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AN EVOLUTIONARY TIP
Warning to engaged couples Don't kiss too much!
MORSE HAS QUIT DYING.
Houston, Tex., Aug. 17. Re
member Charles W. Morse, the
ex-convict ice king, who got out
of the federal penitentiary at At
lanta because he was dying?
Well, that dying gentleman is
in again, and he sure is some ac
tive gent for a dying man.
He has just bought a steamship
line to run between Houston,
New Orleans and New York.
Later, he says, the line will run to
Porto Rican ports.
Morse also is interested in the
canal from Houston to the coast,
which will soon be completed. His
steamship line will have to buck
the Southern Pacific Steamship
system, which is operated by the
Some busy guy for one who got
out of jail by having physicians
f tell Taft that he was liable to die
within ten days, isn't he?
o o k
WEST SIDE TO GET DEPOT.
The West Side may have the
largest and finest passenger ter--1
minal in the world. v-
The Pennsylvania Railroad to-
day announced plans for a new
union station on the square
bounded by Adams, Canal, Clin-
ton and Jackson. ' 5
Postmaster Campbell also said
he was considering a site just'
west of this for the new postoffice
for which Congress appropriated I
According to the Pennsy's
plans, the new Station will cost
$35,000,000. The architecture
will be like that of the North-
western depot The old union 2
station, just east, will be used as I
a suburban station. J
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