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THE DAY BOOK
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United States and Canada. 13 01) a
Entered as second-clas matter April
dl. 1311. UL IDE DOSLQIIICfl AT CMlMfft
11L, under the Art of March 3, 1379
1 Colorado state prison at Canon City
The expense of bringing her to
justice -was many times the value pf
the goods she stole.
The way of the transgressor is
hard and the arm of the law Is
BUCJC UP OR STAY OUTS Send
ten dollars cash or certified check
to Cornelius N. Bliss, Jr., 513 Fpfth
av., New York, and you will receive a
handsomely - engraved certificate,
with a picture of Mr. Hughes in bold
relief upon its face, stating that you
are a "SUSTAINING MEMBER" of
the Republican party.
Get it? Fork up ten bucks, or
more, and the cross of honor is-yours,-You
are a SUSTAINING member.
lyou are too poor or too proud
to rMy into the party you are not a
sustaining member, regardless of
how you vote. To hades with prin
ciples and convictions and party
spirit.1 Money, not votes and loyalty,
is what "sustains" the G. Of P.
Get a certificate for ten dollars or
stay out In the cold, ye good Repub
licans of olden days! Here are the
xmen who say so in full page maga
zine ads; Robert Bacon, Gharles J.
Bonaparte, Joseph Choate, W. M.
Crane, W. G. Harding, Charley W.
Fairbanks, Charles D. Hillis, H. C.
Lodge,' Theodore Roosevelt, EUhu
Root, Raymond Robins and Wm. H.
Taft. THEY are the bosses who send
out the dictum. Now pay rent, or
move, darn you!
NEMESIS. From the.frozeri'-most
wilds of Alaska, by dog team-, Steam
fir and railroad, one lone woman has
been brought to feerve a term in the morning." Cleveland Press.
LOVE, HONOR AND OBEY. The
Protestant Episcopal church in tri
ennial convention has refused to
erase the word "obey".from the mar
So, for three years more, brides, in
this church, as In many others, must
promise to be the willing slaves or
servants of their husbands.
This is important pr unimportant,
as you choose to regard it
You Can think of the word as a
relic of feudalism, as do the femin
ists, or merely as a piece of symbo
lism without particular meaning, as,
we suspect, do most of the bride's who
promise to obey.
For women won't obey their hus
bands, in this day and age, unless
there is some pretty good reason for
so doings And most husbands know
Perhaps, after all, the word in the
marriage ceremony doesn't mean
what it does in other places.
And, anyway, the wedding's
McTavlsh and Macpherson
adrift at sea in an open boat.
McTavlsh (on his knees) 0 Lord,
I ken I've broken maist o' the com
mandments. And I've been a hard
drinker all my days. But, 0 Lord, if
we're jJared this thne, I promise
Macpherson I widna commit my
sel' ower far, Donald. I think I see
AHA! FOUL PLAY!
"The cook was mixed fn two pack
ages delivered at the back door that