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found guilty he friiKnow be asked to
If that Jury should happen to
change its mind and disagree, how
ever, Andy Lawrence might try
Judge Cooper next before ajury con
sisting of Happy Hooligan-, Silk Hat
Harry, Judge Rumhauser, Dr. Pill,
Flip, Sherlocko, Groucho, Judge'
Owen, Sheriff Zimmer, Maclay
Hoyne, Mutt and Jeff.
That would be a Hearst comic jury
all rights We mean another Hearst
All of the Hearst-Harrison Demo
crats in the Illinois House voted
against the woman's suffrage bill,
and the Woman's Party is now
thanking The Examiner for what it
did for the bill. Those women cer
tainly must be awful thankful.
As we understand the offer of the
"L" railroads, they will kindly let the
city build a subway and then pay the
city only four per cent a year for the
use of It Which would be pretty soft
for the"L" roads.
If Gov. Dunne is wise he will sign
the suffrage bill and let the supreme
court worry about its constitution
And in the meantime, veto the pub
lic utilities bill.
He What are you going to give
Kitty and Jack for a wedding
She Oh, I guess 111 send Kitty the
bunch of letters Jack wrote me when
we were engaged.
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