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' MERELY COMMENT '
If the Armour burglars will kindly
arrest themselves the police depart
ment will be much obliged.
Some of our leading, prominent,'
etc., citizens are paying the expenses
of, young men, to go to Camp Sheri
dan. ' Why don't they go themselves?
Discovering a crisis every day or so
Is about the best thing the Washing
ton, corresp"ondents do.
Every grave crisis they discover
makes two stories one of the crisis
and the other explaining why the
Much of the news sent' out of
Washington is dreamed by the war.
Don't find fault with the hyphen
ated Americans who are fighting the
battles of their beloved native land-in
It's entirely safe to fight over here.
No danger of shrapnel, and not1a
whole lot from publicity.
The generous philanthropist who.
furnished .the coin for Myer Stein to.
finance the Baldwin committe 'still re
mains in hiding.
But we'll bet he is a taxdodger.
Rather singular that Stein, Loeb
and Ettelson-aire lawyers. But who
are they working for this time?
Anyhow, it may be the only way
for Horace Brand to get an iron
If he licks the Union League club
single-handed and alone it will beat
t being alone in Cuba and charging up
If -San Juan hilL '
It isn't strange that members of
the Baldwin senate committee want
to know" who Stein's philanthropist
They Want to know who they are
worldpg for; and who owns the com
mittee. The surface lines will send ten rqen
to camp Sheridan; BTfT
The city will have to stand its 55
jjer cent of the expense, .
This isvrnighty- slippery skidctyj
weather for politicians.
Big Bill better-put his-chains on J
.when he motors through that school '
'COOKIES" GUARD THE CRUMBS1
. FOR THE ARMY
Mw. H .L .Xucls&ift
And now comes the "cookie." Amer-.
-lean women wilT.not be outddne byj,
the men iii aiding' the movement fo"5
war preparedness. t Mrs. Mary Lpganf
Tucker, daughter 'of the late Gen'
John'A. Logan, has already begun the
organization of women Into military
camp's on 'the same plan on which!,
business men have 'organized at
Plattsburg,' Fpyt Sheridan-and pother
places. The women will be taught'
how to save "nrtlie kitchen and will
study themethods of cons.erYing.sup--pliesin
casgjji saji " ; "--v" JT