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said .vomau Cuiinnauded hiin to kill
Mayor" Harrison, Tom Taggart and
A. J. Beveridge.
Judge Theodore Brentano elected
chief justice of Criminal Court.
Power to assign cases taken from
Hoyne and given to him.
Edw. J. Lippert drowned while
trying to rescue little girl In Deep
Lake, near Waukegan.
American Judicature Society form
ed for purpose of reforming courts.
Judge Harry Olson, Municipal Court,
is a director.
The Tribune complains that the
proprietors of Larman's pool hall,
"where the shooting occurred," have
not been arrested.
This is a great pity; perhaps it
would gratify the Tribune if the po
lice arrested Belford for getting shot
So far as one may judge, the Trib
une looks upon this carelessness' on
the part of Belford as a grave crime.
The theory possibly being that
everyone should leave town when the
Tribune's circulation manager de
cides to do a little shooting.
Talking about Annenberg and rat
tlesnakes, a rattlesnake is also only
dangerous when it is scared yellow.
The Tribune refers to Max Annen
berg as "Mr. Annenberg." Possibly
this is because Annenberg has be
come such a pal of the managing
The boulevard link ordinance has
If we had an auto we'd probably
be tickled to death about' this.
As it is, we think the money neces
sary for boulevard links might be
Especially while garbage and gar
bage scandals threaten to make the
atmosphere as thick as cheese.
Which is worse, a few boys shoot
ing craps or a newspaper gunman
shooting holes in boys?
The railway managers declared it
was utterly impossible ior them to
arbitrate their differences with their
But the railway bosses contrived to
see the light when President Wilson
struck the matches.
Corporation Counsel Sexton fears
this a bad time to tell the council
if it legally might seize the Chicago
Reduction Co.'s plant.
It is; especially if the council
might legaly seize the plant; the peo
ple might insist on the alderman
seizing the plant.
And then Congressman Sabath
would have Mayor Harrison slap the
council on the wrist for being naugh
ty councilmen. '
Yes, sir! This is a right bad time
to tell the truth about garbage and
gunmen, considering the way the
people feel about them.
Gov. Eugene N. Foss of Massachu
setts says he is going to move his
factories to Canada.
Now if Gov. Foss would move Eu
gene N. Fobs to Canada but why
wish. Canada bad luck?
"Why the vote machines are just
as easy to run as cash registers or
sewing machines." Mrs. Max
That's just what the gentlemen de
sirous of an inquiry into the buying
of those machines have been hinting
so darkly, Mrs. Polachek.
The Fourth of July is a national
holiday for well known reasons.
The Fourteenth of July should be
made a Chicago holiday; Chief of Po
lice McWeeny yesterday instructed
the police that any person who de
sired to speak on any street corner
should be permitted to do so.
Thus does civilization advance, and
Chicago win free speech, July Four
teenth, A. D. Nineteen Hundred and
Huerta offers to exchange several
of Zapata's wife's relatives for Gen.
Orozoco, Sr. Do you see little old
rebel Zapata taking in any gold
bricks like that? You do not