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LITTLE ITEMS THOUGHT YOU'D CARE ABOUT
Notice the happy, care-free
way in which Roosevelt disposes
of the "third term bogy," and his
former remarks anent the same?
"I said. I would not accept a
nomination for a third term un
der any circumstances, meaning,
OF COURSE, a third consecu
Of course! Ladies and gentle
men,, to show there is no decep
tion in this act, I shall now roll
up my sleeves!
But however you feel about it,
you gotta hand' it to Teddy. See
the way he's cornering all the
Whenever a Mexican feels
lonely and blue and depressed, he
starts a revolution and kicks the
government's dawg aroun'.
Man calling himself "The Mes
siah" blew into British house of
parliament last night. Fired sev
eral shots into ceiling to attract
"Doin' the Grizzly" for admir
ing friends caused death of Louis
Peterson, 52, LaCrosse, Wis.
Over exertion and heart trouble.
Mrs. W. B. Bringe, Milwaukee,
wants divorce. Says ,hubby has
habit of choking her in night
time, and claiming in the morn
ing he was only having a night
mare. Another person who seems
thoroughly to enjoy present sit
uation in G. O. P. is William
Jennings Bryan. He says he has
engaged ringside seat, and ex
pects to enjoy himself real well.
Grave diggers in 3 biggest
cemeteries, of Glasgow, Scotland,
went on strike today for more
pay and shorter hours.
And Scotsmen, who indulge in
peculiarly grisly humor, will
think the situation hilariously,
Olympic, largest steamer in
world, smashed into submerged
wreck jn English channel. Able
to finish trip. Second accident
Olympic's been in in last year.
Jack Miller, San Gabriel, Cal.,
lost $400 diamond stickpin in
Minneapolis. Got police and
hotel people all worked up about
it. Then bootblack found it in
Miller's trousers cuff.
Before asphyxiating himself in
N. Y. rooming house, Peter Yon- .
son, engineer, left $1 for landlady,
to pay for the gas. ,
Fish in Mississippi river near
St. Louis will feast on candy for
next 20 days. Candy condemned
and ordered thrown in river by
San Francisco board of educa
tion, quite by mistake, sold public
school. Wreckers razed it before,
mistake was discovered.
Now, what d'you think is the"
matter with the San Francisco
board of education? Well, we
shouldn't be a bit surprised.
Santo Tugliese, shoemaker, ;
Chester, W. Va., held to grand (
jury for "criminal restraint oL
trade" under Sherman law.
Tugliese, during dull period in
shoe trade, threatened his com
petitor, John Aniesia, unless An-iesia-moved
to another town.
We shall now be interested to -see
how the Sherman law, which