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WOODROW WILSON'S BROTHER MAY GET SENATE JOB
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Joseph R. Wilson is being boomed as secretary of the United
States senate. The job is the best one at the disposal of the senate,
and pays $6,000 a year. There is much opposition, however, to his
Young Wilson is a newspaper man. The picture shows him
at work as city editor of the Nashville (Tenn.) Banner.
A young undergraduate was
being taken to task for having ex
ceeded his leave bv two davs.
'"Well," said the tutor, "what
have you to say for yourself?" . A street vender of fruit and
I'm awfully sorry," replied the nuts, washing to stop people from
undergraduate. "I really couldn't
by most important business."
The tutor looked at him sternly.
"So you wanted two days more of
grace, did you?" he asked. "No,
sir," answered the young man, off
his guard for a moment "of
handling and pinching the fruit,
get back before. I was detained thus softening and spoiling it and .
then not purchasing, put up this
notice: "If you must -pinch the
fruit, please pinch the cocoa