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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 30, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 29',
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holding the Naps to seven scattered
hits. Mitchell and Collamore were
slammed by the Browns. Shotton and
Pratt each shot off three hits.
Brooklyn got 10 hits off Alexander,
but they were scattered. Dalton and
Killifer each smashed three bingles.
Cravath.got a triple and single. Ra
gon was knocked out of the box.
Herzog has taugh his Reds to score
DAILY COMMENT ON
Newspapers that are applying tur
pentine to the dogs of war to make
them wild ought to be kicked out of
truly patriotic American homes.
Of course, the army and navy are
for war. They always are. War means
death and promotion. '
A. B. C. diplomacy means that our
sister Americans will respect instead
of suspect Uncle Sam's honorable
Gee whiz, war in Englewood, too.
General Lyle has declared war on
Young Rockefeller's idea of law
and order is to use troops to kill peo
ple to protect property. 1
Possibly he thinks it was his daddy
who put the rocks in the Rocky
Our idea of peanut policy Bert
Taylor trying to disguise as humor
the Trib's venom at the peace policy
of Wilson and Bryan.
Has Taylor joined Happy Hooligan,
the Katzenjammer Kids and Silk Hat
Now is the opportunity for the
Record-Herald. Instead of trailing be
hind Hearst and hollering for war like
the Trib, let the R.-H. fight with Wil
son for mediation and peace.
It will find that the newspapers that
are yanpmg for war are NOT repre
The people of' this country aside
from those who are playing politics
are witn tne president tor peac.
The war fever is dying down. Pa
triotic blood is cooling off. The rush
without hits. They registered five
tallies on half a dozen swats off of
Hagerman and Steele. Ymgling and
Benton were batted hard, but stalled
the Cards off. Butler rapped a dou
ble and two singles.
Outfielder Schreiber has been sold
to the Lincoln team of the Western
League by the White Sox. He is a
fast fielder, but failed to hit.
PEOPLE AND THINGS
to enlist is subsiding. Let us have
Kindly remember that none of the
editors who are shouting forSyar ex
pects to shoulder a gun himself or
expose his hide to Mex bullets.
It's -dead easy to urge the other
fellow to give up his life for his coun
try and his flag.
Like the man who was willing, to
sacrifice all his wife's relatives for his
Let Us have peace.
Yes, Colorado is the same state
that once sent Simon Guggenheim to
the U", S. senate.
And with the very same degree of
intelligence elected Amnions gover
nor. The Democrats elected Ammons
because he was "a Democrat they
forgot to find out whether he was a
Isn't it about time for Elbert Hub
bard to cut loqse with Ms yapper ana
yap for war at sojnuch. per yap?
In the meantime there's nothing;to
stop Villa from marching on to 'Mex
ico City and finishing that job.
Now that Jim Keeley's homefrom
Europe and back on the job, he'd bet
ter send Bert McCormick to the front
as war correspondent and let Bert
and Joe Medill Patterson fight Mex
ico. If the dogs of war bite anybody let
'em bite Bert and Joe. .
Laporte, Ind. Wm. B. Biddle, 94,
claime dto be oldest practicing attor
ney in state, dead.
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