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PINCH LAVIN'S DRIVER.
Jack Connors, chauffeur for
in-waiting to Andy Lawrence of
the Hearst papers, Jias an idea
that just because the trust news
paper autos and wagons can dash
through the streets at high speed
and kill and maim citizens, he,
being Lavin's man, can do the
Connors in the captain's car
came crashing down Michigan
avenue yesterday hours ahead of
the speed limit- Between Hub
bard court and Congress street
he was stopped by a motorcycle
policeman. Connors then pro
ceeded to tell the motorcycle: man
what-a really small person he was
to interfere with an employe of
The policeman hustled Con
nors along to the Clark street sta
tion. Judge Robinson this morning
continued the case until Sept. 3.
' T. R. MUM TAKES A REST.
Oyster Bay, N. Y., Aug. 24.
Col. Roosevelt would not discuss
the possibility of his appearance
before the Senate committee to
answer under oath the testimony
of Standard Oil Archbold and
But those close to" the colonel
say there is no doubt but that he
is willing to testify to his version
of the Standard Oil mess, in
which Penrose and Archbold
have tried to drag him.
Roosevelt went on an all-day
picnic with his family today!
Mrs. Roosevelt, Archie and Ker
mit set out with the colonel in an
automobile. Roosevelt said he
needed a picnic and a day's
tramping to prepare him for the
strenuous time coming.
Washington, Aug. 24. There
was some doubt as to just when
the Clapp committee will con
tinue its inquiry into the Penrose
Roosevelt - Archbold - Cortelyou
Several of the senators are
anxious to visit home for a time
at least before going on with the
investigation. Senator Clapp says
he is willing to abide by the wish
of his associates.
Pittsburgh, Aug. 24. William."
Flinn, Bull Moose leader in Penn
sylvania, says he'll be tickled to
death to appear before the Clapp,
Senate "committee in Washington
any time he's invited.
Washington, Aug. 24. The
testimony of John D. Archbold
and Senator Penrose before the
Clapp committee last night fin-
ished up just as it begun; in a di
rect attack on Theodore Roose-
velt. No new facts or near
facts of any moment wereT
brought out in the latter stages. r
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Employer So you want me to
raise your salary? Can you give'
me but ttyo good reasons even
why I should do so?.
Meek Employer (sadly) Yes
sir. Twins !" t
When testing jars for canning
half fill with water, put on tops
and rubbers, and turn he cans
bottom up on table. -If not air
tight they wJU ooze and it is time
to look to the rubbers or tops.
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