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DAILY COMMENT ONMOPLE AND THINGS
At last they are hitting Huerta
where he lives in the pocketbook.
Even a dictator can't get along with
out the coin to pay his army.
And the most sensitive nerve the
average man has is his pocketbook
Now they have shut off Huerta's
money supply. Won't lend him any
more. And his credit isn't good.
So the fierce Mex can begin to gat
a look at his finish. He'd better gath
er together what coin he can get his
fingers on and join the kingly has
beens in Yoorup.
.. When a packer dies and. leaves
$25,000,000 to his heirs we can begin
to get a line on the high cost of liv
ing. Must have made an enormous
profit on meat.
Yet to hear them tell it you
wouldn't think the beef trust was
able to lay up a cent.
Pindell must be a journalist. No
newspaper man would get in such
a jam over a measly letter from a
U. S. senator.
Ham Lewis evidently intended that
his friend Pindell would merely have
a good time sloshing around Yoorup,
while drawing down his pay as min
ister to Russia.
One of the suspicious things about
that unification plan is the anxiety
of the trust press to railroad it
through the council. Must be some
thing the street railways want pretty
A mob of poets has raided Oscar
"Wilde's grave in Paris and carried
off the decorations. We don't under
stand what the racket is about, but
when the poets go to rioting we're to
Each of the six children of Brewer
Busch inherits an income of $1,000 a
day. Don't kick, if you helped drink
them into it!
The Bible contains 3,568,480 words
according to report. We'd like to get
look at the fellow who counted
Man on Philadelphia jury was
found to be deaf and dumb and hadn't
heard a word of the testimony. A
juror might just as well be deaf ami
dumb when lawyers get to wrangling
Most of the tornadoes in the
United Suites are born near Yuma,
Ariz., says a German scientist. Guess
he overlooked the big winds that
blow out of Washington and New
New York man, sued for divorce on
the ground that he was addicted to
beer and cocktails, says wife's highly
seasoned food is to blame for the
habit Isn't it funny what a lot of
excuses booze 'fighters can find?
Teddy's Itinerary is said to include
a visit to the cannibal Mangeromas
Indians in South America. Pity those
miserable Indians if they try any of
their cannibal stunts on Teddy. He'll
"eat 'em alive."
LOOK OUT FOR LIBBY
Milwaukee, Nov. 13. The Emme
line Pankhurst of Wisconsin, Libby
Miller, 19, is jailed on assault charges
rising out of her militancy.
Libby tried to enter a pay-as-you-enter
car by the front door. The
motorman tried to stop her.
"Look here, you fresh slob," cried
Libby, "whaddy you mean, you 're a
terrible cop, huh? One side, one
And with that, Libby seized her
hatpin and stabbed the motorman in
the arm and punctured his cheek
TheSnotorman yelled for a cop and
preferred assault charges.
JUDGE "BALD" HIM OUT
Federal Judge Landis offered to let
Ivan Wide, an accused hair tonic
manufacturer, prove the merits of his
product upon the bald pates of As
sistant District Attorney Parkin and
Wide's own attorney. Wide looked
at the shiny tops and promptly plead
ed guilty to sendlng.prohibited drugs
through the mails. ,