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DAILY COMMENT ON PEOPLE AND THINGS
Now the "Detrdif pastors' union
wants Bill Sunday to pull off one of
his evangelistic campaigns.
Wherever Sunday has performed it
has been demonstrated that religion
in ragtime is mighty popular.
If his converts stay put he sure Has
It may be because Bill talks plain
United States and doesn't call a spade
an agricultural implement.
Those who love to hear the eagle
scream may yet get a chance to" have
their ears tickled by the loud noise'
By jingo, those Mex have got to
salute the flag by shooting off "21
guns, b'gosh, or Uncle Sam "will know
the reason why.
Let us hope none qf those Chinese
coolies on Bill Hearst's ranch get shot
in the pigtail. x
By the way, are you next to that
Villa is Veeah, and Tampico is
Tampeeco. And in Southern Califor
nia they .pronounce La "Jolla, La
Why don't they spell as they talk?
Most of those funny names were
wished on this continent by the Span
But then Chris Columbus was a
Spaniard and discovered us; so we
If Chris had, joined the A. P. A.'s
early in life he probably never would
have told about that discovery; and
then where would we be at?
It would be tough to remain undis
covered. Well, anyhow, before long all the
senatorial candidates in Illinois will
have to be discovered as to. whether
they are wet or dry.
And, of 'course, folks will want to
know what church each of them be
It won't make much difference
about how they stand on other
things. , X
One of the first things a candidate
should do, however, is to"co& Hearst
to oppose him. That alone will be
worth thousands of votes.
Another merchant prince in trou
ble. "Holy John" Wanamaker, mer
chant prince of Philadelphia, skinned
Uncle Sam by sneaking in .dutiable
goods without paying the duty.
He admitted his guilt some time
ago -by navinK the government
Now a grand jury refuses to indict
him, but recommends that the gov
ernment sue "HobMohn" for the
money he "saved" by cheating on
New York state is something of a
gunman itself. Electric gunman. Killr
ed four men in one day without bat
ting an eye.
In order to teach men not to com
mit murder, the state committed
Now that the majesty of the law
has been revenged or vindicated, etcv
we may assume that nobody will ever
commit murder In New York eitier
again or yet
NOT TO HER TASTE
"I don't like to play with the other
"Why riot?" ,
"None of them-are boys,'.