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lice as "the Friday Afternoon
Girl," under arrest at Pittsburgh
charged with picking pockets.
Annie wont pick pockets any
lime except Friday afternoon.
She wont pick them at all for
Abe Attell has discovered that
he-was given dose of cocaine just
before Knockout Brown licked
the stuffing out of him.
Few drops of nitro glycerine
dripped from can at Findlay, O.
3 men who watched them drip
ping may recover.
"Married men live longer than
single men." Prof. E. A. Ross,
Univ. of Wisconsin. And some
W. Morgan Shuster, one time
'bugaboo of All the Russians, says
he at one time had good mind to
lead army against Russia.
This once more proves that sec
ond thoughts are best.
World's altitude record broken
for second time within week at
Paris. Aviator Fischr. Two pas
sengers, 4,250 feet.
"Walter Clyde Jones, insurgent
candidate for Republican nomina
tion for governor, made vicious
attack on Governor Deneen and
other bosses last night." Cairo,
111., news item. ,
As one would say, President
Taft and other political blunder
ers. "People of the present day have
itching ears and don't like to hear
the , truth." Rev. James M.
Gray, dean of Moody Institute.
'Sbeen noticed before.
Secy, of State Knox subpoen
tures of House,,wfiich desires to"
know what Philander did with'
secret service funds, and such'
other funds as he laid his hands
Philander must have found that
Dollar Diplomacy and helping
out Pierp. Morgan came high.
Ohio Progressive Democratic
League invite William Also Ran
dolph Hearst to Ohio before May
primaries. What's O. P. D. L. got
Pretty soon there wont be any
argument about the impossibil
ity of fighters coming back in
their old age.
Willard A. Louis, 11, Los An?
geles, has passed to the other side
from playing with jar of giant
, Mrs. Mary Hunt, wife of the"
magazine illustrator, arrived in
Reno, Nev., for visit that will be
as short as is in accord with due
compliance of the law in these
Miss Hallie French, Bush
Prairie, 111., made leap year pro
posal to Earl- R. Lytle. What
could the poor man do? Well, he
did it yesterday.
Taft is a consistent Bourbon.
But he has his nerve to tell the
people of his free and enlightened
Republic right out that they are
not fit to govern themselves.
There ought to be an awful fate
prepared for next -benighted
newspaper correspondent who
stages a great gold rush caused
by gold found in gizzards of
Steamer Fuerst Bismarck,
Hamburg Americanjine, go gay.
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