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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 05, 1912, Image 8

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Nearly HoDboiured. The salpon
lobbyists tried to smile.
The vote on suffrage will be
taken in November. It is almost
""""'""'""T
Mrs. C. B. Hamilton, an Ardent
t Michigan Lobbyist for Suffrage.
ure to win. The Grangserswith
51,000 votes are for it.
si- The women had not expected
-to win so soon.
- O o
" ' "He's got no license to talk the
way he does."
' "Oh, he's got a license, allfright
What h'e lacks is a muzzled'
WHAT TO DO Et)R POISON
, Opium.
By W- C. Cotton, M. D.
Opium poisoning may be
known by the contracted pupils
of the victim, and by the slow
breathing- .t first the breathing
is slow and full, but it gradually
grows slower and shallower. The
"pin point" pupil is the most
characteristic ymptom.
Give emetics a teaspoonful of
mustard in warm water or a
tablespoonful of sirup of ipecac.
Remember that opium poison
ing may result not alone from the
irug in its original form, but
from laudanum, morphine, "pare
goric and the various soothing
sirups and cough cures that de
pend upon opium for their action.
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A Dead One.
' Two vaudeville performers
were talking about pugilists.
' "I think. Jack Johnson's adead
one," said the taller of the two.
"Why?" asked the other.
"Because he's on top of the
scrap -heap."- New -York Tele
graph, '
, " o o
. An Old Friend.
"An old friend appeared to me
very unexpectedly thebther day."
"An old friend?"
"Yes, the bottom of my coal
bin." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
U. S. shoes worn in Japan, Ko
rea, Siam, Egypt, Portugal, Af
rica, Liberia, Dutch East Indies,
Aden, German Oceania, Salvador,
and a score of other places, be
sides being popular in Europe.
As,

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