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DAILY COMMENT ON
Yes, folks, it's been pretty cold
lately, but .
We've got a lot of nerve kicking
look at the weather up in the Adiron
dacks 38 below zero. Wow!
For the love of life, "September
Morn" keep away from there.
Nix on the "toothbrush mustache,"
says Emperor William of Germany.
The Kaiser says it is non-German
for his bodyguard to wear 'em.
If they are anything like some of
the' mustaches being carried around
Chicago they are not only non-German
The latest rumor is that Huerta is
going to voluntarily resign.
Case of getting out before being
My goodness, the Prince of Wales
is coming to the United States in
1915. We can hardly wait.
Wonder what a prince looks like.
Bet he eats just like ordinary folks
A New York cop, on duty at a fancy
dress ball, arrested one of the mas
querading girls for having a revolver
in her stocking.
Now, how the duece did that cop
know anything about the where
abouts of that gun?
Bet it would have done 01' Abe
Lincoln a whole lot of good if he
could have known how well he was
going to stand in the hearts of the
About the only thing you can do in
Zion City is get up, eat and go to bed.
Halsted street cars are right easy
to find. Maybe it's because of the
garlic that is so prominent.
Now here is a blame good sugges
tion. Eged the street cars on the
Kedzie avenue line, going north, some
of the odorous garlic. Maybe, then,
a passenger could find one of those
cars now and then.
Reminds us of that stale old vaude
ville joke we feed the baby garlic
bo we can find him in the night.
A load of lumber tipped over on.
PEOPLE AND THINGS
Halsted street this morning and tied
up the Halsted street, Milwaukee ave
nue and Grand avenue car lines.
In one;ense of the word it was a
case of ail a board. In another it
was a case of all off and walk.
Another doctor has come forth
with the statement that kissing
Well, there are plenty of cold cures,
Missouri claims to have'the. oldest
man in ".the country.
He would he a handy man to. have
around- when they have exceptional
weather to tell about some worse
weather wb,en he was. a -boy.
' . o o
"What does he do?"
"He's a coco-cola salesman."
"Huh! Pretty soft, isn't it?"
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WHY WASTE 'EM?
Chick Baw! Mamma, can't I have
a little brother?
Mrs. Hen Great Scott, child!
don't you know that eggs are fifty-1
five cents a dozen Judge.