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A WISE PUP
HERE" CCMes THE'
We are thinking of moving to Tris
tan de Cunha, We are not quite cer
tain where it is, but the people there
have not yet heard of the war, and
will not until the annual mail reaches
Hearst's Exam says practically all
of the daily papers are for Sweitzer.
He might add that practically all of
them get liberal advertising from the
public service corporations.
Sweitzer's a good fellow, but that
newspaper support is apt to make
some of his friends a bit suspicious.
The LoyaJ Sons of Chicago are'
non-partisan all right enough.
They have endorsed Merriam, Ken-
na, McCormick, Powers, Cullerton,'
Kerner, Rodriguez, Grogan, Kennedy,
Capitain and Sitts.
Among them are Democrats, Re-
publicans, Progressives and Social
ists. They also endorse Thompson for
mayor and Gorman for city treasurer.
Look out for roorbacks.
It isn't safe to pay attention to
eleventh-hour charges against any
Ail charges should be made early
enough to give the candidate a.
chance for a come-back.
Charges that won't stand publicity
are generally saved for the last day.
Take it easy. Don't get excited.
We've all got to live here after the
campaign is over. So keep cool.
Look pleasant Keep your shirt on.
The world will keep on rolling
around the sun no matter who is
And it's a cinch many will be dis
appointed, no matter what happens.
Arnold Daly and George Bernard
Shaw are rowing because Daly re
wrote some of Shaw's lines in a play.
We never knew an actor who would
not try to improve the Sermon on the1
Mount by sticking in some of his own
We confess we do not know much v'
about what is going on in the Euro
pean war, but from reading what they
write we can give a, clear account of '
what is happening to all the corres
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