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TWO-aTOBYSTREEIVCARrO EASE CROWDED FEELING
New York.is trying out a new type of street can. It is a fdou- .
ble-decker," somewhat like the European type, but with its lower "
deck almost level with the paVement, a side door instead of a rear
door, and a roof on ,top instead of being openr as most European
''tram" cars -are. The passengers climb to the top by a. little wind
ing stairway paying heir "fare to the conductor at the bottom. If
it proves successful, the -car may be adopted generally in big cities. -
ON THECOACHING LINE.
An American f cartoon shows
Mayor Harrison sitting on the
street car lid. Yes, just sitting.
That's all. You can't-see Andy;
he's under the lid.
Judging by what we read in the
big stones in tbe newspapers Mr.
Mandel was a great merchant
prince and a large advertiser.
The quicker the Bull Moose J
party shakes itself loose from
some of the four-flushine; poli
ticians who. joined merely to get
office ,or help their Republican r
friends, the better it will be for
the Bull Moose. Without men- -tioning
any names, we, refer toT
the Tribune and the Harvester!
crowd back of it. And one of the
names we won't mention is Mc-,
Anyhow, Teddy prodded Pen
rose until the Pennsylvania boss. .
let a big squeal out of himself.
As an umpire in the street rail-,