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them who were greedy
voted for Keller."
A Great Discovery. I have made a
great discovery. I have learned that
the policeman's uniform I see moving
along the street is not what it appears
I have seen the cap or helmet, the
brass buttons, the blue uniform, the
club, the revolver, the billy and' the
The club beats in men's heads. The
revolver shoots and kills. The brass
"buttons and the silver star terrify
' women and children.
But I discovered that inside the
uniform ithere is a human being
I did not find him until the revolver,
the billy and the club had been laid
aside, and the uniform had been
I am tired of uniforms. Soldiers
wear then. And soldiers shoot to
HE WANTS THE GIRLS TO WIN
Editor Day Book: I respectfully
submit the following in the hope that
the girls mentioned in connection
with Mr. Manee's poem of last Fri
day will win another box of candy.
There is a town in Wisconsin,
You know there is by-gosh,
That vif the brakeman chanced to
You'd think he called Oshkosh.
It's on 'both side's, the river Wolf,
By Winnebago lake,
. And if they tell you she's a peach,
You can gamble "that's no fake.
I know because I've been there lots,
(Now honest that's no josh)t
And I always had a royal time,
In that good old town -Oshkosh.
G. H. Curtis, Winnetka, III.'
Russia last year sent 65,536 Jews
to New York
DARROW SEES DANGEti iw
PRESS CRITICISM OF JURY
Attorney Clarence S. Darrow sees
great danger in the sudden mad de
sire of the press to criticize the free
ing of women defendants in murder
"This criticism of Chicago juries
for acquitting women accused of
murder is likely to lead to the hang
ing of some woman who is innocent
of that crime," said Darrow.
"It is well known that many wo
men suffer indignities f rohi their hus
bands. They are physically weaker
than men and have no recourse but
"If divorces were easier and pub
lic opinion against them not so
strong, the majority of, homicides by
women would be eliminated.''
WANTED. THEM TO "KNOW
"Henpeck has made a lot of rec
ords of his wife's voice in his phono
graph and sealed them up in -a safety
"Great Scott! What for?"
"Well, he says he wants future
generations to know what their an
cestors had to put up with."