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"rendered as a naturalist."
' "If all 'm6n felt a violation of
'the law would be followed by
speedy, certain and appropriate
punishment, crime would greatly
decrease in volume." Atty. Gen.
WfckersTiam, sp'eaking at New
Seeing that Wickie is attorney
general of these United States,
isn't it up to Wickie to see that'
all men feel certain that viola
tions of the law will be followed
by speedy, certain and appro
Specialists at John Hopkins
'hospital, .Baltimore, have sue-'
ceeded in substituting lining of
chicken egg shells for skin in
"Wall street O. K.'d inquiry
method," announces the Tribune,
referring to money trust investi
gation by congress.
You remember what we said
Saturday about money trust in
vestigation, don't you?
Great Britain and Russia have
lent Persia $25,000,000 the same
"being a little international loan
shark deal for which Persia will
Sailors at Galveston, Tex., re
port section of Gulf stream, one
mile square, boiling hot and
thousands of fish have been cook
ed. It is supposed to be either
volcanic eruption or brand sai
lors were drinking.
"The U. S. is engaged in a
great international game design
ed to secure peace without inter
vention in the various republics
bordering on the Carribean Sea."
John Callan O'Laughlin.
The other name of this "great
international game'5 is "Dollar
Diplomacy," and it otherwise is
designed to give Pierp. Morgan a
stranglehold on "the various re
publics bordering on the Carri
bean." Philander C, Knox, presently
secretary of state and formerly
Morgan's attorney, invented the
Miss Caroline M. Stearns, Lun
enburg, Mass., has left $500 to the
confirmed old maids of Lunen
burg. There has been no rush to
get the money.
Now that the Loruner Hearing
is over, whose dog is the Tribune
going to kick around every day?
Warden Weyler, Baltimore,
wants Maryland legislature to
pass law that murderers be chlo
roformed instead of hanged.
"As high as food prices are
now, they will not', in my opinion,
go lower. They are more likely
to increase." W. C. Brown, pres.
N. Y. Central ,and member of N.
Y. State Food Investigating com
mittee. Princess Patricia of Connaught
has handed the icy mitt to Pitts
burg society which invited her to
Perhaps Princess "Pat" reads
the-newspapers, and thus has
learned of the ways of some mem
bers of Pittsburgh's high society.
Alice Neumeister, Winnebago
County, 111., who found $25,000 in
gold in cellar of home after death
of father, has been deluged with
offers '.of -marriage.