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broadminded men don't amount to
anything in these so-called flying
times, but what I call trying times.
This ain't America any more.
. PITY POOR MAGNATE PAUPERS.
. Railroad hostlers are getting only
$2 a day for 12 hours' work around
But I see Hale Holden, president of
the Burlipgton, buys a $48,000 stone
house at 1310 Astor st and makes his
wife a present of it
I s'pose Mr. Holden is one of them
paupers we read about losing so
much money in the railroad business.
L. H. M.
MEDICAL BODY LOSES BOARD
The American Medical ass'n was
deprived of its board of directors to
day by the supreme court of Illinois,
who upheld Dr. G. Frank Lydston
in his five-year fight on the associa
tion. The A. M. A. is an HI. corpora
tion and the directors were ousted
because they held elections outside
the state. Lydston started the suit
to prevent one man from holding
three offices. He says the A". M. A.
is ruled"by a nollgarcby.
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