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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 24, 1912, Image 12

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TEDDY UP AND DRESSED
Oyster Bay, Oct. 24. Dressed
in riding suit of kahki, Theodore
Roosevelt breezed downstairs at
6:30 o'clock today, and said:
"Morning, everybody. Give
me some breakfast. I'm feeling
bully."
Then he fell to work on a break
fast the ordinary man might take
for a dinner, and got away with
all of it.
The Colonel's early rising was
a surprise to the whole family.
He'll probably be receiving news
paper men tomorrow.
It is not likely that the Colonel
will be allowed to make any
speech before the big one at Madi
son Square Garden Oct, 30.
THE MEAT WAR
Berlin, Oct. 24. Housewives
today again stormed the markets
where butchers have refused to
sell meats imported by the city
in an effort to lower cost of living.
One shop demolished and many
others bombarded with stones
and bricks.
Much meat was seized, tram
pled under foot or saturated with
kerosene.
Two butchers seriously in
jured. Police would not hurt the
women and had great difficulty in
handling the outbreak.
WHERE THEY ARE TODAY
Republican President Taft on
motoring trip through Maine.
Democrtic Gov. Wilson in
Princeton.
Progressive: Col. Roosevelt at
Oyster Bay.
'NOTHER BRIBING CASE
Lake Charles, La., Oct. 24.
Three men were arrested today
charged with attempting to bribe
state witnesses in the trial of the
52 members of the timber work
era' union for the murder of three
of their fellows.
The men are: C. F. Doree,
Portland, Ore.; C. F. Fjligno,
San Francisco, and C H. Ed
wards, Merryville, La.
Doree is said to have raised a
fund fbr defense in Texas, and
District Attorney Moore says he
used it to try and bribe witnesses.
The other two men were ar
rested several days ago, but the
arrest was kept secret until Do
ree had been landed.
SEdRET DISCLOSED
f " c,
First Simp Do you know how
football draws such large crowds?
SecondSimp No. How does
it?
First Simp The crowd fol
lows the ambulance. -

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