people into his church, tell
-anything to a woman, who induced
the legislature to give her the ballot
.Besides, Willie Randolluf Hearst is
quite oh, quite, ready to tell the wo
men how to vote.
Julius Rosenwald spoke at the
dedication of the negro Y. M. C. A.
The last is not a society note; it
Is a financial note; Julius Rosenwald
gave $25,000 toward the erection of
the negro Y. M. C. A.
This $25,000 was money that Julius
Rosenwald had saved by paying his
employes starvation wages.
It's about time someone was get-
PEOPLE AND THINGS
ting sick of that mess in the Balkans.
To say nothing of the Balkan mess
we have right in Chicago over the
The United Irish Societies opened
their annual convention yesterday by
giving thanks to Hearst as duly
recorded in the Hearst papers.
When women get more power it
might be well for them to get after
newspaper cartoonists who daily
teach disrespect for womanhood by
referring to girls and women as
"chicken," "gquab," etc.
Qetting down on his knees and
giving thanks to himself appears to
be a habit with Hearst.
While Lieut-Gov. O'Hara isn't
popular with kept newspapers he ap
pears to be daily growing in popu
larity with the people.
On July 4 Hearst will finish his
13th year in Chicago; and the thir
teenth seems to be his unluckiest
year. Folks are getting onto him.
Why in thunder don't the trust
newspapers sue one another for cir
culation instead, of dollars. Those
$100,000 libel suits are getting com
mon. In the meantime, the Pennsylvania
railroad is doubtless working over
time with its well-known Pennsyl
By all means give the O'Hara Wel
fare Committee money enough to
keep them going during the legisla
tive adjournment. That commission
is worth whatever it costs.
Andy Lawrence is about the only
"mother" left of that mothers' pro
test against Judge Cooper. ,
When that U. S. senate committee
gets through with West Virginia it
might investigate the Cossack meth
ods of the Chicago newspaper trust
and Paddy Lavin's strike squad.
The Illinois Legislature may have
struck out several times, but it should
be judged by its batting average. The
women will testify to one home run.