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Dr. Theodore B Templin,
Gary, Ind., gave one quart of his
blood to save wife's life. She suf
fered hemorrhage after birth of
baby. All three doing well.
Lieut. Boerner, French military
aviator, burned to death while
giving exhibition flights at Senlis,
Andy Carnegie has offered
$850,000 for-erection in Washing
ton of home for Federation of
North American Indians, recent
"Judiciary recall! The words
are so inconsistent I hate to utter
them, together. Are we going to
make our constitution a mere
liquid thing soithat the majority
,shaU flood every branch of gov
ernment?" President Taft in
'New Yojk speech. "
Mr. Taft begins to grasp the
Idea ' His language may be alle
gorical,' but evidently he realizes
what'the people want
Kentucky commission his dis
covered that average wage of 47,
436 women workers of state is
$5.96 a week,.
' That, seems to suggest good
.reason 'for woman suffrage.
Roosevelt hastily cleared out of
N. ". yesterday just as Taft pull
'cdln. 'Arid once they called each
oflier Theodore and Bill.
Of course, it is utterly impos
sible that Hearst papers are giv
ing so much space to attacks on
Woodrow Wilson because Willie
wants that nomination himself!
The idea is ridiculous!
Wonder if French government
"is guarding J. Pierp. Morgan so
carefully because it fears he will
be harmed, or because it fears he
will get away with the Louvre, or
some other trinket like that?
"What we 'need is more all
around husbands. I know of
nothing scarcer, unless it be good
wives. Love cannot thrive on
steam heat and janitor service."
Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood.
Mrs. Lockwood is 81 years old,
has had two husbands, is a mem
ber of the bar of the supreme
court of the'XJ. S., 'and has had
much legal divorce experience.
Probably she knows.
"It is usual when a man runs
for office to take aid and assist-1
ance from all sources, and be
thankful." Utica Press, re-i
ferring to Wilsons-Harvey inci-i
The Utica Press speaks truth.
It is usual and that's whafi
makes some of our public officers
act so funny. Consider, for in
stance, how varied were the
sources from which Honorable
Lorimer drew aid and assist-i
o o .
cloudy tonight and
Tuesday; for Chi
cago and Vicinity:
with lowest temper
ature near freezing;
ture Tuesday night; light to mod
erate southerlv winds becoming
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