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, KICKIN' THAT DAWG
If it isn't constitutional, Bill
iTaft will probably throw a fit
when he reads Teddy's speech in
favor of the recall of judges.
'For Bill loves judges. He was
a kind of 'a judge himself once.
But Taft wont play solitaire in
the fit-throwing game. Big Busi
ness will get black, in the face, and
twitch and squirm with horror.
For Big Biz likes crooked
judges especially crooked U. S.
judges who were wished on the
bench by crooked business and
crooked politics for life.
The powerful grafter who piles
up millions by watering stock,
stealing railroads, grabbing fran
chises and otherwise robbing the
people, needs crooked judges in
his crooked business.
These judicial crooks got so
all-fired crooked that they began
to run the government the peo
ple's government for the bene
fit of the big thieves who rob'bed
Hence all this outcry from the
people for the recall which
means the right of the people to
kick judges off the bench, when
they go wrong.
So when Teddy 'boosts the re
call, Big Business will howl for
him to quit kicking Wall 'street's
judicial dawg aroun'.
Go to it, .Teddy kick that
judicial dawg aroun' some more!
Switzerland has only 3,750,000
population. New York City
alone has over a million more
BLIZZARD GIVES CITY'S
Four men were seriously in
jured and several slightly hurt as
a result of the terrific snow-laden
45-mile-an-hour wind that swept
Chicago this morning.
Traffic was tied up, and the
high wind made walking danger
ous for women and children. The
blizzard, however, came as an aid
to the thousands of unemployed,,
for every man who applied to the
street department was given
work cleaning up the snow.
Weather man declared that the
wind would continue unabated
through the night. Tomorrow,
will be fair.
William Johnson, truck Co.
No. 2, was hurt when he fell
through a roof- fighting a fire in
a burning building at 117 S.
Green street. Several other fire
men received minor injuries. The
roof collapsed because of the
Benjamin Ruben, clerk in a
drug store at 1252 N. Robey, cut
by shower of glass when large
plate glass window collapsed un
der the pressure of the wind.
Fred Hacker, driver of a coal
wagon, internally injured when
Lake street "L" train struck his
team at crossing of East avenue
and South blvd. The horses were
killed. Confusion of signals be
cause of the 'blinding snow and
high winds were responsible for
Motor on Northwestern "L"
derailed, putting four stations
out of commission.
A score of minor accidents