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DAILY COMMENT ON
Champ Clark iff merely another
good fellow gone wrong by climbing
intp the political bed with Noodles
There are some politicians m Chi
cago who may find this out in due
time Jf. it hasn't leaked into their
Now that the Municipal Voters'
League has told you how to vote, it
isn't necessary for you to do any
further thinking yourself.
By the way, what's the sense of all
the fuss, feathers and expense, to
say nothing of the bunk, ot holding
an election when Lessing Rosenthal
can do it all by his lonesome?
It's all right, for the M. V: L. to
keep tab on aldermen and other pub
lic servants and give the people the
But why not let the voters draw
their own conclusions and vote as
they darned please with the light
By the way, the election commis
sioners now draw the voting line as
That is, you can't vote and are a
suspect unless- you happen to be a
xWe dont'exactly know what a re
spectable is, but evidently the elec-
tion commissioners dot
We rather Imagine, however, that
if you are going to vote right you are
Possibly the election - commission
ers have ways ol determining how
you should vote to vote right.
I For Instance, if you" are a woman
and havef departed from the path of
virtue, ou are a respectable if you
only get a divorce and live in the
right 'part of town.
But if you got pinched, that's dif
ferent. That "isn't respectable.
It's fatal to be found out; and es
pecially to get caught.
It may operate against you, tob, if
your clothes don't fit
And. above all things, don't'be poor.
PEOPLE AND THINGS
That is terribly disrespectable, .not to
Leave-it to the Trib and they won't-''
let you vote unless you make the line.
We know of no more patriotic ser
vice some of the Taft-appointed fed
eral judges can render their country
than to resign and let President Wil
son Ull their places.
This goes also for 'those that Mark
Hanna appointed when he "was presi
If we are going to change govern
ment In the geelorious republic, we
will have to change the federal court. '
If Kohlsaat is-'allowed to blow clear
up with the Inter-Ocean it will be
case of rank ingratitude on the part,
of Big Business.
MAYOR HARRISON CAN'T SEE
Mayor Harrison is against giving
aldermen four-year terms. He an
nounced that much last night.
"I don't believe it advisable for the
aldermanic term to be extended, to
four years," said the mayor, "unless
certain restrictions are placed in the
hands' of the voters. One of these
would be ttfe recall. Personally, I'm
going to vote against the proposition.
"In the case of some aldermen, a
longer term would be a good thing;
in the case of others, it would be a
bad thing. If the four-year term Is
granted the people should have the
recall in. their hands.
"It might be well to limit the num
ber of aldermen to thirty-five, if the
four-year term was adopted."
The silhouette of today is the
drooping shoulder, large waist, ex
tended, hips, bustle effects and nar
rowness at the ankles. The new
silhouette which- -will be in vogue'
next season, shows the narrow shoul
der, slightly .curved waist, flat hip
effects and the flare at the ankles, all
of which are in absolute contradis
tinction to the present figure line.
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