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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 03, 1913, Image 4

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DAILY COMMENT CJ PEOPLE AND THINGS
What's become of the Thaw sen
sation? Evelyn Nesbit should worry.
Fine line of press dope.
Gifts to charity byBrewer Busch's
will total about $240,00(Tof his $50,
000,000. Not a single town gets $50,000 for
a public brewery provided it raise an
other $50,000.
They can't extinguish Taft. Molten
sand, gas, oil, boiling water and even
roasted wild ducks are being thrown
up and they've got to resort to dy
namite. Of course, we're referring to that
Taft, CaL, oil gusher. The Taft you
maybe have in mind was easily ex
tinguished. Why go to a summer resort or a
foreign land for a mud bath. Just
get into a real political fight. You'll
get your mud bath alright.
Detroit man wants divorce be
cause he found his bed full of cats
every night.
'Sfunny how some people are never
satisfied, and have always got a kick
coming.
Berlin specialist says knitting in
bed is excellent tonic tor the nerves.
Mercy, Willie, get out your knitting.
Tammany Hall will win by 150000,
says Murphy. Guess he forgot the
dollar ($) sign.
Congressman Sabath my not have
gotten the privilege of appointing the
new chief of police, but it's almost a
cinch he'll get the new chief's bond.
Maybe Sabath withdrew the name
of Capt John Ptacek on agreement
that Sheriff Mike Zimmer would sup
port Brother Joe for the job on the
county bench.
Jim Gleason. Of course, as usual,
all the wise ones were wrong. ,
All those people who last week
were saying, "Oh, Morgan Collins,
easy, are now around telling people
that they had "sort of a hunch that
Gleason might get it."
We admire Gleason for one thing
especially. When he was in command
of the Maxwell street station he didn't
let the Abrahams crowd run him, but
went out and enforced the law.
Pity the guards in new through
routing of the elevated lines.
Dr. Francis W. Hartley of Balti
more, who is to marry a woman he
never has seen, says his marriage
was prearranged in Heaven.
There are a Idt of men who think
as does the doctor, and then after
marrjed carry the things to the other
extreme.
Tammany Chief Murphy says the
cards are already dealt and that he
will play the ones he has.
Will someone please tell us who
did the dealing. Then we can guess
whether or not the pack was stacked.
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STRIKERS ONLY TURN OVER
TWO DOZEN RIFLES
Trinidad, Col., Nov. 3. The state ,
militia is disappointed because it has
only been able to collect about two ,
dozen rifles from the strikers, while
General Chase believes they have at
least a thousand hidden away. They
have been given 24 hours to surren
der all their arms, after which stern
er measures will be adopted and indi
vidual search may be made.
During a clash between the mine
guards and strikers at Monarch Mine
No. 2, a Striker, Mike Goota, was
seriously wounded.
Ludlow, Col. The striking coal
miners won a big victory when the
militia arrested 54 mine guards and
deported all but three, who are
charged with manslaughter for the
killing of a striker.
Kalamazoo, Mich. Gen. Perley L.
Abbey, who has been stationed in the
copper country since- last summer,
declared he anticipates an early end
to the strike of 15,000 copper miners
in the Calumet and Hecla mining dis
trict. He has returned home.
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