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ninth inning with" he "score 'tied, all
the 42 centimetres they possess won't
keep them from being licked out of
JK ZX COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLIBHKS.
COO SO. PEORIA ST. CHICAGO, IU.
CtrcabUtea, Monroe 383ft
SUBSCRIPTION By Carrier to Chicago.
30 cent a Month. Br Hall. United
States and Canada. $3.(0 a Tear.
Entered aa second-daaj matter April
21. 1914, at tie poatottlce at Cblcatro,
HL, under the Act of March s, l&TJ.
DEPRAVED TASTE. Three hun
dred well-dressed women fought-for
admission into the courtroom at Los:
Angeles to hear the testimony' in the
Sebastian case, "testimony so sala
cious," says a newspaper, "that even
our hardened sporting editor retired
to the barnyard to read it."
It was an awful exhibition of the
depraved taste of well-dressed wom
en, wasn't it? Those women- were
simply catering to their own deprav
ity. They ought to have 'been at
home attending to their domestic du
ties. What must be the moral sense
of a community when the women will
so far forget themselves? What can
be the hope for,postenty when moth
ers fight to partake of nastiness that
is too tough for even hardened edi
tors? What a sorry public exhibition
of feminine disregard for reputation
for virtue, morality and good. form!
Can we hope for a right civic con
science, with the women acting in
But, come to think about it, maybe
those 300 women didn't have barn
yards in which to read the salacious-
ness in their family newspapers.
NOT WITH THE SCORE TIED
Dispatches tell us that the Canadians
on the battle front in France have,
started playing baseball and have in
oculated all the allies with the fever.
We predict that the first time the
At any rate Walliam Barnes, Jr.,
has shown, iow little respect he has
for presidents of the United States.
If a common man in a pair of overalls
held, the same attitude he'd be
grabbed as a dangerous anarchist
Harvard having completed a long
investigation has discovered that
liquor is sold in the clubs there. Did
they suppose anyone gave hem all
that stuff they drink football nights?.
Hint to Wives. A Belmar, N. J.,
man gave his wife $1 if she would
make her own Easter bonnet, and
then, gave her ?5 and bought her a
new hat if. she wouldn't wear it
The1 Liberty Bell is sjck, Recording
to old Art Brisbane, and must go to
the glorious climate to recuperate.
What's the trouble, ring worm?
Ha! We arise suspiciously. King
George says he drinks, barley water
and we read that Scotch whisky is
made of barley. t )i
o o ,'
"All right, but for one thing.
"What's that?" -
"There ain't any.
Germans break up a game in thej