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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 21, 1912, Image 5

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Mrs. Rustic
like her mother.
-What a-pretfy little girl; and she' has eyes just
Jlarion r.. I hompsona Koose
velt alternate from "Alabama
doesn't like Chicago, If Thomp
son ever gets back-toiiis ovn dear
Southland he -intends to anchdr
for the rest of his life.
That is the substance of-a story
he told Judge Beitler in Clark
street court this morningrThomp
son liad been picked up" for safe
keeping by a policeman, and was
lodged in the annex (not the Con
gress annex) for the "night. It
was a weird tale he told when He
stood befpEothe bar (also not in
the Congress annex) and faced
theudge. '
''Your, honor, I don't like your
clty;" declared .HarJen E., frankly.-
"It is not my 'lucky town."
Seeing that the judge was not
angered at- this civic treason,
T,ojnpson .continued :
"First, I,wasthrown out'of the
convention; last .night I was
thrown out of a saloon, and then
they threw -me intorjail. Jail was
the only place I could get into
and stick, because I didn't want
to" stick there, I suppose.
"You know what they did to
the Alabama delegation. Well, I

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