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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 30, 1912, Image 32',
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of being responsible- for the mob
outrages that occurred here the
forepart of the. week. Schriver
"was roasted to a turn, but he was
helpless to stop the sale of the
.Federal proceedings .may be
i brought against .Looney and his
aides for sendng last week s pa
pers through the mails, but the
) editors declare the edition was
' much cleaner than the metropoli
tan dailies which printed columns
of salacious testimony about the
' All kinds of rumors are flying
about Rock Island about dyna-
j miters, but little faith is placed in
( them by responsible citizens.
'They can see no reason why this
, gify should be selected for such
violent operations, and lay it to
the usual dynamite hot air that
,crops ,up every time theer has
been trouble in any part of the
nation-'since the McNamara trial.
A man giving his name as
"Smart" was arrested last night
,by Sheriff B'runer. This man has
teen referred to as a "dynamiter,"
would-be "assassin" of the sheriff
and an all-around bad man. No
one appears to know just, what he
did dp. '
Militiamen still patrol the1,
town, but is is probable 400 of.
them will' be sent home Sunday.
The grand jury investigating .the-
riots began work-this mor.ning.j
, .A verdict from the. coroner's jury1
1 will be delivered 'Monday.
Imagine the Venus di Milo do
ing the Bunny Hug.
w nen l was ten years oiu uiu:aa- -
I found and found tamySlis-
- -i j
trchb js-asr- ,m lA
'That pennies though I' had but, w
few f ,
Vanished with swiftness from my'
view. , ,;'" T;
I couldn't figure where they Vent, '
"I only knew'that they were spent. y
And so 'Til keep account;'' I said, - -"'
"Of what p5o with every 'red' J'
I bought a book and fountain pen, v.,
I meant to keep my wordHJut f
then . . K '
So many things. distracted rme ' j
I couldn't make the book agree-i; P
With what I had on hand at ally '- I
My spendings I could not recall, 1
And so-I liad the bookiaway, j
To gather dust until jtmsdVy " .!
Each year -upon the height I
jnpunt y -
And swear that I- will-keep ac-
count . $ .g.V
And-leafnhere'alh my monejj.
-" goes' - "
And why the dost of living grows' ;
the record" jib
I try to Join the ta'reful tribej.
And as" to how my in come, flies,
I have "no-dope to-rputme wise?
And when. I'm old and bent and
. gray , '
'I'll doubtless still keep ontfhat!
way. "" '..,' '