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s -The next . time' a sidewalk
scourge( sweeps, dust on me, I'm
going to "ram "the broomhandle
down "hTs "throat !
I never climb, over an end-seat
hog. 'I wade into-him!-'"' ,
The mildest dose Fhave'for a
s wellhead who blow-s' this own
hornas to suck' lemon where he
canlseeime! ',"--.. .,
' Ifi I were? a yellow, dog, there
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OF EVERETT-TRUE '
,' 'M ...
are some people I'd have too
much self-respect' to bite!
An automobile speeder ran
over me the other day. He may
recover. , .
1 I could kick the .fellow who
drops a tin. whistle into a ' blind
man'sThat. What's more, I will!j
, The day somebody talked of
sending me to congress it" hur
riedly, adjourned 1 '
Thinks Child His Own r )
Finds Wife Borrowed It
Waukegan, II., v'Nov. ,7.
Strapper than'fictio'n was the de
nouement, here" 'today,- whereby
Charles Q'Neill,- a painter and
contractor, was;advised by agents
of St. Vincent's. Infant Asylum
that the" daughter'-he 'hadlf of six
years cheriched as' his "owni-was
an orphan, 'borrowed .'by MrsV
.O'Neill. - 1 - ' '
Six years ago-O-Neill-was-ad-vised
while'away from thecity,
that" his Svife-had" "bprne him, a
daughter H'egrew very-fond of
the child, and ayear.ago, .when
he and Mrs". O'Nettl ere-separ-ated,
obtairied'custddyof the "lit
A snort time- 'ago, however,
agents of the orphanage'told'him
that, Mrs. O'Neill had borrowed
the girl, and that she" would have
to be returned, in the absence of
legal steps for- her adoption.
O'Neill was forced to surrender
the girl. , v
Today he'began .circulating a
petition asking 'Gov. Deneento
restore the cHild to him. - She'has
peen given to another -family by
the asylumr " "
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t ' The Difference.
If Jones bribes Brown's agent,
the courts will compel -Jones, ,tp
surrender any Advantages he-has
'sVcured 'by the bribery. But if
Jones 'bribes a Legislator or City
Council, the courts will not pro
tect the 'State-.orhe .City "as they
will Brown or any .other individ
ual." ' , -5 . 'j '
Has it eyer occurred to you
that-the Referendum affords the
relief which-"the -courts had de
ii the courts had , protected
publjt interests 'asj they did pri
vate interests, bribery of public
agents- would not have been so
profitable," The public had to pro
tect itself, and it has provided the
referendum to 'do what, courts re
fused to do.
Sultan' of Morocco has 2,00t)
wives. Naturally, he doesn't
w6rry about, the designs of
France or Germany. He has oth-.
er trouble's. I,. . .,' .,