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N. D. COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
600 SO. PEOniA ST. CHICAGO, I LI.
Circulation Monroe 383
SUBSCRIPTION By Carrier la Chicago,
30 cent a Month. By Mall. United
Stateg.&nd Canada. 13 00 a Year.
Entered as second-class matter April
21, 1914. at the poatoirice at Chicago.
ni under the Act of March 3. 1879.
ISN'T IT AWFUL? A Maryland
court of appeals has rendered a deci
sion, which if it sticks in the court
of last resort, will simply raise cain
in the select society circles of that
state. It makes a divorce, granted in
Nevada, or in any other state of tem
porary residence, void- Just think
how this will mess things up for, no
felling how many, Manyland couples;
close to a hundred in Baltimore alone.
In the first place, it makes all those
who have remarried bigamists, but
that we can overlook, for their inten
tions were good tho' their execution
was poor. But now if they keep on
being "remarried" they are liable to
get muchly talked about.
The thing to do, of course, is to
permanently forsake their Maryland,
chase out to Reno, where the six
months' law is on again, andVdo it
all over, start anew, be Reno-vated,
as it were. But supposing, just sup
posing, that some of them fell down
on their divorce stunts this time, or
that some of the re-divorced men and
the re-divorced women got crazy
about each other and didn't go back
home at all, or that Great Scott! it's
too filled with dread possibilities to
talk about. Somebody ought to Os
lerize those judges quick. They de
ALL ARE AFTER IT. The Ameri
can Locomotive Go- has announced
thabit.has contracted for4 the manu
facture of 2,500,000 shrapnel and
high explosive shells and forseveral
million cartridge cases.
We suppose the next thing we hear
will be that the sewing machine con
cerns are turning out rapid-fixers. It
may be bloody money, but they all
want some of it, all right. i
SHORT ONES I
Poor Virginia! Now it is threatened
with Harry Thaw. . J
Chauncey Depew is 81; if he keeps
on he'll be as old as some of hisokesj
Ah! Here comes our old friend Bu
bonic Plague to add to the delights of
war. ' g
We marvel that the colonel could
have associated 'with all those bad
characters' and remained 'so purei 1
Chicago bachelor'foundija fyomarl
under his bed. ThiseministTmoYe
ment is being carried a bitftdpf4r.
After Col. Roosevelt compjetesis
aim in life and reforms the". pbllUfcal
bosses we suggest thaThe'go tcwdrk
refreshing cold storage eggs,
Chauncey Depew' says"he Is going
to occupy affront seat, at Billy Sun
day's revivals. Why doesn't Chaun
cey stay aWay and give a chance to
some one it is possible to reform?
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HE WAS INFORMED
"Now, Robert, I want you to tell
me all you can about the stomach.
What does it do?"
"Please, ma'am, it aches."