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DAILY COMMENT ON PEOPLE AND THINGS
They promptly pinched a surviving
engineer and flagnian of the New
Haven -wreck. Of course the cre,w
was responsibly for the wooden
Just ihiagihe the "queen" Of'Por
tugal having to say every "morning:
"Get Up and start the fire, Manuel
Maria Philip Karl Aniello Ludwig,
Michael Raphael Gahriel Gonzaga
Xavier Ffank'yon AseissrAilgen(" ,
Ahd how Weuld you like to sigh
all that to your checks? tJ
Observer at society resort3 -say
that the wealthier a girl is the. More
simply she dresses. . .
NOW if all the girls wouidonly pre
tend they're wealthy. '- '
Advanced tangoists ortahgoers, or'
whateyer you call 'em, have taken- to
wearing celluloid collars to save laUn--dry
bills. BUnny huggers don't dare.
The things would explode. The bun
ny hug is a HOT dance.
The high cost of living puts Us in
mind of the fellow who said, "If we
had the pride to buy some ham we'd
have some ham and eggs, if we had
the price to buy some eggs."
Hefrn kolsaat has let out a squeal
because the Trib has been carrying
more advertising than the other three
morning papers put together, the Inter-Ocean
being one of "the other
Herm says 'taint fair. He indicates
that thte Trib has been kicking big
business in the "pants and therefore
doesn't deserve tile advertising.
Having been slapped on the wrist,
Big Business, as Herm seems to look
at it, should drpp the Tribune and
bring its 'advertising over to the Inter-Ocean.
Smells like a case of
"We cater to you, so it's up to you
to cater to us."
That ought to be interesting to
them as reads the inter-Ocean.
With Winter rushing in on uS we
have a pretty good idea of Dad being
the goat in a toucning scene. Yep,
"It seemB strange that he could
plunder a great corporation like that
for years without being found out.'
"WelL YOU See. "tHe tMfrinraMnti
jrou 'guessed it; this 13 the time of was pretty busy Itself."
year Sis usually touches him for the
price of a new fall lid.
Nix oft. the flimsy underwear!
Heavy on the heavies! Have you
changed 'em yet? Yes, it IS a little
early, but if this chizzly weather
keeps up we're goin' to do it. ,
Those Daughters of the American
JRevollition should shed no blood dver
the liquor question. One .faction
might be called CanteetttDaughters
and the other -Canteenless Daugh
ters. , , 'v
Now Huerta'sUspects, his military
chiefs of treachery, tmeasy lies the
head that .wear's, a crown put on by
asSasslhatidtt'or divine right of birth.
-A resident of Rose Hill, a suburb
'of Los Angeles, says hef hens lay
better when she plays a phonograph
for them. Wonder if the next hatch
ing of chicks will sing.
"The police know ju-jltSu So' you
must learn Ju-jitsu too," Is Mrs.
Pankhurst's latest advice to her fol
lowers. When the suffragets ahd
bobbles get to ju-jitsuihg around
Loudon there'll be some fun.
Flirting te injurious ta the eves.
says-an Elkhart, Ind., oculist Better
put a ban on flimsy skirts.
Los Angeles Record Has got Its
town a going by a "contest over "How
can a pretty girl protect herself in
the business world?" ,Bet.we're go
ing to find out why L. A. girls wear
hatpins 28 inches lohg.
Jerome, gambling With newspaper
men? Impossible! What coUld a
newspaper matt have that Jerome
British Ass'n. for Advancement of
Science will discuss "the theory of '
laughter." They'll find it ttes right
in the liver. - , T
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