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There may be some good arguments against the strike injunction but this is not one of them.
If there is any gratitude in the world. (Bottom): Perhaps Mr. Hoover better go up there and help them organize.
Even if the bowl of soup isn't to their liking there must be a simpler way of upsetting it.
The money they lose on a few strikes would go a long way toward it.
Well why in Sam Hill didn't they try that several months ago?
The President has decided to spend vacation quietly in Washington. (Optional line): In the rough.
The Great Gold Rush of 1922. (Subtitles): The discouraging year of 1921; and the long uncertain wait during the winter of 1921-1922; and in the early Spring after a winter of privation and hardships; and the long hard summer of 1922 with fortune within their grasp.
And they say that government management is inefficient.
We still can't see anything the matter with it.
The fable of the stork and the fox. (Bottom): Once upon a time a stork and a fox, having gained a reputation for bull-headed enmity, decided to pull a series of get-together luncheons to show the public their kindly spirits. There upon the stork with great show of magnanimity invited the fox to dinner served in a long-necked urn where there was only room for his long bill to reach the savory viands; the fox, not to be outdone in generous hospitality, invited the stork to participate in a return benefit tea party which was served in a shallow saucer, in which the stork could only dip the end of his bill; whereupon each with a great air of injured innocence pointed to the ingratitude of the other; moral: we'll never get anywhere this way.