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desire to understand and speak the
most perfect English, to hear this
exponent of refinement with his al
most supernatural powers of oratory
and phraseology. Here are a few of
the choicest specimen oMiis wonder
nang crepe on your ear, you
mutt;' your brain is dead.
"Sand your tracks; yer slipping.
"Sneeze, you lobsters; your brains,
"You two young heifers must not
make eyes at me."
No doubt when you have heard
this wonderful outburst of vulgarity
you will begin to wonder if the Prot
estant church is really making its
last stand against the effects of the
higher criticism by backing up this
monstrosity. Moody was emotional
enough. Chapman and Alexander
strove to bolster up orthodoxy, but
Billy Sunday is so dirty, so cheap and
so raise mat it seems to me to be a
sign that the church is making one
great grandstand effort to retain its
hold upon the feeble-minded. Not
even the most orthdox minister in
Chicago dare go into his pulpit and
use such vile expressions. How then
can they tolerate him as a represen
tative of those things they hold most
dear? Silly Monday.
COPS' SCALPS IN DANGER
Mayor Thompson- is said to be
"after" the policemen who arrested
six friends of his in the Blue Goose
cafe, Barry av. and Clark st., about
2 a. m. Sunday. The six were Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Stewart, 1242 Astor
st; Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Engle,
1447 N. Dearborn; Ferdie Peck, Jr.,
and Corinne Uzell, movie actress.
They were arrested for kidding Po
licemen Murray and Murines after
the latter had threatened to "pinch"
the proprietor for keeping open after
hours. Capt O'Toole freed tlje pris
oners and erased their nam.ee from
the record book. Peck later kicked I
to themayor. - . -"" .
Uneasy lies the head that wears a
crown these days.
Circus posters and political posters
will be stuck up around town about
the same time. Is it a coincidence?
A lot of married men will take, a
lesson in home training with the car
One sure sign of spring. About
300 gypsies who have been living
near Canal and 14th pi. are making
ready to make their spring drive out
"Play ball!" "popcorn," "peanuts.
Not yet, but soon!
NEW SENATOR'S WIFE BACK IN
Mrs. Jones is wifeof the new TJ. S.
senator from New Mexico and has
returned to society at the capital,
where she was prominent while he
husband was assistant secretary at
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