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corporation is opposing nomina
tion of Taft. "We," says Mr.
Gary, meaning the Steel Trust,
"keep out tf politics."
Elbert made a mistake. He
meant to say: "We TAKE out
Have you noticed how popular
an excuse "Black Hand" is, com
ing to be with the police?' Al
most as popular as "Labor Slug
ger!" And about as near the
mark, in most cases.
Andy C a r n e g i e's. expense
voucher of $28.70 for testifying
before. Stanley committee held up
by congress because notary s seal
Andy told committee, he was
going to have that voucher fram
' ed in gold. But evidently thought
of that $28.70 lying idle was too
painful, and he wants to get his
fingers on it.
- Ice-jam on Ohio river break
ing. , Millions of dollars worth of
property in danger.
My, but the Inter-Ocean is ex
cited over Rev. W. T. McElveen
having expressed himself on sub
ject of gang politicians who use
the revered name of Abraham
Lincoln to further their ends.
The Inter-Ocean says St cani
see no "filthy work" this is Rev.
.McElveen's own phrase in link
ing names of Lorimer and Lin
coln. Since the advent of the Irish
players, we now have the profes
sional Irishman added to our bur
dens in the way of professional
."Jstice should be placed above
majorities," deposes Senator!
Elihu Root in speaking against ,
How? Where may the people
find ONE man whose sense of
justice is more acute, more clear,
than the sense of justice of a. com
munity, or' the majority of a
Uncle Elihu talketh through a
hole in his hat. As witness the
following: "The outcry against'"
Judge Hook does not concern '
itself with his ability or integrity,
but merely with his having decid-
ed a two-cent fare case against -the
wishes of some people or
Notice how Unc. avoids the is
sue. Hook's decision in the fare
case did involve either his integr
rity or his ability. Hook decided
in favor of the railroads and
against the people. Either he was-"
not capable of seeing the right in :
the case, o'r his integrity is to 'be
Uncle Elihu may be a fine law
yer 'tis said he is but he's a
punk logician. Perhaps that's
what makes him afinejawyer. . "
One of features of $50,000 wed
ding of Viviar Gould to Baron
Decies, Feb. 7, I9ll, was a 3
story, 250 pound cake. It isn't
paid for yet, and baker is suing.-.
About a year-frorn now. shall
we hear what of those $2,000,000.
worth of wedding presents at
Stotesbury-Cromwell affair were
not paid for?
The Hearst political pot of
stew begins to boil, and, frri the
exuding odor one might -imagine
that too great care had not been
taken in the marketing.
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