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ables us to look forward to an awak ened humanity that by its votes must solve this undemocratic anomaly in the near future and elect the Rubber Stamp to all ornamental offices. A. W. CHICAGOGRAMS a '- ? Work is progressing rapidly out in -Warren Woods, in Austin, towards the golf course. Thoughts of springtime oft remind us, we can make ourxderby last. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush if it happens to be on the back of a silver coin. When the late Ezra Kendall was playing in "The Vinegar Buyer," he always had his "Mother" with him. You've heard that old gag, "If a cartoonist made pictures, we wonder what John Drew?" Here's the an swer. When John went into the movies, he drew a crowd. The movies, by the way, sure have got a grip on Chicago. That's all right, everybody else has got the grippe. There are sayings for both old and young. For instance, "A man is a man for a' that," and "Boys will be boys." o o ERASE 2,278 VOTEDS' NAMES The election commissioners' last night issued a blanket order erasing the names of 2,278 voters frofm the registration books over the protest of ctwo attorneys representing the S Thompson organization. The lawyers said the commission ers would be guilty of malfeasance F, of office if they left the elimination to clerks. Commissioner Kellerman re sented the language used by the at torneys and said the elimination would be made "by the'commission." Attorney David, who represented Sweitzer, told the Thompson men to get the commissioners indicted if they were guilty. HINDOO STUDIES WAY WE DO THINGS IN AMERICA r.SFbuI Chinna-fBi Dr. S. Paul Chinapa, the Hindoo stan scholar who has come to Amer ica under the auspices of his govern ment to study social and economic conditions with a view to introduc ing American customs in his own country. SISTERS SENT TO ASYLUM County Judge Scully's commission on lunacy yesterday adjudged Mrs. Clara Kittredge and Miss Mary Ste phans, wealthy sisters whose minds broke down after too hard studying of Christian Science doctrines, in sane and they were ordered sent to an asylum. They are members of a wealthy eastern family. o o THE LATEST! SMOKED CHEESE Clveland. Firemen said smoke got into holes of 200 Swiss cheeses in fire at Paul Schmidt's grocery and gave them lots of trouble. atftttaaiiftAA&l