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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 12, 1913, Image 22',
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Of course it depends
Whether that wise committee of
safety favors making the people get
'out of'the way oTautos
, Or making autos get out of the way
It is more important that many
people be safe on the public streets
than it is that a few people ride in
Possibly what the Tribune has up
'its sleeve is that the man who was
thrown down the elevator shaft by
a slugger isn't dead yet
If he isn't dead yet, then he isn't
a corpse yet.
But who threw him down the Trib
une elevator shaft? And why?
After that when isJVIax Annen
berg going to be tried for shooting
And is anybody ever going to be
tried for murdering Conductor Witt
and Teamster Hehr?
Now that Ragen has apologized to
Coonley, isn't it up to some of the
newspapers to apologize to Ragen?
Or are the newspaper editors gen
uine gentlemen who never apologize.
Now if Harry Thaw had only gone
to South America, he would have had
more countries to skip around in.
Why not turn him loose on Mex
ico? And let him milk Willie the Hearst's
Art Brisbane must have got frozen
feet on the Chinese murder mystery.
Art is a bum reporter.
Hearst ought to send him to Mex
ico to study Chinese with those cool
ies on the Hearst ranch.
By the way, why not try his hand
-on that society suicide mystery on
the North Side?
Isn't Roger Sullivan the shy young
thing since he came home from Yoor
up? j. Blushes every time anybody men
tions the U. S. Senate.
O, you Roger!
PEOPLE AND THINGS
But just wait until Andy Lawrence
gets back from Pasadena.
But, come to think of it, is Andy
coming back? Or has he went and
gone for good?
We mean for Chicago's good.
Gee whiz! If Andy -doesn't come
back what will cute little Judgey Ow
Frank Ragen shouldn't call him
Lady McCormick. We are reliably
informed that Mac is no lady.
The Trib says he's a genuine gen
tleman, and pins a blue ribbon on
Anyhow he isn't a she she's a he. ,
And Tribune teacher's pet at that.
It takes a MAN" to apologize after
his temper has led him Into a-slip.
Howdee, Mr. Ragen.
Because a Derson has dnna nma.
thing to be locked up for is no rea
son he should be thrown into'a filth
hole like some of the Chicago jails.
Chief Justice Olson of the Munici
pal Court says he believes that no
where in the world are jail conditions '
as bad as'in,CKicago.
Olson also" says the city can now
afford new stations. Alright, then,
on with the work.
A thief broke into a London house
and made a CLEAN job of it All he
took was a bath.
Capt R. Burlinger of U. S. army
recruiting service -will lead caval
cade through the city Saturdayln the
hope of inducing men to join the
And then the men who fall for it
will probably be used to shoot and
stab workers who are striking for a n
living wage and decent1 working
"Court of Domestic Relations great
success. New court will be, estab
lished. Big increase in number of
That might be, the judge's idea of
success, but gol darn it, we'd hate to
be the husbands of the wives that
have the 'Court" habit , Won't be