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Sun Yat Sen obeyed -his boss,
and all China is to be deluged' in
blood once more. ' v -
That's the way the Shanghai
Gazette sees the present Chinese
situation, and It cejtainly bears
all the brands of Rockefeller's fine
3 As to the other financiers The
Day Book already hastold how
L Pierpont Morgan's Chinese
railroad caused the first outbreak
of revolution. Probably Pierp.'s
in on the Sun Yat Sen deal, too.
TAKES POISON. AFTER
i.- ROWTN LOCAL THEATER
.Between hysterical sobs, Mrs.
Rachel Tipton, who swallowed a
dose of laudanum in the retiring
robm of the Chicago Opera
House last night when she was
prevented from entering a box:
occupied by Ross'C. Forbes, an
other man and two women, to
day, at,the Henrotin hospital, rei
terated her declaration, made
last night, Jhat Forbes was her
husband. Mrs. Tipton will re
cover. "I married Forbes atCrown
Point, Ind.," she said this morn
ing. "We agreed to keep, our
marriage secret because he told
me that he had only recently se
cured a divorce and did not want
any one to know of our wedding,
as it would cause him embarrass
ment I want to getwell. I
want to prove to the world that
I am the wife of this man."
Forbes denied that the woman
was his wife, but said she was
jealous of 'his attentions to other
women. Both room in the house
at 1463 E. 66th place.
Mrs. Tioton secured a seat on
the floor of the theater last hight
when she learned that Forbes
was to give a box party there.
She saw Forbfes and Kis friends
enter the box. She tried to fol
low, and created a scene when.
Forbes ordered her to leave.
She was taken into a parlor,
and while maids were trying to
calm her she swallowed the
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ON A WEST SIDE CAR
"Move a little faster, please!
'Way up in the car! '
Come on, there,, don't block th'e
Whod'y'u think you are?"
"All aboard, take this 'car north!
Let 'em off there, you !
And forget that fresh talk, boob,
Gimme something new."
"You want a West-side car, you
Just listen to the gink;
Say, don't you ever read the
Why don't you stop and
The conductor mopped his
And balanced on his toes,
"Sometimes these runs are
fierce," he said,
"But that's the way it goes."
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I'm going to find a job
On some deserted island
Where there is no street car.
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