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Pease, at Betterment League
meeting, N. Y.
Senator Works of California,
has introduced bill in senate pro
viding for woman suffrage.
One thing that makes us feel
real good is the way these Cali
fornia women are making their
representatives hump themselves.
Fires are raging in northern
section of Pekin, and the looters
are having a good time.
Small boy hit E. G. Burkman,
St. Louis, on head with snowball,
in which was a stone. Burkman
spanked small boy. Small boy's
father came to his rescue. Burk
man licked papa. Whereupon
poppa licked small boy again,
and thus the tragedy ended.
Marion J. Lambert, millionaire
clubman, St. Louis, has shocked
"sassiety" in that city by taking
"Brooklyn Tommy" Sullivan in
to his home to train him for fight
with Oliver Kirk Monday night
Willie Farrell, 13, Youngs
town, O., missed seeing Taft on
his recent Ohio tour. So he start
ed for White House on freight
train with. 22 cents in his pocket.
Pittsburgh police arc attending
George Shima, a Jap, has cor
nered potato market of Califor
nia. We shall now incline our
ears to hear the men he beat to it
hollering about the "yellow
"I am glad to be here at a time
(5 :30 p. m.) when those who have
published the solid facts of the
day have laid down their pens and
when those who are about to re
publish the same facts tomorrow
morning are just starting their
tasks." Taft to National Press
Cousin Bill doesn't seem to
have much -use for the morning
J. J. Hughes, millionaire plan
ter of Arkansas, found guilty of
murder in first-degree for killing
of Tommie Dolan, July 9, by
Memphis jury. Life.
Gee ! A millionaire found guil
ty of murder and sentenced to
Assemblyman Brooks, N. Y.,
has introduced'bill 'to standardize
glasses in' saloons. "When a man
pays for a -drink he ought to get.
it," says Brooks.
Somebody must have handed
the Hon. Brooks one with a collar
OUR PRECISE ARTIST
"Cut out for a politician."
The infallible recipe for
happiness is to do good.
Henry Drummond. s