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fSP STtt DAILY COMMENT ON Now it will be interesting to know whether the Record-Herald is to e a.' Republican ojgan or a newspaper. -.And what arehe Democrats going to do for an organeince the Hearst papers are viciously -attacking the Democratic administration? They've got nothing left but the Journal, and it is dead against the city administration. Cartoonist Sid Smith is breaking on to the first page of the Trio. 'Smatter? McCutcneon going with Keeley? Go to it, Hoyne make 'em pay their fair share of taxes. Everybody should be willing to pay. 'Equal rights for alj and special privileges to none is the best rule for levying taxes. Chicago has had a rotten system of favoritism for years'. Now is a good time to change. , Let's haye a new pack and a new deal. ' If the folks want to dance in de cently regulated restaurants, Avhy in terfere with 'em? Mayor Harrison will find that the more he tries to please meBdling re formers the more they will knock him. And he has our permission to tie a can o Maje. Punkhouser. The town's getting too finicky about non-essentials, Too many nosy folks who are un happy when anybody else is happy. This isn't a long-faced world. People don't want to worry and sob all the time. They want to laugh and be happy. Scientific charity evidently means studying charity not giving it., The educational end of it appears to be teaching hired uplifters how to beg. We'll not believe that picketing waitresses had anything to do with throwing stink bombs until there Is positive proof of it Such things are done sometimes to PEOPLE AND THINGS , put strikers in bad with the public. Peace hath her victories no less re nowned than war for instance, those Roger Sullivan appears to 'be NOT winning in the distribution of .federal pap. Norman Hapgood evidently isn't afraid of the cars. Anyhow he is call ing Hearst by his right name in Har per's Weekly. Harper's is much more interesting than Collier's nowadays. We buy it every week. But the humanest one of 'em all is The Masses. That's one publication that spells damn and hell as they, sound-instead of d and h . And there is more human art in The Masses than in all of the -other magazines put together. In fact, most of the magazines are mushy since they quit muckraking and began toadying to advertisers. They say Harry Payne Whitney is the real owner of Collier's now. Good night Our Ladies' Home Journal is enough for one country. The Saturday Evening Post is about as thrilling as a bottle of. Missus Winslow's Soothing Syrup. Sometimes it reminds us of Moth er's Friend. If things keep up the best sellers will be The Masses, Life, Pearson's and Harper's Weekly provided, as to Harper's, that Hapgood comes back and liits his gait again. o o DAMPENED ARDOR Father Young Willoughby doesn't seem to call on Grace very often of late. Wonder if it's a case of damp- " ened ardor? Son I think likely. He proposed, to her while out canoeing, and she threw him over. Magazine of Pun. " o o London, which has never yet had an ambulance, has at last ordered six of them, and expects them to do all the work for the entire city.