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MHoboes" have asked President
Taft to attend their convention
At last Cincinnati shows some
appreciation of its native son !
Despite trifling incidents like
bribery of veniremen and at
tempted poisoning of witnesses,
trial of J. B. Sneed for murder of
A. C. Boyce, sr., goes on apace at
Fort Worth, Texas.
, Roof of Philaelphia's largest
hotel being fitted up as landing
place for line of dirigible balloons
to run between N. Y. and Atlan
Pierp. Morgan's question:
"How can you unscramble
eggs?" now gives way to "How
can you get eggs to scramble?"
Inventory of estate of late A.
M. Craig, former Illinois supreme
court justice, shows he left prop
erty worth $823,000.
Lest we forget: .The daughter
of the late Supreme Court Justice
Harlan, "the people's friend," is
working for her living.
For the first time in memory
of court attaches there is not a
single murder case pending on
court calendars of New York
"I would not like to say What
will become of the children of
vegetarians." Pure Food Wiley.
We alsohate toprophesyvevil.
Police department of Metu
chen, N. J., put 3 men who applied
for place to sleep in jail and for
got 'em for 3 days. They nearly
died of cold and hunger.
"John R. Harrington is not
regarded as a trial lawyer, but
rather as one having a large ca-
pacity for details." Examiner.
Once upon a time we ourselves
knew a lawyer whose sole duty
lay in "fixing" juries.
Jay Gould, son of George J.
Gould, is the proud father of baby
girl the first.
Kreuz Zeitung, Berlin, has dis
covered the miraculous fact that
U. S. seems more inclined to make
friends with France and Great
Britain than Germany. ,
Evidently Gefman newspapers
also are having a hard time find- -ing
King Alfonso of Spain has
turned out fine set of mutton chop
whiskers athwart his jowls.
Some people grow hair on theif
face, and others have good sense.
Not havings anything else to
put in this space, we hereby abdi
cate the Chinese dynasty once
Rev. H. H. Fairall, editor Iowa
Methodist, Iowa City, being
threatened with blindness, at
tempted suicide by cutting 'hjs
throat. Probably die.
"Don't judge a suffragist, by ,
her shopping bag. Abraham Lin
coln wore homespuns." Mrs.
Minona S. Jones, addressing suf
Yes, and if Abraham Lincoln
were living today, his party prob
ably would be ashamed of him
William Jennings Bryan opines
that Woodrow JWilson has been
greatly helped by Watterson's at
tack upon him. Pleasant weather,
we're having, isn't it? 'No?'
"Women are naturally chaste,
because the primitive fathers
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