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can get a hearing before senate
committees, which would laugh
at a plain citizen who ent up to
protest against the tariff that
keeps the price of sugar up? &
22 years after she quarreled
with Edmond Finley because he
took another girl to a party, Lau
ra Gow married him at Washing
ton. Carl Hanson, Racine, Wis., has
filed suit for divorce because Mrs.
Hanson chases him with butcher
knife and locks him out when
ever he stays out later than 9
"Tod" Sloan, the American
jockey, is too' fast for his wife,
Julia Sandersbn, the actress. She
has filed for divorce, naming
dozen women. "Tod" is In
Mrs. Chas. Radeloff, Cincin
nati, arrested at Gary, Ind., has
confessed to murder of her hus
band. "He lied about me," she
"The people are sometimes in
the galleries," shouted Prender
gast, of N. Y., at Rochester con
vention, when someone wanted
That's the trouble. The peo
ple are in the galleries, from
which they can just look on.Jjut
not vote too durned often.-
90 years old, married.59 years,
member of Odd Fellows for 63
years, and still going record of
Geo. W. Cameron, Bethelboro,
Sherwoqd Magee, Phillies star
fielder, has received copy of Ar
kansas paper showing picture of
himself, with underneath: "Yuan
Shi Kai, new president of the
John Bladu, Hammond, Ind.,
stripped for swim in Lake Michi
gan. 4 men spied John. Thought
John was going to commit sui
cide. "Rescued" John, and car
ried him-naked-through streets
of Hammond, thus causing great
P. S. John was real peeved
about it, and came back by caus
ing arrest of all four of them.
"This is not the devil's world.
It is God's world, and He is run- '
ning it,-" Evangelist W. B,
Biederwolf, at Auditorium.
Jacob Weiss, N. Y., wants $2,
000 from Drs. Otto Kiliani and
Herman Fischer because they
sewed sponge in his stomach aft
"My vote for Senator Lorimer
defeated me. I am ready to quit.
I'll go way back and sit down."
Ex-Uncle Shelby Cullom.
What else is there for our for-
mer uncle to do. He can'sit down,
in the front any longer.
Henry McCraskin, - whose
speech caused Rock Island riots
in which two were killed, was
nominated by Republicans as
candidate for state's attorney.
McCraskin, we should imagine,
is just exactly the sort of man'
to have seeing to it that the law1
Jennie Black, at meeting of
Women's Christian Temperance
Union, at Cincinnati, advocated
curfew law for men of Cincinnati
and women of that fair city are
1 going to try and
"Do you want
have it passed.'
me to tell you