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"way game, Mayor Harrison is
handicapped by not having au
thority to send either of the play
ers to the clubhouse.
Now that the Cubs have licked
the Giants three out of four, we'll
forget all about that little inci
dent of Johnny Eyers being sus
pended. He came in handy, but
we could put the work on just the
same when he was out of the
Within the past few months
State's Attorney Wayman has
tried five women for murder and
convicted none of them. We sug
gest that he now try a few men
murderers and that he begin on
the murderers of Conductor Witt
and" Teamster Hehr, both of
whom were murdered by slug
gers in the. employ of newspapers.
Will women now kindly omit
killing their husbands for a while
so that Wayman will have no fur
ther excuse for not prosecuting
men murderers ?
Willie Hearst scored a great
scoop on all the other papers in
yesterday morning's Examiner.
He printed a first-page story in
the early editions telling his read
ers that Mrs. Bernstein had been
found guilty. And then the jury
didn't come in until last night,
and then returned a verdict of
not guilty. Things appear to be
breaking badly for Hearst in
During the last twelve months
1,118 girls between the ages of 0
atfd lu were reported missing by
the London metropolitan police,
and of these 1,102 were traced.
SHE SLIPPED ONE OYER
Mrs. Hattie W. James and Mrs.
Ellen Magill are neighbors, but
they aren't friends by a long shot.
Mrs. James lives at 940, and
Mrs. Magill at 946 Montrose ave.
Mrs. James was not assessed for i
personal" property. The board of -'
review received the following
"Why no assessment on per
sonal property of Mrs. Hattie
James, 940 Montrose -ave? She"
has fine electric cars, precious
stones, jewelry, fine clothes, is a
society lady, etc" -
And the' note was signed E.
Magill. Mrs. James is now taxed
on personal property assessed at
$1,500, and the atmosphere
around 940-946 Montrose avenue
is so frigid that Peary would feel t
at home in it.
"Mamma, can I take the pin
cushion for a while?"
"Yes, my child. But what do
you want with it?" v
"Sammy Sellers next -door is
playing merchant and he has
some lovely mud pies, at seven
pins, marked down from eight."