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:DOINGS OF THE-WORLD BOILED DOWN
f"Whathas the president gained
politically by the expression of
his' fyiews?" John Callan
r It's a .secret just now, John, but
ycju'irget the answer in 1912.
Geo. R. Sheldon, treasurer of
Republican' National Committee,
says- reason only, reason he
wrote the letter- clearing. Roose
velt of the Harriman charges, was
"Teddy asked nie to."
-There's something b'ilin' in
that Oyster tjay pot.
4tI abhor pdblicity. To a wom
an of refinement it is dreadful to
find things, in- the- papers about
herself." Mrs. J. Pierpont Morgan-
Havinggot this -'off her mind,
Mrs. Pierp asked, in an "offhand
sort of wayjy'understand; what
newspaper her remarks would be
PenHvith which President Taft
abrogated treaty of 1832 has been
sent to, Secretary 'Seelunfreeund,
Independent Order of B'nai
We regret that our reverend
chief executive has nonsense of
humor:' .Tf he' had 'any of that
salt of the gods, he'd have sent
the pen to" Willie Hears't.
Humorous Alpha Phi Epsilon
man, Episcopal Academy, Phil
adelphia, rubbed alcohol in hairv
of Henry Bassett, jr., during ini
tiation, and then set fire to it.
Bassett niay Jive.
L.-P. Royster, daughter,, son
and" 4 servants, Henderson, Ky.,
are'dead'from poison drunk in
S. C. Burr, E. H. Burr, C. H.
Tobey and E. W. Preston, officers
of "Burr Bros., Inc., N. Y, now de
funct, have arranged to serve one
year each on Blackwell's island
for the $15,000,000 they swindled
the public out of.
Which suggests that our laws
need looking to or the judge
that permitted the "arrange
ment." Kansas State Board of Health
now comes to the front in effort to;
standardize has"h served in restau
rants. W dread' the discoveries of the
K. S. B. of H.
"You may -be rich and living on
your income, you may be poor
and earning your living by 'the
sweat of your brow, whatever
your station in life is, the condi
tion of trade and commerce in
your country vitally affects you."
John S. Miller, attorney for
How-clearly John S. states the
reason the people are so imper
tinently interest in the operation
of J. Ogden Armour et al.
''As to the consecrated work
done by Mr. Hearst and his sys
tem of newspapers." The Ex
"President Taft completed his
Christmas 'shopping tonight, re
membering his friends all over
In the earnest hope that those
friends will- remember him in the
year of grace 1912.
"Employes of Marshall Field.&
Company are picked individuals."
From Marshall Field & Com-