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Finally Delaine laid down his
palette and came to her side.
"Jeannette," he said, "the pic
ture's done." His tone was as if
it were a calamity rather than a
triumph. She sighed, and the
"blue eyes met the brown ones.
"But is love done?"
"No," "she cried, flinging her
arms atound his neck. "It 'has
"What does "this -mean?" said
Gavinsjust then appearing. ,
"It means that you can take the
picture!" cried Delaine, not re
leasing his hold on Jeannette.
"And I will keep the original."
Government expects to rest its
case in the 'trial of the packers a
week from today.
"I arn, here to do what I can to
further the nomination of Theo
dore Roosevelt for president."
Gifford Pinchot, at luncheon
given by the Progressive league
The five-cent street car fare
service at Morgan park started
today. Some happy bunch at the
Josephine Messina, 1833 So,
Clark street is Chicago's first
1912 Leapj Year baby, registered.
Thomas Counoupotis, 871 La
Salle st.. was arrested for cruelty
to animals when caught beating
his horse. The sight of men "beat
ing their horses, especially When
the animal has fallen down in the
street, is common these1 'days.
At-last they have barred the
two year old Jjabies of John Sta
cey and George Rebenau from
the court room.
It's about time.
Republican voters of Chicago
will be given an opportunity at
the primary election on April 9
to voice their preference for the
party's candidate for president of
the United States.
White Sox have left , Chicago
and are speeding on their way to
Waco, Texas, where they will
They expect to spend two days
on the subject and at the end of
the two days, they probably will
still be sure business is wicked
and something ought to be done
WHAT DID HE Dp?
The "benevolent old lady was
much interested in a one-legged
Marine, and asked him how he
lost his limb.
"Well, marm, it was like this.
.One day in Kingston harbor all
hands were bathing, and just as I
was climbing into the boat a big
shark seized me by the leg. I
thought it was all up with me."
"And what did you do, my poor
man? said the old lady.
"Do?" said the hero
let the beggar 'ave it.
argues with a shark."
Women armed with lumps of
iron and stones had a fine.time in
London today breaking all the
plate glass windows on five of the
principal streets as part of a con
certed suffrage demonstration.
They then submitted to arrest.