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DAILY COMMENT ON
Hurrahl ahgo may be good
forsometK - Tall. Corset man
ufacturers. - mplaining that the
dance is rui: .."their business.
Woman's fashion- note says:
"Never weep in a rose colored hat."
It's a fine state of affairs if a wo
man has to change her hat every
time she wants to have a "good cry."
But, at least, she can cry" in any
old dress she wants to.
Brrr! , lt's four below zero in sun
ny France. Bet those tourists wish
they were back home where it's quite
a bit above zero.
That Tennessee man who says he
has invented odorless whiskey may
have a monument raised to him by
But what will the chewing gum and
clove dealers do to him
Grape juice has become a more
popular drink since a man found 9
per cent of alcohol in it. -
Did you ride down on a cold street
car this morning?
Emerson Hough is writing special
signed editorials and "features" for
the Hearst's Examiner. .
A few months ago, the' story of
Hough's life, written by himself, was
printed, anonymously, in the Satur
day Evening Post.
The sub-title of it was, "The Story
of a Man Who Was Willing to Do
hardware dealers of Youngstown, O.,
have followed Henry Ford's lead. Em
ployes are going to get a share of the
profits of the past two years.
And it's going to be a regular
Let's see, that's two big firms that
have fallen' in line. As the old say
ing goes, "there is always room fo
Up in Seattle they've got a man
charged with not using common
sense in killing a woman with his au
tomobile. it will be a terrible blow to the pro-
PEOPLE AND THINGS
fession, if this charge against drivers
is largely resorted to.
There are too blame many drivers
who chauf around tpwn like mad
men. Everywberejs the right-of-way
to some motorists
An ad in" a paper read: "For Sale"
baker's business; good trade; large
oven; present owner been in it seven
years; good rea"son for leaving." .
Sure thing he has a good reason
for leaving. If the -present owner has
been in that large oven seven years,
H.-H. PARTY DISOWN ROSE AND
Hearst-Harrison political adher-"
ents are panic stricken following the
conviction of David Rose and Jos-'.
eph Gordon, who were found guilty
of marking ballots.
Special Prosecutor John E. North
up has announced that he will push
the trials of Morrie Abrahams, can
didate for alderman from the 20th
Ward, and Mandel Gerber, Harry Ger
ber, Harry Pestine and Nathan Rech
ofsky, four other 20th warders.
The H.-H. party has disowned .
Rose and Gordon.
SUSPECT SUICIDE CLUB
Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 26, That a
suicide club exists in the University
of Pennsylvania has gained credence
by the finding of the body of Ray
mond Francis Feldman, the third sui
cide in a week.
W. T. Townley, one of the best
known students, shot himself
through the head Friday without ap- '
parent cause. The body of A. H. Mc
Oullough of Pittsburgh was found
drifting in the Delaware river on Sat- .
Feldman, who was a second-year
law man from Tunkhannock, Pa..,
was "found in his boarding house, sit
ting in a chair, completely 'dressed,
with the gas jet turned on full. He
had been working his way through,
school by washing dishes.