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DAILY COMMENT ON
They're going to water the garbage
at the city reduction plant. It's ex
pected to eliminate offensive odors.
Help! Somebody turn the hose on
A New Jersey woman who put her
four children to bed with a pig was
given one year in the lock-up. Pig
Man in "L" train in New York died
of exhaustion. Had been hanging on
Now, we Chicagoans know what to
Newspapers that have been run
ning heavy telephone company adver
tisements are afraid a postal tele
graph would bring bad censorship.
The mails are censored and so
would your telegrams be, is the argu
ment, and they point to Calumet,
where the postmaster held up the
true story of the Moyer slugging and
Right here, then, is the place to say
that Jim McNaughton and all the
copper masters got copies of every
thing that came in on the wires or
went out about the strike in that dis
trict. Of course, that's different.
After marriage and motherhood,
May Sutton plays better tennis than
Girls, there's nothing like con
nubial bliss to tone you up.
Although the United States has
more cattle than any other country,
except India, it is the greatest import
er of hides and skins, says a pro
fessor. Lots of skins are born and raised
right here, prof.
South Carolina legislature bars
white teachers from colored schools
and court of appeals at St. Louis bars
colored doctors from Pullman cars.
That looks like a horse and horse.
Deputy assessor in San Diego, Cal.,
is threatened with discharge because
he criticized the city council.
That listens like the old saying,
PEOPLE AND THINGS
"The King can do no wrong."
National Biscuit was a feature with
a three-point rise, says the market
The housewife wants to know how
she can give her biscuits a three-point
How is it that some guy that likes
statistics hasn't figured oul how far
a girl would go if she walked as many
steps as she steps in a night's tango
ing? You've got to hand it to Andy Car
negie for being up-to-date.
Now he's gone and posed and
speechified before a moving-picture
Three New York city employes are
reported to have asked that their
wages be reduced.
Sounds like a big business press
agent story to offset Ford's profit
Probably the reason some fellows
go home stewed so often is because
their wives call them prunes and
they are trying to live up to the name.
San Diego city council has decided
not to shoot unmuzzled dogs as re
Council's going to spend the car
tridge money on a new automobile to
catch the doggies and hold them un
til called for.
A rumor for the past several days
that the Standard Oil Co. would cut
a melon paying $100 on a $400 share
sent the stock up $40 a share.
Figuring on John D.'s estimated
holdings today the rumor netted him
Every little rumor has a dividend
all its own for John D.
Orscar Hewitt says a certain politi
cian is "a short, fat saloonkeeper."
If it was one of Orscar's friends,
then Orscar would say he is "a strong
and sturdy battler for the people and
conducts a cafe."
Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont has joined
the militant suffragets.