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have volcanoes, and in this coun
try we have the Mississippi and
presidents who try to elect them
selves to second terms.
"Charles Weideman was found
dead in the cellar of his home at
Independence, Wis., yesterday
with sixteen jagged holes in the
head. Evidently he was mur
Now what, think you, outside
of the "sixteen jagged holes in
the head," forced the Tribune cor
respondent to the sad conclusion
that the gentleman had "been mur
dered. Harvard university to estab
lish commission on western his
If we live lopg- enough, we'll
yet see the day when these east
erners find out there is something
else besides Indians and buffalo
in the west.
"Plan disposal of dead ani
mals." Head in Tribune.
How about dead candidates?
And, while we're on the sub
ject, how about planning the dis
posal of some of the mugs of can
didates that have been making
"he streets look like rogue's gal
"It is time for you and me to
yank the moans and groans out of
our prayers and put a shout of
victory there." Evangelist W.
B. Biederwolf, at Auditorium.
Now which of the two do you
think W. B. voted for Champ or
Aviator Mestach, flying be
tween New Orleans and Baton
Rouge, carried first aerial mail
delivery between two cities in U.
S. He will make no more-until
he gets out of the hospital.
George W. Perkins, formerly
Pierp Morgan's manager, will be
chief speaker at Presbyterian So-
cial Union banquet at LaSalle to
night. From past experience, it is rea-n
sonably safe to -say that when
George We gets up, he will talk
like a fish or a hypocritical crook.
"Rebel Mil U. S. citizen."
Head in Tribune. 4
Inasmuch' as the rebels caught
the said U. S. citizen operating a
gun which was killing rebel citi-
zens, you can't blame them much.
"In accomplishing this (put-i
ting the kibosh on the attempt to
get presidential preference pri
maries in Michigan, Mr. Taft's
bosses worked chiefly through
the Michigan sugar trust." Gov.
Osborn, of Michigan.
Why. shouldn't he work
through that channel? Hasn't
Taft put the Indian Sign on any
lowering of the tariff, and doesn't
the Michigan sugar trust and all)
the other little trusts owe him.
something for it?
Wonder how many men lied to
their wives about how they voted
on suffrage? Yes, w,e expect so.
"So called personal freedom
individual morals are no morals
at all. All morals are immoral
except those of God." Rev.
Father Vaughn, famous London
pulpit orator, at N. Y. q
Theodore Roosevelt predicts,
. William Howard Taft says cer
tainly I shall be nominated. "
Champ Clark says there is ncr
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