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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 22, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 23

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It's a good thing for men that you
do," contiued Dick with a grin.
"I don't think we always forgive,
Dick. We just bear it because we
don't know what else to do. How
ever, we are not bearing as much as
we used to do, because we know
what we can do. Look at Mary; she
nows she can get along without
ack or any other man, consequently
it will be a long time before she will
listen to love talk from another."
(To Be Continued Tomorrow)
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BECKER MAKES FINAL PLEA TO
ESCAPE DEATH CHAIR
New York, July 22 Charles Beck
er's own revision of the murder of
Gambler Rosenthal, for which former
police lieutenant is sentenced to die,
was given to Gov. Whitman at Albany
by the doomed man's counsel in elev
enth hour attempt to gain executive
clemency.
Story which covers over 60 type
written pages is vindication of Beck
er. In it he denies that his relations
with gambling fraternity were ever
anything more than those of police
officer and his stool pigeons, and He
implicates "Big Tim" Sullivan, for
mer Democratic leader, who was
found dead some time ago, apparent
ly killed by railroad train under
slightly mysterious circumstances.
Because of Sullivan, Becker says, he
has kept silent so long. Convicted
police lieutenant makes no admission
of grafting or of dereliction of duty,
nor does he implicate any "higher
up" officials. Becker gives the lie to
practically all of what Jack Rose
swore to on the witness stand.
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PACIFYING HER
"What are you so furious about,
wife?"
"Mrs. Smith has just called me an
old cat."
"Why, you're not old!" Farm Life.
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Hunting with a camera having be
come popular, why not fight all wars
that way?
NEWPORT BELLE IN FESTIVE
ORIENTAL GARB
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.ANITA. G2DSVBNQ2.
Miss Anita Grosvenor, daughter of
Mrs. William Grosvenor of New York,
in the oriental costume in which she
appeared at a Chinese fete given re
cently at Newport
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MISTAKEN
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"I'm sorry I missed your lecture
last night Everybody says It was
great!"
"I wonder how they knew. The lec
ture was postponed4"
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