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H- ! i
Now the Hon. Peter Bartzen
knows how it feels to have hold
of the other end of the poker.
O the snow, the beautiful snow,
whv the deuce don't it melt up
As we understand it, every
Democrat who hasn't a Hearst
ring in his nose is a rank reaction
ary. Another fine on the kind of
democrat (small d) Woodrow
Wilson is Refused to join the
exclusive Chevy Chase club at
Washington, and said he expect
ed to put in his time at Washing
ton on public business.
They simply will dance that
Tango. Did it at the Hamilton
club ball. Let 'er go Gallagher
we don't care.
If the cigarette poetesses want
to be real journalists they might
as well begin to learn to smoke a
Just for that, Handy Andy
Lawrence isn't going to support
Kenna and Powers. They should
But he's strong for Gazzolo.
Which is tough on Gazzolo.
Having retired from politics,
Roger Sullivan has the perfect
right of an innocent bystander to
smile if he wants to when the en
,gine goes dead on the H.-H. machine.
"I am afraid your nose and chin
will fight before long, they ap
proach each other so sharply." "I
am afraid of it myself," replied
the solicitor, "for a great many
words have passed between them
ALICE JOYCE, THE QUEEN
OF THE MOVIES
Figuring we've kept you guess
ing on this long enough, we let
you in on it today. The myster
ious peach is Alice Joyce, most
popular of the movie stars. She's
seen by 2,000,000 Americans
B. Meyer, 70, 4853 Langley av.,
cut his corn. Blood poison. Dead.