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Grand Central railroad, Eng
land, today pqsted notiqe .that on
Sunday it will suspend all opera
tion until the end of the miners'
strike because of the impossibility
of getting coal.
"I denounce these gentlemen
(Washington B. Thomas, head of
the Sugar Trust and John E. Par
sons, for years attorney for the
trust and the most distinguished
lay Presbyterian in N. Y.) as hav
ing robbed, as having robbed, I
say, and as having robbed merci
lessly and shamelessly." Federal
District Attorney Wise, at Sugar
We gather that Wise thinks
Thomas and Parsons stole some
"Infant teachers get raise."
We did not know there were
any "infant teachers" in Chicago,
but since there are, by all means
let them have their raise.
And, talking about infant teach
ers, the Examiner calls them
a new -kind to go with the latest
Treasure trove of Melish Vlido,
king of tribe of Servian gypsies,
was robbed of $10,000 in gold
coin, near St. Louis yesterday.
We we labored under the delu
sioruthat gypsies were poor peo,
ple! L. M. Kramer, Seattle, has been
acquitted of charge' of trying to
rob his mother.- -His mother, who
refused o testify against him," is
serving a 30 day sentence foncon
tenipt of court. ' "
Generally fair to
night and Friday
for Chicago and vi
cinity; lowest tem
perature t o n i ght
about 18 above;
winds, becoming light and vari
able by Friday morning.
Yes indeed. Certainly. When
woman gets equal rights with
man, she'll have as much right to
start a cult, hire a temple and
keep a lot of good-looking men
as men have to do. the same thing
now. But we don't think she'll
be that foolish. Keeping one
No, we haven't heard anything
more about that investigationas
to where Millionaire Swiftjgot his
death blow. The coroner isn't
So Mayor Harrison is going to
make speeches. It would do more
good if he'd clean the street. We
don't have to walk on his oratory,
but we do on the streets.
It's very careless of the N. Y.
Central not to advertise in Willie
Hearst's newspapers. Willie is
in politics and needs the'money.
Why does congress want to in
vestigate the baseball .trjist?
Doesn't the Washington club
hand out enough passes?-