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Y., offers smoking room, free
cigarettes, free powder, paint and
rouge to attract women patrons.
William J. Burns has got his
finger into the Lorimer pie
doubtless with intent to draw out
Mrs. Rebecca Nathanson, N.
Y.; hid her jewelry in the "other"
stocking. Kept whole N. Y. po
lice force worked up about jt for
two hours before she remembered
having done so.
Col. Roosevelt will not answer
political questions on Sunday
nor Monday, nor Tuesday, Jior
Wednesday, nor Thursday, nor
Friday, nor Saturday.
Last British general election
cost 88 cents a vote. Lorimer
might move over there, and save
Enthusiastic Persian plotted to
kill American official so as to
force this, country to intervene in
Our idea of a job not worth
having is one of any kind in
Six persons in every 100,000 in
U, S. were murdered in 1910.
Census Bureau statistics.
Chicago hospitals which care
lessly used to mix up babies have
determined to be real systematic.
Every "baby will be tagged with
courtplaster and mother's name
and address as soon as born,
German Socialists are indig
nant over results of last election.
Socialists always are indignant
6ver election results.
Having failed to attract atten
tion by murdering Arabs Italy
now is seizing French ships and
getting the whole-hearted atten
tion of the French war office.
Henry Clews, N. Y., yesterday
gave congregation of Pilgrim
church, secret of making money
in Wall street. "Just buy stocks,
cheap and, sell them when price
goes up," said Henry."
Edward B. Phelps, N. Y., says
alcohol slew 66,000 in U. S. in
1908, and offers to prove it. f
"How strange that the press of
this country prints ordinary news
and fails to catch higher inspira
tion and deal oftener with lofty
ideals." John D. Rockefeller."
How -can the press find room
for "higher inspiration" and
"lofty ideals" when it has to give
so much space to the iniquities of
"I am a reactionary and am not
afraid to claim it." Senator Jos
eph Bailey, of Texas. Probably
this explains Joseph's refusal to
run for the senate again.
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., having
quit trying to wipe out white
slave traffic, now going to reform
prisons. Been seeing writing on
Mrs. Hugh Tolliver and her 3
children burned to death in home
at Areola, Mo. Husband "used
gasoline by mistake." He may,
Marie Shinn, 17, Camden, N. J.,
has hiccoughed steadily for 16
days. Mother has arranged for '
private minstrel performance to
try and make Marie laugh and
forget to hiccough.
"Bub" WJcks, Tarrytown, N.
V., deposes that he cut hole in ice