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DAILY COMMENT ON
John Maynard Harlan, the human
megaphone, has been mentioned for
member of the public service com'
We hope nobody mentions him for
that job in Gov. Dunne s presence.
John's a big guy in some respects,
but not for a job like that. It might
be too soft for the corporations.
Everybody seems to be going nutty
nowadays. Even the Chicago Press
Club has picked a Nutt for financial
And it was done while our leading
financiers, Jim Forgan and George
Reynolds, were out of town and not
Art Brisbane advises Hearst read
ers to ride only in steercars.
Alf you have to do is first to get
the railroads to furnish the steel cars.
In the meantime, however, what
are we going to do about them darnA
ed automobiles. You can get killed
by 'em without riding in 'em.
Yes, Chicago had two Fields Mar
shall and Eugene. Marshall copped
most of the coin, but Gene gets the
Gene was worth a whole flock of
Marshall Fields in Chicago.
Grace Wilbur Trout hands out the
right dope when she tells the women
folks to keep out of parties.
She means political parties. It's
still ?afe to go to the other kind, if
you ddn'tf tango, trot or bunny.
When Jack Johnsing becomes a
full-fiedge'd Frenchman, then just
you watch France's -smoke, b'gosh.
Anyhow Charlie Crane's paper has
the union label on it, while Herm
And Charlie may like it well
enough to put it on his factory.
Senator Bradley, of Kentucky, Suh,.
says the Republican party is coming
Yes, Brad, there it goes, coming
hack. It will meet itself on the way.
It begins to look as if organized
PEOPLE AND THINGS
labor in Chicago has giyen Hearst the
worst licking he ever got.
That trades union edition of the
Exam is making a noise like some
thing that isn't, or won't be.
We hereby challenge Herm Kohl
saat to a circulation show-down.
How much has the Inter-Ocean got,
It might be interesting to the pub
lic to know which is ahead, the adless
or the near-adless and almost circu
lationless. The editor of The Day Book is also
willing to meet Jim Keeley, Vic Law
son or Bill Hearst in joint debate on
whether a newspaper should be run
for its readers or its advertisers-
If they are afraid to tackle it one
at a time, we'll take all three of 'em
on at once.
Challenged parties to pick weapons
"Thaw's fight will cost a fabulous
sum of money, but we think we have
a way to throw whole immigration
law in the crucible." Statement of
Justice may be blind, but she sure
ain't deaf when money talks.
He Do you know you've mada
quite an impression on me.-
She It is easy to make an impres
sion on something soft ,