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4 O .,.
Jack London is dead. To the mil
lions who have been thrilled by his
jen that means more than the death
of all the emperors of the world.
The Tribune is rapidly plunging
into the "in bad" club of Chicago
Willie Hearst should welcome its
The Trib's war on union labor and
its defense of the f56d hogs who are
responsible for the high cost of liv
ing is giving a black eye to the paper
that will not soon heal.
- After a chat with Teddy Roosevelt,
Big Bill is said to be planning to in
vite Police Com'r .Arthur Woods to.
become head of the Chicago police
Woods has made a good record in
New York, but we wonder how it
would strike him to have to get his
orders from Sen. Harding, Oscar De
Priest, Fred Lundin and the .rest of
Arthur Burrage Farwell, who seems
.to be getting his share of patronage
.from the City Hall, ought to step up
and demand that chief job.
, By Jim Manee
It seems the latest thing we've heard
. Along the line of news
Is that congratulation wire
That Wilson got from Hughes.
Election time has long since past,
We've known the loser's fate.
That's really reason, quite enough,
To think that wire. is late.
P. S. But the C. 0. P. thinks tha
only thing that is Fair about Califor
nia was the recent exposition.
HE RESTS AFTER YEARS OF
Rodriguez, at 66, has returned to
quiet farm life near Atlanta, Ga. He
is a survivor of Custer's band, was
in Paris when that city was besieged
in 1871, has seen, every country In
Europe, been six moVths in Green
land during search for Franklin, the
explorer, , and -lias been in China and