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m-m ra?e?g f tj
caused "riot in N. Y. street-r-until
crowd learned spanking had dis
lodged thimble swallowed by the
Rev. D. F. Shields, negro
preacher, Kalamazoo, Mich.,
preached to imaginary crowd on
street while thermometer stood
at 8 below. Lunacy commission.
Canadian branch of American
Federation of Labor has adopted
legislative program which in
cludes abolition of Canadian sen
ate. , There must be some Lorimers
and Aldriches and Bloody Shirt
' Hep'burns up in Canada, b'gosh.
Confidentially, everybody will
know what Roosevelt is going to
do by June, or before, or after, or
"Under no circumstances shall
I be a candidate for the Demo
cratic, nomination." William
Jennings Bryan. Strike three!
Yesterday was the anniversary
of the Big Wind in Ireland. But
that probably had nothing to do
yith the temperature in Chicago.
Mrs. Pauline Rosner, N. Y.,
fainted in street. "Physician" in
crowd .attended her, and also
"-helped himself to $1,000 diamond
necklace she had been wearing.
Andy Carnegie arrives in
Washington tomorrow to tell
Stanley Committee all he knows
about the steel trust or all he
thinks it advisable to let the Stan
ley Committee know he knows.
Harry A. Archbald, New Ro
chelle, found number of pearls in
oysters in N. Y. cafe. Says he
has discovered wonderful thing
about pearls. Says no matter
how lie Jaid pearls on table they
arranged themselves in line from
North to South.
Well, we said it was in a cafe,
Walter Fisher, secretary of the
interior, has sent in his maiden
report. Quite maiden!
Fred Weyerhaesiir, who made
so much money in lumber hes
beginning to talk about himself,
says any young man can get rich
if he saves.
Now, Fred, speak right up and
tell the young men where to get
the stuff to save.
Sarah Shepherd, OsTikosK,
Wis., who is engaged to Wesley
Doty, Oshkosh, has brought suit
for criminal libel -against Effie
Holweger, Oshkosh, who has
sued Wesley for $5,000 for breach
Well, we can't help it if it does
sound like a sneeze, and beside's
it's the kind of weather.
One man killed and seven in
jured in wreck on Illinois Cen
tral at Waterloo, la.
"We musjt have combination,"
ejacualte the interests.
Sure, but that's no reason why
we should stand for so much wat
er in the combinations that it
slops over and douches the peo
ple. o o
"No," said Mr. Cumrox; "I do
not in the heast disapprove of my
daughter's marrying a title.",
"But you seem dissatisfied." "I
am. What I object to is the fel
low that goes with it." Wash