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t If June has been trying to make a
name for itself it has succeeded.
& It has made more than one name
? for itself, but none of them is the
' kind you can print.
J If this keeps up we may be glad of
'A the heat of the vote fraud investi
, i Some of Mrs. Jones' "jurors" seem
to object most seriously to their elec
tion as such.
In fact they talk as if their elec
r tion to the "jury" constituted a per
Someone .ought to think up a
proper punishment for those who
leave loaded rifles around -where
children can get them to "play In
What IS the matter with West Vir
Suppose the miners of West Vir
ginia did decide to help out the mine
owners who paid them decent wages,
and keep closed the mines of those
who refused to do so!
Most natural thing in the world!
Just a plain, ordinary, human case of
doing unto others as others are doing
Paterson, N. J., doubtless is bent
4 on winning its way to fame or no
toriety. "American women are as well
dressed as Parisiennes, and are far
healthier, taking more baths."
Paul Helleu, the French artist.
We flatly refuse to disclose where
Paul got his information.
The Rev. M. J. Magor yesterday
A came to the conclusion that no man
r who makes $1,000 a day honestly is
fit to enter the Kingdom of God.
There is one detail in which we do
not understand the Rev. M. J. Magor.
Who is "making" $1,000 a day HON
ESTLY? As to the rest, it seems to us that
a Greater than the Rev. Magor laid
, down the same principle some cen
The "audience will not .be calm
while J. Ham Lewis rises, shakes out
his trousers, parts his whiskers in
the middle and "views with alarm."
Judge Olson suggests a new court
to which no lawyers would be ad
mitted. By golly, Olson, that's the best sug
gestion we've heard for many a day.
The Wrecker-Herald has discov
ered that twenty widows live in orie
Huh! That's nothing! There have
been times when about twenty
widows self-made lived in one
Chicago building, the same being the
There is something to the Rev..
Jehkin Lloyd Jones. He suggests thati
we need a maximum wage law quite
as badly as we need a minimum wage
The Baroness Von Suttner says
that the United States is the homer
The baroness can't have spentj
much time reading the Chicago'
newspapers while in the U. S.
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N HE DID THAT!
He Who is that ugly woman over
She She was formerly Miss Gold
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and he got $20,000,000.
He He earned the money,
right, all right