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- may attractrar-fewenemieg to -his
band-wagon, Jbut- they. wilL be
mere floaters. My -enemies"are
the' kind that' will stick! '($&ld
v "cheers and frtizzas.) '
Hence with'the enemy vote sol-.-idified"
and" the'- sorehead-senti-"
ment crysfaljzed,.! caii win in a
walk,'whiletheftotfrer fellows are
still runhmg and all out of breath
to Keep ,a lead on their JiandfuJ of
enemies. (Music: "See the Con-
quering;Hero Comes." Cheeringo!
for 95 mjnutes..) , 0c
- That is why I am going to buy
a shirt of- mail and mm as theifc
Enemy's Choice. Then after, lir
am president I'll distribute my
patronage so-'as to earn the illr
willof -those yho honestly differ
from my enemies and win a.seci
ond term by acclamation and go
dowit into history, as the only-r
president who forgave all his-j
' TRAFFIC SCHEME MAKES MOTOR DRIVERS- PEEVISH,
v BUT IT'S ZIKELY TO AVOID KILLINGS . ,
-v-i ff H "& v iy'? tiKP fiSHr ZLxf "$ I vdHHHfc "
Adopting the ideas of London traffic-regulations the- police..,
' of several eastern cities are compelling drivers to go around "aisles
of safety" in turning into main thoroughfares. The heavy line in
the. photograph shows how lH& police now compel drivers to make,,
. this wide detoiipri- rounding corners. The broken line shows the ,
.. old way. The "new-rule has caused", considerable confusion and
there have been many clashes. ; The motor drivers 'have been the r
chief offenders. The new rules-work well for pedestrians -