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About The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-???? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1910)
THE OFFICE BOY'S -.OBSERVATIONS.
Th' more I see uv iolitishuns th' more I like my job.
A lot uv. fellers lookin' f'r political jobs are spoiled by bum
presswork resultiu' in bad impressions.
I notice that th' fellers who work in open shops are usually
workin' after me an' my feller workers have got home from our
When Fm ready to have my repertation pied I'm goin' t'
run f'r olf us.
Th' feller wot is willin' t' run f'r offus these days certunly
wants a job mity bad.
I ain't lived very long yet, but long enough t' hev noticed that
th' fellers that profit most from underpaid wimmen an' kids
is not always th' fellers that have th' least t' say at prayer
Us workin' fellers will take more intrust in th' savin' of
our immortal souls whe nit is easier f'r us to save our mortal
Th' boss wot, takes an intrust in his help is usually th' boss
that has help that takes an intrust in his business
They say two can live as cheap as one. Maybe they can, but
I don't believe-they can do it as long.
Them that ain't never tempted don't deserve no credit f'r not
THE LINCOLN AD CLUB CARNIVAL PROMISES FINE.
Though gotten up on short notice, the Lincoln Ad Club Carnival
promises to be one of the livest events pulled off. in this city for some
time.- Every member of the Ad Club is boosting now and the final
arrangements are being whipped into shape. The Carnival opens
at the Auditorium Oct 27th at 7 p. m. At 7 :30 p. m. a band parade
will be given on the streets. As is true of much of the program,
this band parade will be of burlesque character and amusing enough
to please all who see it. After' the band parade an imitation of
Susie's (Sousa's) famous band will be given at the Auditorium,
this will be followed by a sketch by the DeSoto quartette. Another
attraction for that evening is a burlesque boxing match in which
the participants will be blindfolded.
The reason Mr. Goold was forced to withdraw from the re
publican ticket in 1901 was not that he had borrowed money
of Hartley, but because having accepted a favor when it meant
mueh to him he was yellow dog enough to bite the hand that
had succored him. What Goold got then wasn't half what he
There is no sin greater than that of ingratitude.
Charles W. Post is accusing Sain Gompers of responsibility
for the Los Angeles Times explosion. Doubtless Uncle Sam
has been guilty of some pretty bad things, but he is innocent
of murder, and also innocent of divorcing the wife who helped
him from poverty and obscurity to prominence in order that
lie luight wed a fluffy-haired stenographer of fewer years and
The fact that there are three candidates for goAernor makes
it unnecessary for any voter to choose between any two of them.
To date not a single breath of scandal or abuse has been uttered
against Clyde J. Wright, socialist candidate for governor, and
in point of ability AVright has the old party candidates skinned
to a frazzle. . '
It transpires that the "bombs" found in the front yard of
General Otis immediately after the Los Angeles Times explo
sion were found by an ex.-detecth'e of that city who had been
discharged for crookedness.
Jasper L. MeBrien says by inference that he could have had
$20,000 -with which to make a campaign for senator, and that
the interests that offered to put up the money are now sup
porting Mr. Burkett.
Funny, isn't it, but the average orator speaking in favor of
county option begins by denying the right of the American
saloon to exist, and winds up by favoring a policy that recog
nizes that right. , .
We are not half so much interested in seeing Mr. Burkett on
the platform with Senator Cummins as we would be in seeing
Mr. Burkett on the platform with Mi Hitchcock or Mr, Whe
don. ' . -'
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