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"BUFFALO BILVS" DOUBLE
Col. W. A. Lavelle.
oolonel William A. Lavelle, veteran
Ing the '6Q's and one of the last sur
viving Indian scouts, is an exact dqu
ble of Colonel William F. Cody, "Buf
"We are the same age, and even
when we were in the same show to
gether it was difficult to tell us
apart," said Lavelle "Many people
come to me with photographs of
Cody and after comparing the like
ness declare I can not" fool them.
When Cody and I played Wild West
together I often took his place and
shot the glass balls."
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HOBOES PUBLISH PAPER
The first number of the "Hobo
News, dedicated to the interests of
the hoboes of America, was published
The editor of the new paper is Dr.
Axel Gustafson, the assistant editors
are S. F. Cleveland, J. A. Smith and
The new paper wjll he the official
organ of the International Brother
hood Welfare Association, of which
James Eads How, M. JX, the St.
Louis millionaire hobo, is national
chairman pro tem.
The first page of the "Hobo" News
is 'given over to a cartoon showing
organized, labor and unorganized la
bor struggling against itself, and
bound by the chain of starvation
wages, injunctions, child labor, the
high "cost of living, lockouts, private
ownership and partisan politics.
Underneath the cartoon is the fol
lowing verse from Longfellow:'
"There is a poor, blind Samson in
Shorn of his strength and bound in
bonds of steel,
Who may, in some grim revel, raise
And shake the pillars of this com
monwealth Till the vast temple of 'our liberties,
A shapeless mass of wreck and rub
The four seasons mustard, pep-
gt the ciyU war, frontiersman dur- per, salt and vinegar,
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