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DAILY COMMENT ON
EleGtric fans had to be Installed at
Wendell Phillips High School today
to drive out the" odor of limburger
cheese which had-b.een smeared on
Looks like some of the pupils made
a STRONG kick against the opening
Cheer up, Jerry O'Connor! Winter
is coming and "maybe the cold, bleak
breezes will drive "September Morn"
Now for some good old oyster
stew! There is an"r" in Septem
ber. The next big ring battle is going to
be pulled off pretty soon. Mr. Base
ball vs. Mr. Football. And we'll bet
the latter slips a knockout over on
But there is one satisfaction for
Mr. Baseball. He can always come
We are wondering whether the
tango brought on the slit skirt or
the slit skirt brought on the tango.
Taking the country at large, there
is said to be an auto for every 110
That's fine for the one. But think
of the dodging the other 109 have to
do to keep out of the way of him.
If that stockyards smell was a sale
able by-product we'd all have a nice
little 'side line.
Bare ankles and low shoes are the
latest at the bathing beach at At
That's among the women, of
course. Who'd want to look at the
George Ade, just back from Eu
rope, suggests that cabaret managers
follow a custom on the other side by
letting the guests sing.
Nix on that George! You couldn't
hear your friends eat
Myscerious malady is killing jack
rabbits by the thousands in Oregon.
Now "watch local packers boost meat
prices some more.
f hey say Sears-Roebuck will do
PEOPLE AND THINGS
a business of $90,000,000 this year, a
gain of $10,000,000 over last year.
It is expected that this means a
melon cutting. No, not for the work
ers. Merely for the stockholders.
And the bulk of it goes to Julius
Rosenwald, multi-millionaire philan
thropist. It's easy if you only know how, and
have the money.
The Daily News is taking a post
card vote of automobile owners on
what paper they read.
Now take a vote of $he people that
dodge autos and are afraid of" their
lives, and you'll get a bigger vote.
Wasn't it real rude to bother J. P.
Morgan about that accident on his
New Haven railroad. .And it incon
venienced his butler, too.
And maybe he'll have to spend
some money buying steel cars, which
will cut down the dividends. So ter
ribly annoying, isn't it? My word!
Cheer up, kids! Vacation is one
day nearer than it was yesterday.
A FIERY STEED
"Is that a "regular racehorse,
"Is he! Say, you just ought to see
how pretty he starts when they build
a fire under him."
Over 2,300 killed, 47,000 injured on
railroads of U. S. in last 3vmonths."
That war in Mexico is a tame affair.