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Michael Kluczynski unless he
changed his name. Now, what in
the name of a free country, has a
man's name- got to do with his
qualities as citizenship?
Russian translation of federal
judge is "Czar."
Missouri supreme court de
clares newspapers have right to
criticize public officials, and to
draw their own inferences from
the acts of a public official.
Carriage door. "slammed"
against knee of King Peter of
Servia and he was hurt, and this
was duly chronicled in foreign
news sent to this country. Poor
Peter, did ums do it to urns?
An alibi and a habeas corpus!
Gentlemen, which thimble is the'
pea under now?
Douglas Fairbanks, actor sailed
for Cuba to win $1,000 bet from
Georgie Cohan for walking 300
miles in Cuba. 'Taint enpugh for
walking two block in Cuba.
Ritter Matkovic, Vienna, shot
and killed Baroness Holzknecht
and her two brothers because she
wouldn't marry him. When did
Chicago methods get to Vienna?
Health department's lost twen
ty white mice. Oh, gjrls! But
maybe you don't mind WHITE
Mrs. Winifred H. Cooley, N.
Y., says fod makes morals. Mean
ing, you can't blame a poor, un
derpaid, halt starved girl for
yielding to temptation.
Richard L. Edwards, 75, Wall
street pirate, married Ida Chase,
50, at New York. And it wasn't
an old school boy and girl love,
either, - - . ,.
Well, West Hammond, how
d'you like finding out who's run
ning your resorts? Your mayor
and the sister of one of your
judges, for instance? Fine, isn't
Hearst's Examiner splurges on
following from Rome Massagero,
which reproduced Caneva's mes
sage to Hearst on Turk war.
"This is how honest and import
ant journals report, war." Mean
ing, by reporting one side only.
"Charity can't save babies."
Prof. Charles Henderson, "Chica
go university. Charity can't save
anything, Charles. But ustice
Attorney General Wickersham
approves tobacco organization.
Which doesn't say much for
Taft's attorney general if Roose
velt is to be believed.
HORSE STILL WITH US.
Horses seem rare these days.
The clatter of hoofs on the pave
mentNis a novelty which one no
tices, even in jumping out of the
way of automobiles and motor
And yet did you know that
horses are on the increase? Ten
years ago they constituted hut
29.2 per cent of all live stock;
now, 42.4 per cent. Mules scored
an increase of 166.2 per cent in
the last decade. If you try to buy
a good horse, either for driving
or draft work, you will find them
It is too early, then, to count
out the noblest of animals. He
isn't in the buffalo class yet,