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'Tis shameful to steal stuff
from Taylor's colyum in the
Trib., but this is too good. Un
der th,e caption, "Ye Ed Alone
Survives," Taylor quotes from
Carroll county Democrat : "There
is no more danger of scarlet fever
in tin's city, all have been killed
and the scare is over."
Arthur Gallo, N. Y., awarded
$7,659 by supreme court for -loss
of spleen from injuries received
in falling building. .Physicians
testified they did not know what
spleen was for, but that Gallo
could survive loss of it only 5
Ah, those tears that are being
shed by the enemies of Woodrow
Wilson these days because they
find their "trust" in him was mis
placed, and that he is an "in
grate!" State Senator Walter C. Jones
last night joined the "Knocking
Uncle Joe Cannon" club.
"There is a person down in
New York Hearst is his name."
Senator Joseph Bailey, of Texas.
- My goodness, Joseph, such dis
respectfulness for the man who
saved Christendom from the
Turks, who freed the Chinese,
who forced the Russian bear to
kneel in abject submission, who,
on various occasions, has been
the bane of the Democratic
Former Governor Franklin
Fort, of New Jersey, is about to
join the Ananias Club. He's the
latest to "be "in a position to say
that Colonel Roosevelt will . . . "
. E. C. Buskirk, Kansas City,
sick and out of work, paid his
last $1.50 to get license for dog
that saved his childs life, rather
than see it victim of dog catcher.
More than 1,000 killed in bat
tle in Yuaguache, Ecuador.
Whole army. must have been
Paris Matin tells how J. Pierp.
Morgan begged to be allowed to
touch page in ancient book bear
ing thumbmarks of kings of
France, and then tried to buy the
book for $20,000.
Fancy our iPerp. thus bowing
down to the memory of kings !
An awful lot of people have
"conspired" against Honorable
B. L. Taylor, in Tribune sug
gests that Marse Henry Watter
son's outburst of horror over "in
gratitude" of Woodrow Wilson
may have been due to Marse
Henry having been 'under the
mellowing influences of his favor
ite herb mint, properly concoct
ed. See how many "Big Business"
newspapers are discovering that
Wilson was "ungrateful" to Hon.
Smith, one time Democratic boss
of New Jersey and U. S. senator.
Smith chose Wilson as his can
didate for governor because he
thought him a simpleminded'
schoolmaster. Wilson accepted
Smith support on condition that
Smith did not again run for sen-atorshiD.
Wilson once elected, Smith for
got his promise, and ran for gov
ernor. Whereupon Wilson, kick
ed Hon. Smith from New Jersey's
capitol, deposed him as Demo-