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WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO
Rev. Frank C. Bruner, Ogden
Park "Methodist church, says
Andy Carnegie, John D. and
Pierp. are Judases because they
have "hitched themselves to vari
x Champ Clark has been suffer
ing fearfully from cold for some
time, but Champ'll be well enough
to tell why he should be the Dem
ocratic nominee at the Jackson
day banquet tonight.,
j" "Hearst can have California
vote." "Examiner. Willie can
have it for all of us.
Mrs. Roosevelt has been seri
ously ill. Isn't it funny that one
hears so much about Theodore,
and so little about the Missus?
Mrs. Dioz C. Hagle, widow of
former Assistant Attorney Gen
eral Hagle, of Illinois, and her
daughter, Dorothy, are dying
from injuries suffered when kit-
-chen stove exploded.
Philadelphia cutlery importer,
name withheld, has confessed to
cheating government out of $$,
000,000 by smuggling.
40 Dixon and Sterling sports
held cockfight at Dixon last
night. Authorities sleuthing for
sports with frostbitten noses or
"Big Business" says Woodrow
Wilson is the friend of "Big
.Business," and urges the people
not to vote for the New Jersey
governor just because he is its
Suckers who subscribed thou
sands of dollars to company or
ganized to procure them share'in
-estate of Sir Francis Drake, can.
use whatever receipts they hold
to paper their be'droom. There is
no Drake estate.
Berlin police have prohibited
display of election returns by
stereopticon or other devices next
Friday. Say such displays im
Charles Elmer O'Toole, Chi
cago's prize 3-year-old baby, is to
be copyrighted by National Con
gress of Mothers. Oh, well, he
has time to live it down.
Mrs. Julia Jones, widow, 80,
South Haven, Mich., burned "to
death in home. Used kerosene"
to start fire.
Mrs. Joseph SabaughLaPorte,
Ind., mistook gasoline for keron
sene. She died.
Nat Goodwin says he's had
enough of matrimony, and will
"firmly" refuse any Leap Year
proposals. Question is, is Nat
strong enough to overcome the"
La Follette seems to be quite
pleased with results of his trip
through Ohio, Michigan, Illinois
and Indiana. Probably he doesn't
care whether the Inter Ocean is
pleased about these results or not
Son-in-law of Marshall Field
has been appointed new naval
secretary to Great Britain by
Winston Churchill. That proves
a man can live things down.
Rabbi Emil G. Hirsch says
Roosevelt was hypocrite in his
fuss over the "peace dinner." He
got his name in the papers again,
Mrs. Bridget Flanagan, Phila
delphia, was deserted hy her hus-