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ADVENTURES OF MR. MOUSE
live as close to the bread line as pos
sible. When Henry Neil is attacked in the
quack press and called a thief and a
grafter and an agitator just because
he refuses to take a salary from
Julius Hosenwald and goes ahead and
spends his own money putting over
mothers' pension laws in every state
in the union, when Neil is attacked by
the quack press and by the United
Charities, nobody writes in to the
Tribune and says, "Please, Miss
What Farwell's "friend" needs is to
go and soak his head in a pail of suds.
We can tell him where to get it cheap.'
He shouldn't buy it off those full page
ads in the Tribune. For, so they tell
me, those fancy places charge fifteen
cents for a tiny little thimbleful. Let
Farwell's fnends hie him to a brew
ery or Hinky Dink's, where he can
get his bellyful for a dime.
Alfred Gordon, Wilmette, III.
, NO DRONES WANTED
"There's Seth, all dressed up."
"(Join' courtin', I feckon."
"Wal, ef he's goin' courtin' country
gals on a day like this when there's
work to be done, I see him stayin' an
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MORRIN AND BARRY ELECTED
St. Louis, July 1. Paul J. Morrin,
business agent Bridge and Structural
Iron Workers' Union, and John J.
Barry, pres. and organizer of .same
local, now in Leavenworth pen, con
victed of conspiracy in alleged dyna
mite plot, unanimously re-elected
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