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St ton is chief of police has order
ed all guards and strikebreakers in
milk wagon drivers' strike disarmed.
Chicago police please note!'
T. ,R. is in again with a rap at Wilson.
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Today's big murder story is a
strong argument against elopement
Wonder if Republican leaders
aren't a bit worried over the fine
action President Wilson is pushing in
the threatened rail strike.
King of Greece threatens to quit
A king's job nowdays is a nice one
to get rid of.
Some of the Chicago candidates
are going to get all dut of breath
running for office. Especially those
who are doing' so much talking.
Every little scare that comes seems
to be a cause for a jump in prices of
The-main trouble is that when the
scare dies out the prices stay just
where they jumped to. '
Ever notice that when a depart
ment store truck runa somebody
down the tniBt press merely says "an
Why so backward about mention
ing the name of the store?
While Atlantic coast folks are bat
tling with regular sharks. Judge
Landis is staging an affair with loan
sharks right here in Chicago.
One kind of sharks are man-eating;
the other man-trimming.
Greece is splittering and splutter
ing around and if things keep onas
hot as they have been that nation is
likely to trickle into war.
It .would be for more interesting
to know what will be happening a
year from now than it is to be told
what happened a year ago in the war
They tell us -that Sept 1 means
raus mit the straw hats.
That Gives a lot of so-called hu-
morists a chance to ply their trade!
today along the lines of busting
Freight handlers want Mayor
Thompson to use his good offices to
help settle the strike.
Remembering the car men's strike,
it looks like a good' chance for Big
"Wilson Blamed by Colonel for
American Dead" says a' headline.
There goes Teddy talking about
' FIZZLE, FIZZLE!
By Jim Manee
Oh, Teddy dear, we sadly fear
You're on another hunt. -Your
shots are spreading broadcast
And Wilson gets the brunt
But -here's a tip that we'll let slip,
'Jis wise to have a care.
You'll never make a marksman when
You only shoot hot air.
P. S. Somebody pleaser pay T. R.'s
passage back to Africa. -
FORMER "STOOL PIGEON" GETS
- HIS IN REDLIGHT DISTRICT
It is still dangerous for a "stool
pigeon" to walk abroad in the old
22d street redlight district Last
night "Izzy" Buchowsky, who proved
himself one of the busiest "stools"
in the old days of Funkhouser's mor
als squaU "got his" at 22d st and
Wabash av. Four men beat him into
unconsciousness. He is in -serious
condition. After a chase through al
leys, in which guns played .their part,
Officers Miller and Laughlin caught
two men, who gave the names of
Thomas Ryan and John Brady. Ryan
is said to be really Thomas Enright,
brother of Maurice Enright. They
are being held at the South Clark
Topeka. Santa Fe lifts ban on the
shipment of perishables if snippet
will pay freight rate in advance aa4
assume risk of their spoiling.
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