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rence was run out of California.
And then Hearst wished him on
The Bulgar and Turk claims of
"overwhelming victories" bring
to mind the claims of certain po
The telephone company seems
to have been caught with both
hands in the people's pockets.
Talking about rogues' gal
leries, what do you think of the
salopn windows and hoardings
Why do you think Boss Andy
Lawrence is concentrating every
effort on putting Maclay Hoyne
The three negro newspapers
on the South Side are all boost
ing Carter H. Harrison and
And when Harrison ran for
mayor Jack Johnson worked his
head off for him among the mem
bers of his race.
Which probably explains why
Harrison is having such trouble
finding a reason for closing Jack
Johnson's notorious saloon.
Teddy is lucky in more ways
than one. Hearst isn't for him.
The real Democratic fight in
Chicago seems to be between
Roger Sullivan and Andy Law
rence to see which one will own
the party after election.
Who would you guess Roger
Sullivan is for this campaign?
Roger Sullivan? That's our
As the choice between Hoyne
and Rinaker is a choice between
two evils, many workers who are
not Socialists will be driven to
Ctmnea. for state's attorney as a
protest against the combine of
bosses. If they don't want L.un
nea, why there's Haight. He's a
The fly season is about over.
So swat Andy Lawrence,
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As a train was moving fprward
from a suburban station a. man
stuck his1 head far out of the win
dow. "Keep your head in, there," a
porter shouted, in warning," or
it will be knocked off."
"Knocked off?" shouted the
passenger. "Knocked off, eh?
Well, it won't be knocked off by;
anybody the size of you,Y