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suit for $30,000 against bride's
parents. Says they persuaded
her to leave him. I , .
"Laws-are like drugs,' and like
drugs should be kept ' on the
shelves to be used when need
ed." Chief of Police Kohler, of
Cleveland. Some Taws are deadly
enough. -v- -
Police don't want to catch "Rev.
Frederick Percival, lately chap
lain to King George of England.
He was told to "vanish" two
weeks agoand ""given time to set
tle up his affairs. Whatever his
"immorality" consisted of it was
something that would embarrass
the royal family if published.
Reported in New York that
Fielder Jones, forfnerly of the
White Sox, will be the new man
ager of the Yankees. l
Attorney General Major, MisA
, souri,' 'says Harvester Trust
Justice is ' blind sometimes
she'-s so gqsh-darned blind she
doesn't see how some people
make a Joolof her.
Wonder if John D. ever night
mate's about his 'Hereafter?
Hearings before Interstate
Commerce Commission show ex
press companies sometimes make
882 per cent on money invested.
Now d'you understand why we
can't get a parcels post in this
Rep. Martin W. Littleton, N.
Y., member of Stanley Investiga
tion committee, has been "called
to New York on important busi
ness." ' Funny thing about Martin is
that "important business" blew in
just when Martin's -vote was
needed to force Rockefeller to ap
pear before committee and ex
plain theft of Duluth, Mesaba
railroad from the Merrits. ,
California attorney gerieral
rules women of state can't aft as
jurors even if they have ballot.
Also, daughter of John D.
Spreckles, first woman autoist
ever fined for speeding in San
Francisco. Judge said he thought
'that since women had vote, they
could afford to pay fines.
I Our1-idea of a sneak thief can
be spelled two ways John D.
Rockefeller and Rev. Bunco
steerer Gates. -.
Some people lead a decent life,
and others give to "charity."
So instead of. being subpoenaed
to appear before the committee,
Jawn has been "invited."
Of course, he'll accept the invi
tation. Instructive Books
1 "How to Steal a Blind Man's
Pennies." By John D. Rockefel
ler. " ,
"Helping the" Heathen or
How to Avoid Saying Nasty
Things About Your Advertisers."
By' Willie Con-man Hearst.
"How to Use a Man Whose
Black Coat Buttons up the Back
in Stealing Your Friend's Pocket
book." By Rev. F. T. Gates, i
"How Not to Go to Trial." By
the Beef Trust, edited by a Fed
eral Judge. ,
"How a Girl Can Live on Noth
ing a Day." By any manager of
a department, stored
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