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DAILY COMMENT ON
If that fight at Milwaukee tonight
was a wrestling match, Gus Chris
tie would be right liable to find a Chip
on his shoulder Trefore the evening
There is to be an eclipse of the
sun on August 24. 'Twill be no -relief
from the August hot weather,
however, as we'd have to go abroad
to get the benefit of the shade.
A groom recently proposed by
wireless'. Wonder how soon he will
be sending out S. O. S. signals.
Here's one bet that American wo:
men have overlooked. ' How care
less. The women, and even the men,
of Paris, are dyeing their hair to
match the color of their clothes.
Which leads us to ask, how about
Judge Densmore, solicitor for the
U. S. labor department, announces
that the mine owners are to blame
for that Michigan strike. Well, judge,
what are you going to do about it?
"Just as necessary to have a rifle
as a union card," they are saying in
that Colorado- mine region. To what
extent does such a feeling hold the
2,000,000 or more union men of the
Tis announced that President Wil
son's "vigorous strokes on the golf
links show his return to lull health."
Bully! We take it that his blasphemic
powers are also fully recuperated?
he's gong to need 'em in Tegulating
Eastern doctor says' m6re married
folks go insane than unmarried.
That's no way to discourage the
young people, doc.
According to decision of Texas at
torney general, a fellow can't pack
booze into dry territory in his trunk.
If he has to carry it under his belt,
this is a staggering opinion.
Caddy m Pass Christian says Pres.
Wilson is a fine man, but can't play
golf a little bit
Well, there are lots of golf experts
PEOPLE AND THINGS
who aren't much good for anything
An onion a day keeps the doctor
away, according to old saying.
Why not eat a dozen a day and
keep everybody away?
An Ohio man has a skunk farm on
which he makes a good living.
But what's the use of living on a
Western doctor- says great variety
of food is cause of most of human
That means -we should cut out
quail, lobsters, spring lamb and por
terhouse steak and stick to popcorn
or peanuts. Wot!
Quinoy, 111., woman wants to sell
her husband, as she prefers a cat.
That might develop into quite an in
dustry if permitted.
Cable reports from Spain tell of a
woman who presented her husband
with seven daughters septuplets.
Dispatches did not carry remarks
Body of a man found in Dallas,
Tex., had a note pinned to it reading:
"Someone has killed me." There'":
nothing like knowing when one is
dead. Some people don't
Under a new policy, French courts
are deciding' cases without' regard to
precedents. ' They say it beats deciding-
cases without regard to sense.
A grain of radium in a Turin scien
tific sohool has been insured for
$80,000 for one year.
The Portugal repumic is so wobbly
that Great Britain and Germany are
licking their chops over the Portu
guese .colonies in Africa.
Wife Yes, we passed a resolution
tonight, Frank, pledging ourselves. to
help to ameliorate the crying evils of
today. Husband Then, for good
ness' sake, Ellen, go upstairs to the