MAYOR MUST SHOW HAND
Mayor Harrison and Chief of
Pplice McWeeny will appear as
witnesses at the Clark street mu
nicipal court in a Chinese gamb
ling case tomorrow if Judge Beit
ler and Attorney Charles F. Hille
can force them to.
Hille defended several China
men arrested Saturday night
charged with gambling on Arch
er avenue. He claimed Mayor
Harrison had granted permission
to Chinamen to play dominos as
long as the stakes were not high,
and declared his clients had not
violated the order.
Judge Beitler said he under
stood such permission was grant
ed, but that the police still arrest
ed the Chinamen. He advised
Hille to subpoena the Mayor and
McWeeny, and give them a little
practical experience in police
court procedure, and also put the
mayor on record as to whether
such games would be allowed.
The language best understood
among men is that of the heart.
He who is loved is the one who
The main thing to be desired
is more heart more heart in our
work, more heart in our play,
more heart in all our intercourse
with the world around.
There never can be too much
heart. There is, alas! too little.
The tendency of the age is to
make us hard-hearted. We live
in a whirl. We can find little
time for anything but our mate
Spme are so keen on money
making that we willfully shut'
our hearts to any emotion that
might stand in the way of suc
cess in business.
Others are so hard pressed in
the struggle for existence that
our whole energy is taken up in
the fight for a bare livelihood.
The world is so hard to them
that it makes them hard to all.
The need of these days is not
greater opportunities for com
merce and trade so much as
larger realizations of the possibil
ities latent in the fellowship of
Believe in the heart ! However
admirable is a brilliant or cap
able mindt however enviable a
skilled or art-touched hand,
something still more good and
beautiful lies in a true and gen
WHAT DID HE EXPECT?
Wig Your wife is not as pen
sive as" she was before you 'mar
Wag Noj she's ex-pensive
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