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ing. I have seen the Chicago Cuba as high as fifty letters a day apply
when Chance had the team receive ing for the place.
DAILY COMMENT ON PEOPLE AND THINGS
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&W Sfiln about two weeks, and he will
" have a tough time of it keeping quiet
4 x when he gets here.
It vyill require considerable self-re-
straint on Teddy's part to keep from
4 r trying to be president and running
the Mexican mess,
'" If Mother Jones were governor of
Colorado instead of the jelly-fish they
have now, U. S. troops wouldn't be
If YOU are really interested in a
living wage for -women you can, help
some by eating m restaurants that
employ union labor.
There are plenty 6f thertv and
grub costs no.more there than in the
In the meantime, is there no way
we can get the streets of Chicago
Can't Johnny Powers clean up the
streets around the, corner of Con
gress and Peoria? Or have the city
The Board of ''Review evidently
doesn'ti like Hoyne's attitude toward
bfg taxdodgers. 'Smatter? Spoiling
something soft? -
It lodks as if the Trib trailed after
Hearst on the war thing in order to
give Joe Medill Patterson a chance
to give an imitation of. a war cor
respondent. Something must be done to amuse
our hereditary aristocrats.
ones that want waitresses to live on L Some time ago'Patte'rson attract'
Talking about judges, hVtook Judge
Stewart about five minutes to see the
law and common senBe about picket
ing,- while McGoorty, windes. and
Baldwin fussed around for weeks and
then discovered that you can lawfully
picket if you only picket lawfully.
Now tbat Mayor Harrison has cut
the string that bound him to Willie
Hearst, he might Instruct the police
to treat pickets as human beings.
Those waitresses have just as
much right on this earth as John
Vpgelsang and other members of the
hotel and restaurant trust.. t
Talking-about gtinmen, Chief Clea
son says he police force is crippled
and hasn't enough available men
Why not put pn duty some of the
men now working lor newspapers
and other private interests?
And then disarm soma of the .12,
000 employes of private employers
who haveIty permits to carry guns.
The chief may be surprised to find
out ho wmany of the poKteemen are
ed some attentipn as a Socialist-
as what he thought was a Socialist.
'We have too much respect for our
conservative friends, the Socialists,
to believe they are as warlike as
Unless we misunderstand the -Socialists,
they are for political action
and not for war. Joe" appears to' be
We still think more of Villa as an
American citizen than we do of a lot
of 'em who were bom in this country-
As an ex-bandit, we like his way f
banditing better than we like Rocke-,
feller's way. (
.Villa will take a chance pf getting
killed. The Rockefellers won't They
pretend to be religious.
We hope the A. B. C. mediators
keep on chewing the rag and having"
a good time up in Canada until Villa
takes Mexico City, Then it will he
over r-for the time being.
And that's long enough ordinarily
Sometimes for-the-time-being te a
not working for the city at all, but hong time between, drinks,
are working for private interests, al- Richmond Pearson Hobson's littte
though paid by the city.
I experience in the Cuban waters dur-
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