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Which would you rather do or go
That's about the way the average
cop's job lines Up. - .1
A lot of ordinary officers get the
blame for what they are made to do.
For instance, when the man higher
up tells the man under him to tell the
man under him to tell the ordinary
officers to go on strike duty against
the clothing workers,
What can an officerdo but do what
he is told1?
It is right easy to send a man from
a pleasant beat to one where much
Hence let's not hand all the blame
for police brutality to the common
The higher up you go the nearer
you get to the real seat of trouble
The city series is now well at rest
It is to be hoped that some of Chi
cago's baseball rah&ness died from
the shock. '
There seems to be no argument
about the Whales being the real
champs. . - a,,. --
If the South arid North "Side teams
Would Tinker's crew pull down the
Or would the Rowland outfit get
the Whales "for fish"?
Where the deuce are all those bat
tleships that they are sinking every
day coming from?
Must be that they all have nine
lives like a cat.
The American takes credit for an
auto speeders' ordinance that Aid.
Healy is going to introduce before
Let the American take care of its
own kids befqre it goes over in its
The worst speeders in town are the
newspaper auto truck drivers.
And the American trucks are well
up among 'em.
Too many judges think, "I must
judge, but not be judged?"
Society Note John D., Jr., spent
Monday at the University of Chicago.
As far as we can find out that is
all he spent
U. S. ANXIOUS TO RECOGNIZE
Washington, Oct 12. Haste to i
complete formalities of Carranza's
recognition in Mexico are evident Ex
pected White House will issue formal
recognition without waiting to select
new ambassador. Plans for cabinet
meeting today for that purpose were
While embargo on shipment of
arms to Villa's territory has not been
imposed, for all practical purposes
such an order is in effect, as border
customs officials are on their own
authority detaining arms shipments
intended for Villa, '
. State department has been notified
that practically all South and Central
American countries will follow U. S.
in recognizing Carranza. Guatemala
and Brazil are the only ones showing
ElPaso, Tex. Villa's taxes and
confiscation of American cattle have
caused revulsion of feeling against
him in El Paso. There is a possibility
that Villa will evacuate Juarez with
out serious resistance if he discovers
opposing force is too big to cope with.
JUDGE COOPER AND ALLEGED
CRITICS IN COURT
Alleged crtics of Judge Cooper are
in court this week. Case of State's
Att'y Hoyne, alleged to have called
Cooper a "crooTt" in speech before
Bond Men's club, orally argued in (
contempt proceedings' in appellate
court yesterday. Case of Hadrian
Baker, charged with being a lunatic
who should be sent to Kankakee, con
tinued in county court till next Fri
day when jury trial Is on in county
court with Wm. A. Cunnea as attor
ney for Bake