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Mayor Bading of Milwaukee ap
pears to be a human being. Says
women can dress as they please
when bathing. Chicago, however, is
Police and other officials would be
kept busy if they would mind their
own morals before attempting to. tell
the people what to look at, when to
eat and drink, how to dance and all
that sort of thing.
But then it's only a passing spasm.
People will do pretty much as they
The man who is always worrying
about other people's morals will stand
a lot of watching as to his own.
President Wilson doesn't appear to
care a hang about the bluffs and
scares Wall street tries to throw into
him. He just keeps plugging away
and getting results.
Why are the newspapers so loudly
silent about that telephone deal? Are
they all in with it, or merely getting
a little advertising?
Wall street might as well can
Hearst. He isn't getting anywhere
with his guerilla warfare on Wilson
and Bryan, beyond making a monkey
The Trib is now throwing a bunch
of apopleptic fits daily because Hoyne
won't be bluffed by that windy or
gan of Big Business. Poor Wayman
obeyed orders, but came to an un
If the cabaret girls can't wear
tights, why not investigate swell
sassiety dames who wear less than
that for some distance below the
The first two games with the
Giants showed that the Cubs can play
ball when, they want to. Evers' job is
to ginger 'em up and get 'em to
All Johnny need do is to encour
age every player on the team tb do
his darndest. And cut out the crab
It is well to remember that Hearst
owns about a million acres of mining
land in Mexico, and that he and other
landowners are trying to force Uncle
Sam to intervene so as to make their
So It isn't safe to believe what you
read about Mexico in a Hearst news
paper. The President's announce
ment about foreign governments not
interfering is the diplomatic way of
saying that Hearst is a liar.
That will be some financiering if
the city can buy that garbage reduc
tion plant without money.
So the voting machine can be mon
keyed with just like those burglar
proof safes that are being burglar
ized right along. And the ones we
have cost a million. Good-bye, Mr.
Can't Comiskey find some way to
pull up his White Sox?
Andy Lawrence must have warmed
up his cold feet, for he had an edi
torial backing up Hoyne this morn
ing. Guess he's still a bit timid about
tackling the .Trib, though.
But people who live in glass houses
not only fear to throw stones, but
see some wisdom in pulling down the
Evidently Carter H. thinks that by
attending strictly to the business in
hand, the average booze-fighter
ought to be able to get his hide fairly
full by 1 a. m. .
N..Y. FUSION PLATFORM
New York, Aug. 1. The fusion
platform, on which John Purroy Mit
chell will run for mayor, calls for re
organization of police department,
tax reforms, home rule? economy, a
department of markets to reduce cost
of food, power for school board to
supply lunches to school children at
cost, and declares that the "city
should establish and maintain effec
tive control over all public service
corporations in order that they may
be required to render the cheapest
and most adequate service consistent
with a reasonable return upon the
value of the property actually used."