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T. R. is scheduled td reacK the U.
S. in about two weeks, and he will
have a tough time of it keeping quiet
when he gets here.
It will require considerable self-restraint
on Teddy's partite-keep from
faying to be president and running
the Mexican mes.
IfMother Jones were governor of
Colorado instead of the jelly-fish they
have now, J. S. troops wouldn'tbe
If YOU are really interested in a
living wage for women you tan help
some by eating in restaurants that
employ union labor, .. r
"There are plenty of therrii and
grub costs no more there than, in the
ones that want waitresses to live on
Talking about judges, irtbok Judge
Stewart about five minutes to see the
law and common sense about picket
ing, while McGoorty1, Wmdes and
Baldwin fussed around for 'weeks and
then, discovered thatyou can lawfully
picket if you only picket lawfully.
Now that Mayor Harrison has cut
thestring that hound him to Willie
Hearst, her might jnstruct the police
to treat pickets as human beings.
Those waitresses have just as
muph Tight on this- earth as John
"Vogelsang and other members of the
hotel and restaurant trust
Talkingabout gunmen, Chief Glea
son says the pohce force, is crippled
and hasn't enough available men.
Vyhy not put on duty some of the
men now' working fpr newspapers
and other private interests?
And then disarm some of the 12,
000 employes of private employers
who have city permits to carry guns.
The chief may be surprised to find
out ho wmany of the policemen are
not working for the city at all, but
are working for private interests, al
though paid by the city.
In the meantime, is Jhere no way
we can get the streets of Chicago
Can't Johnny-Powers'tlean up tiw
reets around" the corner of Con
gress ajbd Peoria? Or have the city
The Board. of Revievy evidently
doesn'Lkke Hoyne's attitude toward
big taxdodgers. 'Smatter? Spoiling
By JitrK Manee. ,
With hook'and line
And can of bait,
For fishin' I. -f
Can hardly vwa'it. ..
'I'lhcast my worni .
And trust t'o faje: ""
One lonely bite y
Will sure feef great.
P. S, Go on, you couldn't catch
TODAY'S HE'ALTHQGRAM I
In feeding a baby it is just as im
portant proper attention be given to
the regularity of nursing as it is tt
grown people should eat their mean
at' regular' titoes. There are three
things necessary if the health and de
velopment of a baby are to be regu
larly maintained. These are the
amount of food given, the quality or
kind of food given and the regularity
-with which this food. js given.
GAMES FOR: TODAY
Philadelphia at Washington.
New York at Boston.
- 'National League.
i Chicago at Pittsburgh.
.Brooklyn at PMIadelphia.
Boston at Newlfarie. ,
. Federal League.
BrdoMyn at Chicago. '
Buffalo at Kansas: Qmy, r "
Baltimore at IndjN&pelie.
Pittsburgh at SfcTSoSte.
Cloudy Friday; Saturday fair not
much change in temperature.