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wtih the pirate car was at one
time or another in the employ of
the circulation department of
some one "of the daily newspapers.
And' Judge Petfit recently
made the charge to a law class at
the Kent college of law that
the Chicago newspaper delivery
vehicles'killed about 100 people in
Chicago -through their reckless
driving through the streets, and
that the truth about It was sup
pressed by all of the, newspapers.
How Fortunate -it-is
'that Christmas comes but once a
year! Suppose it came oftener
than that ! Suppose ve had to go
through this holiday spasm every
new moon! How many of us
would be able to .keep out of the
Lots of folks hold communica
tion with spirit's without the aid
of a .medium.
JUST HE;-R THOSE ANVILS RING! FOUR SMITHS ARE
IN' THE SENATE
The-Smith family put one over on the Joneses Jn a-way both'
neat and' nifty; and they now have four United States senators, who
will see' to it that the Smiths are properly represented in national
There is William Alden Smith, the one-time newsboy, and who
has worn the toga Michigan gave him some few years. John Walter
Smith, of Maryland, has been in the senate since March 25, 1908.
Ellison D. Smith came up from South Carolina" two years later.
The newest Smith is Hoke, the most progressive of them all, whom
Georgia has promoted. W. A. S. is the only Republican Smith.
P. S. There's only one Jones in the senate Wesley; L., of