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Morrison hotel with smoke. 300
persons "fart into street scantily
clacL $10,000 loss.
A BUnSTof TABS
' 'What do YOU think of Law
son ?" -Head on ad. in Wrecker
Heraldi We-refuse to answer. We think
Vic's trying to get us in bad withs
the postal authorities.
From a close study 5f John E.
W. Wayman, we conclude ihat
the chief duties of a stated attor
ney are ;
Never to convict a woman of
, murder unless-she ht a negress,
and then to ,go to it.
To 'give freedom to as many
newspaper thugs who commit
murder as- public opinion will allow-
To say you are going after the
big men behind vice and then to
apologize for so saying
Albert J. Bevendge returned
$57,500 campaign donations in
1904. This explains why Albert
has been kicked out of the Repub
Mayor Harrison still is seeking
some reasqn for closing Jack
One of life's consolations just
now is the war between James A.
Patten, king gambler, and Andy
Lawrence, overlord of Mayor
Smiling Jim Sherman has
asked his fellow townsmen of
Utica to re-elect Taft, thus, show
ing his contempt for his esteemed
Besides Happy Hooligan
Hearst and Charles Hppemuch 1
JHilles, We could get along with
out C Webbfoot Murphy, ,
Add famous almost-weres:
Felix Diaz, sometime, provisional
president of Mexico.
Joseph Bfuno, the Bridgeport'
murderer, gave his Chicago ad-
dress -as Nick Colisimo's cafe on
West 21st st.
Nick Cohsimo is one of the Big
Three in the Segregated district,
yet Mayor Harrison thinks a
segregated district necessary.
Chief McWeeny has ordered
coppers not to contribute or so
licit mopey. Whom have they
been contributing money to ?
. "c J . . i . . ,ans-.-ne shrlluuu . . "
This was added to the Becker,
story in yesterday's Day Book. It
ought to haVe been added to the
Balkan war story.
TJncle of employer of John D.
Rockefeller says his nephew once
refused Rockefeller a raise. Some
Thomas F. Ryan paid off $450,-,
000 worth of Democratic party's
debts and theft thought he had a
life mortgage on the party.
As a delicate invalid Theodore
Roosevelt is a complete failure.
A teacher in a suburban school,
hearing a smothered laugh, in
quired who dared tp, be so rude.
"Please, sir, it was me." an-i
swered a loud voice, 'but 1 did
''Did not mean it?" queried the
now angry teacher.
"No, sir. I laughed up my
sleeve, but I did not know there
was a hole in my elbow l"