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DAILY COMMENTS ON
Every's yelling about the price of
meat going sky high.
That yelling ain't a goin' to do no
good. The price juimo comes every
year. The best we can do-js to smile
and eat spaghetti.
You can get a good, long drawn
out meal of speghet, you know.
And the beef barons may need a
new touring car or some other trifling
My goodness, folks, they have go:
Wonder if any of 'em heard that
saying, "Live and let live."
Cheer up, maybe one of the hogs
will squeal on them some day.
Have you bunked your automobile
over in Grant Park yet? We haven't
got one either.
That's a nice little war the detec
tives are having out on the South
Ba gosh, it wouldn't be a bad idea
to go about ten feet into the lake
and pitch a tent.
You ought to be safe there all right.
A couple of London suffragets cut
an officer's suspenders when he was
dragging them to the station.
And the poor cop had to either let
them go or lose his dignity. Also his
trousers, bloomers, or whatever they
call 'em over in bally London.
That's what we call getting at the
seat of things.
Tommy, go to the foot of the class.
You're too fresh.
That Mexican Dove of Peace
would make a blame good fighting
The London papers, commenting
on the resignation of Huerta, give
credit to Wilson.
It would seem that folks way over
the pond have got better eyesight
than some right here at home.
It would be a big relief to get
through one big prizefight without
having to read about some sort of
graft connected with it afterwards.
Keep your eyes open in entering
PEOPLE AND THINGS
an elevator. Too many of them are
run in a slipshod manner.
Harold Hoops' new wife is undecid
ed whether to fight for divorce or for
Yet it rather looks as if "Hoops, my
dear," is ringing in her ears.
The canoe and the undertow of
Lake Michigan are running a stiff
race for drowning honors.
A wise person will grasp at an op
portunity to BE CAREFUL.
JUDGE LANDIS SURE HAD ONE
LARGE BUSY DAY
Federal Judge Landis went fishing
yesterday. Before going he did the
Sentenced 9 defendants in the Bare,
& Winden postal fraud cases to serve
from 9 months to 8 years in prison.
Fined 7 of 9 defendants $95,000.
Fined 8 railroads $30,000 for fail
ure to care for live stock in transit.
Told Chicago Board of Trade that
it could not maintain a "call" system
on the excuse that elevator owners
would dominate the cash grain mar
ket. Restrained Chicago Butter and
Egg Board from publishing arbitrar
ily fixed quotation committee prices.
Ruled that the Armour Car Lines is
no different from other common car
riers and ordered its vice president,
Frederick W. Ellis, to Answer ques
tions asked by the interstate com
Refused Western Extracting Co.'s
plea that it be allowed to soak whis
ky from empty barrels without giv
ing record of barrels' origin.
Ordered complete financial report
of receivership of A. C. Frost & Co.,
HAS SHE THE WARBLES?
Wanted A steady, respectable
young man to look after garden and
care for cow who has a good voice
and is accustomed to 'sing in the
choir. Ad in Connecticut paper.
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