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ings and findings" on your bill,
has taken them out of your
All extra attire has been elim
inated from My Lady's wardrobe,
and she now only wears shoes,
stockings and union suits under
her close fitting frock. It makes
no difference if the material of
which the dress is made is of the
thinnest disclosures when lovely
woman shows herself in her new
Our artist has drawn a woman
gowned in the very newest trans
parent skirt which fashion ex
perts say will be worn when the
weather grows warmer. s
If this is true, there's be no
need of going to Atlantic City
WHAT ARE McKINLEY AND
SULLIVAN GOING TO DO?
Springfield, 111., Feb. 4. What
will McKinley do?
This is the chief question dis
turbing the honorable members
of the house of representatives.
The uss and flurry of the
Dunne inauguration is over. The
legislators are looking around to
find out where they are at.
And it's just about up to the
people to take a few slants around
and find out where THEY are at.
McKinley was elected speaker
f IirrmnrVi o Ki-narfican Hpal h-
w tween Roeer Sullivan and the re
Roger Sullivan can control the
situation with the help of the
reactionary Republicans, but
only with their help.
So far as can be made out just
now, no one else can achieve a
combination which will control
The Progressives have a move
ment on foot to make McKinley
czar of the house, a sort of state
Joe Cannon, by giving him the
naming of the committee on com
mittees. The Progressives say that al
though McKinley was elected by
the reactionaries, he will stick
with them now, having his ear
to the ground and knowing what
the people want and demand.
If McKinley does this, Gov.
Dunne's legislative program
probably will be greased through
If McKinley does not, the pro
gram desired by one Roger Sulli
van is most likely to go through.
And what is the program desir
ed by Roger Sullivan? It is fash
ionable, of Course, to say that
Roger Sullivan's program is all
that is bad reactionary,, stand-
pat, jackpotty, anything you like.
But Roger Sullivan is a foxy
old gent, as Andy Lawrence can
testify, and it will be remember
ed that this same Roger was the
first of the old bosses to see the
light, and climb on the progres
sive bandwagon at Baltimore,
and he did it just at the right
Roger Sullivan is too wise a
politician not to know that the
time has corrie when the people
intend to get what they want, and
that the best thing a politician
can do these days, is give the peo
ple what they want without being
Therefore, after the question.