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with a big gun, a photographer and
a few reporters.
Here's a Cub nine that would prob
ably play exactly as Manager Evers
would like: Catcher, Evers; Pitcher,
Evers; first base", Evers; second base,
Evers; third base, Evers; shortstop,
Evers; left field, Evers; center field,
Evers; right field, Evers; coachers,
Evers and Evers; umpires, Evers and
And that ought to be a club that
Manager Evers could manage as
easily as he manages himself.
Every time Andy Lawrence thinks
of the time when Max Annenberg was
working for the Examiner, it makes
him glad to think Max is now work
ing for the Tribune.
And, in the meantime, the Trib is
becoming the Arthur Baggage Par
well of local journalism.
But even if dancing is barred in
the loop, the women will .still be per
mitted to do their fancy work and
tatting in the cafes.
Those auto drivers keep on grow
ing enterprising. Not finding any
body in the street a New York auto
climbed up on the sidewalk and got
two victims. The automan is more
deadly than the gunman.
One of the softest snaps in journal
ism is fighting gamblers. They can't
Fighting a public service corpora
tion that robs an entire community is
heavier work. Besides, corporations
advertise. Gamblers don't.
Speaking about the historic worm,
even the telephone user will turn.
Council now has our permission to
take that summer vacation. The
town will be here when the alder
men get back.
Election Commissioner Howard S.
Taylor might try sending his mem
ory to the laundry if he can find one
that takes in that kind of washing.
At last the newspapers are unani
mous and harmonious again in
keeping almighty quiet while the Bell
'phone trust licks its chops and pre
pares, to swallow the automatic. Both
companies find that it pays to ad
Observe the happy Hottentot.
He'd rather have it hot than not.
Of clothes he doesn't wear a lot.
A savage he, despised.
He sits beneath a tree all day,
Sans collar, cuffs and lingerie.
Right on vacation he can stay
He is not civilized.
PANIC FOLLOWS FIRE
Milwaukee,. Wis., July 31. Fire
that struck a barn in the rear of the
Milwaukee Hospital for the chronic
insane, during an electrical storm
after midnight, threw the patients
into a panic and threatened serious
Trusties and attendants succeeded
in quieting the majority of the in-"
mates. Thirty probationers, dis
patched to assist the firemen, rescued
thirty horses. .
Some of the rivers of Siberia flow
over ice many years old and almost
as solid as rock.' A tributary t)f the
Lena has a bed of pure ice over nine