Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1924 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
coal strike, would be thorough and
result in speedy settlement.
Philadelphia. Employes of Allen
Lane Scott, printers, helped Scott
celebrate 94th birthday. Received
week's extra pay. "- -
Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. R. VPierce, 74,
manufacturer of proprietary medi
New York. Attorneys of late Lord
Strathcona announced that by his
will income of $125,000 and real es
tate in Nova Scotia is given James H.
Smith, Boston, son of Lady Strath
ir.ina by former marriage.
A guard at Joliet prison who shot
and killed a man while he was at
tempting to escape will be promoted,
according to Wartien Allen.
That's queer! Getting promotion
for killing a man.
And the man killed was not in the
pen for murder. He was a purse
snatcher. The promotion stuff would seem to
lean toward making other guards
shoot down escaping convicts instead
of trying to capture them alive.
Lincoln Beachey hasn't a thing on
mercury when it comes to looping the
In fact, the latter has a bad point
of Beachey. Mercury has taken a ter
rible fall in the past couple of days.
Say, it won't be so blame long be
fore we'll all be hearing: "Hey! Look
at the robin. That's the first one I've
seen this year."
My, my, society spent $500,000 on
grand opera in the past ten Weeks.
Huh! 'Snothing. We know a fella,
who has spent fifteen cents on movies
in three, nights. - .
Gov. Ferris of Michigan . can't see
his way clear to attend the investi
gation in the copper country of his
state. And he won't even send a
Ferris blames lack of finance. Won
der if there is any other reason?
Our women didn't waste any time
getting.busy on biyic. 2ff ajrs. ;
A committee, .'of. twenty votfijfs'rpf
the gentle sex appeared :betp- the
council committee pp. health, and en
tered one large, ki&k against 'Btreet
car smoking.' ' iV
And those twenty- represented 7,
000 enfranchised tter3.T"A .
bet there area-ilot of mQjpjnpenjs
wives, who feel-that they were rep
resented, too; ':iC':-i
We've . heard' jekesike,'l,WKaJ: art
you smoking, :bpge?"-os.e
clothes are burnln.g-3" etCibut-r
The front end .qjf's&me.jDf oiirstre'et
cars smell as" though somebody was
shoeing sl horse in the parlgrv .
And the .mot prrnan wantsfiea!th
as well as the".r.est.f"us. , .
Also, our mothers, sWfiethearts, sis
ters and' wiyes- have to, "plpugh
through that ranmudge,in';gettihg
off the car sometimes. -
.While OUR sujTragets aret keepjng
the men sittmg;;Pand taking notice
.with their orderly .winning tactics,
Militant ' Suffragts,:in.'Scotl.and aire
keeping the re -department busy.
And those lassies over across the
pond aren't getting-very far 'along- in
their fight for equal'suffrage'-
In a nut shell, .the quiet;-orderly
tactics seem to have a good lead;
Blobbs Bjones seems like an inno
cent sort of fellow, and yet they say.
he is the black sheep of the family.
Slobbs Well,, many, a black sheep
masquerades as spring- lamb.
Congoland breeds a -'little native
sheep which is without wooL .. . .