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As a bandit-taker, Paddy Lavin
is a great worker for Andy Law
rence. "There is no such thing as a
money trust." Banker James B.
in Of course, if the Devil, horns,
noots, tail and all, came up and
stood on a street corner, and said
there was'no such thing as sin,
you'd believe him. wouldn't you?
That great philanthropist, Jul
ius Rosenwald, has added $25,000
for a college for Hebrews to his
And the Sears-Roebuck college
is still paying big dividends and
six dollars a week salaries.
Whenever a man has piled up
millions by grinding up human
bodies and human souls, he tries
to square himself with the Al
mighty by giving a few thou
sands to "worthy charities."
That horrid Pujo committee
still sticks to the opinion that
Bill Rockefeller is well enough to
tell a few of the things he knows,
so long as he is so able to tell re
porters how ill he is.
Probably the reason Bill
doesn't want to appear before the
committee is that he's a religious
guy in spots and would hate
to tell a lie -if there were any
A chance of being caught at it.
f aaay Lavin nas Deen touow
ing bandjt clues provided by the
fertile imaginations of certain
This is a fool thing for Poddy
to do. We know, because we have
sat down before a typewriter and
dreamed up clues many a time.
If District Attorney Charles
W. Miller, of Indianapolis, ever
suffered from an idea of his own,
he'd probably croak over it. But
he knows a whole lot of plati
tudes. A philosopher says all of us are
a little bity crazy. But then may
be he'd been considering the es
teemed lower houst of the legis
lature of the sovereign state of
''So the wealthy Van Porks
have entertained for the first time
since breaking into society?"
'"Yes, and they showed rare in
genuity in decorating the ball
room." "With potted plants?"
"No; with potted ham."
Those London suffragettes
who intend to kidnap a cabinet
officer should be mighty .careful
about picking their man. They
might get hold of one who yearns
to be kidnapped while the Easter
millinery season on.