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OhiiX House, North Stele and
At the corner of Thirty-first
street and State, McLaughlin yes
terday saw an old friend of his,
George Stoltz, selling trust news
papers. "You're zs fool to sell scab
-papers on this corner," McLaugh
lin told him. "First thing you
.know, there'll be a riot, and then
you'll be hurt, and the trust news
papers won't pay the doctor's
As McLaughlin finished, a
" burly person ranged alongside of
him, and shoved him.
McLaughlin asked the burly
one, what the matter was.
"Never mind what the matter
is. You get to h 1 out of here,
McLaughiln not being used to
having people call him the sort
of name the burly one used, hit
that person in the jaw. 'J'he burly
orie came back with a club, and
then .showed a star that had been
hidden under his coat, and arrest
ed McLaughlin for "assaultirig
McLaughlin told his 'story to
tthe judge, but it didn't make any
difference in the fine.
Ethel Maud says she uses
lemon juice on her face for her
Atarie I wondered where she
.got that sour look.
Shall we have two ex-presidents
or only one? And if only one,
OF JUDGE HANFORD
Washington, June 7. In the
most stinging, arraignment of a
federal jurist ever heard in the
halls of Congress, Victor Befger,
of Milwaukee, on a question of
the highest privilege, today de
manded the impeachment of Fed
eral Judge 'Cornelius P. Hanford,
Hanfdrd recently revoked the
citizenship papers of Leonard
Olesson because Olesson is a So
cialist, and President Taft him
self has given orders that Oles
son's case l)e reopened.
In demanding Hanford's im
peachment, Berger said:
"I charge Judge Hanford with
being an habitual drunkard.
''I charge him wtih having an
nuled on "May 13, in violation sof
the Constitution and on a frivol
ous charge (Socialism) the natur
alization papers of Leonard Oles
son "I charge him with having is
sued in a collusive suit of Xugust
.Peabody against the Seattle, Ren-
ton & Southern Railway, in Au
gust, 1911, an injunction in the
interests of the company 'and
against the interests of the citi
zens of Seattle, and flagrantly m
violation of justice and law.
I charge him with heing mor
ally and temperamentally unfit to
hold a judicial position.
"I charge him with having been
guilty of a long series of unlawful'
and corrupt decisions."
The House Judiciary Commit
tee will hear Berger's substantia
tion of his charges.
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