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€mm~m chicaw CITY EXPERIENCES A CRIMINAL REIGN OP TERROR. Authorities Are' Admittedly Hassle to Safeguard the Peoplo—Pulpit mod Press Aroused hr Roeent Atrocious Murders, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

€ mm~m chicaw CITY EXPERIENCES A CRIMINAL REIGN OP TERROR. Authorities Are' Admittedly Hassle to Safeguard the Peoplo—Pulpit mod Press Aroused hr Roeent Atrocious Murders, Chicago correspondence: The carnival of crime In Chicago which may be said to have- reached Its climax In the fiendish murder of Mrs. Frederick C. Hollister by Richard Irens, has stirred the people of the city as they have not been stirred elnce the Haymarket bomb atrocity of nearly twenty years ago. Universal demand for more and bettor police protection, voiced from the pulpit, by committees representing religious and other organizations, by prominent men In all walks of life, and by the public press, has given tangible form to the movement for the better protection of helpless women and the riddance of the city of highwaymen and burglara as well, though as yet no definite plan of crusade has been mapped out That the wave of crime has not been checked by the rising tide of Indignation Is apparent from tbs fact th...

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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Better Taste. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

Better Taste. The Oriental monarcn amused himself by giving a hungry guest a phantom banquet Squire Hamilton, says the Boston Herald, one of the bestknown members of the Maine legal profession many years ago, once sat at a meagerly laden board, and In this cose the starving guest was the humorist The dining room had been newly and splendidly furnished, whereas the dinner was very slender. While some of the guests were flattering the host on his taste in decoration. Squire Hamilton said: “For my part, I would rather see less gilding and more carving.”

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ThSI1! Whet Coante. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

ThSI 1 ! Whet Coante. UcJlgger—So Belle la married. Thingumbob—Xes; with her beauty she captured an honored name—— UcJlgger—Huh I “SnlffklnsT Xou don’t call that an honored name, do yon? i Thingumbob—Well, you Just ought to ass how It’s honored at the bank.— Philadelphia Press.

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Ahaolate. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

Ahaolate. "Who Is Tbs Autocrat of the Brashfast TaUs’T" ' “Our Hired Girl.”—Cleveland Lead-

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OLD TMMKa, OLD FRIDDDD, OLD UOVK. .rfrtrWJST [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

OLD TMMKa, OLD FRIDDDD, OLD UOVK. .rfrtrWJST there are ns’ days like the good old days. The lays when' we were youthful! When humankind were pure of mind, And speech and deeds wfre truthful; Before a love tor eordld gold Became man’s ruling passion, And before each dame and maid became Slave to the tyrant fasfala! There are no girls like the good old girls— Against the world I’d stake ’em ! As buxom and smart and clean of heart As the Lord knew how to make 'em! They were rich In spirit and common sense. And piety all supportin ; They could bake and brew, and had taught school, too, And they made such likely courtin’! There are no boys Hie the good old boys— When tee were boys together! j When the grass was sweet to the brown | , bare feet | That dimpled the laughing heather; When the pewce sung to the summer dawn j Of the bee in the billowy clover, - Or down by the mill the whip-poor-will Echoed his night song over. There Is no love like the good old love— The love that mother gave ...

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The Impossible He [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

The Impossible He | CpSN ESCRIBE him? Well, In the j jy| first place he must be big and i strong.” There was marked emphasis on the word “big.” ■ . Jack’s smile was sarcastic. “How girls do worship the prize fighter type! Go on, light or dark?” “Eight, by all means.” Grace’s dimples now came to the front. ! ‘•l needfi't have asked. ' TXVW~fSS = blg, strong and light complexloned. Handsome, of course?” I “No,” most emphatically. "Handsome men are vain. He must be ugly.” . • He swept her a lo\f bow, saying: “There seemai to be a rav ow hope left.” “And he must be energetlc.’ r Jack was lounging among the hammock pillows. At the spirited “energetic” he settled himself more com- fortably and pretended to stifle a yawn. * v “Indeed! And brainy!" be asked, pleasantly. “No, brainy men are often uncomfortable live with. Just Intelligent and brave and generous, clean-heart-ed, and ’’ « “My dear girl, he baa never yet been born. He's Impossible. However, I’ll keep my eyes open and If I should...

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The Dlacreet Opera Stager. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

The Dlacreet Opera Stager. ; “Madam*, madame," cried the bell hoy at the door, there I* a burglar oi l.tie floor! Open the window and sin) for helpl” The favorite of the opera etagi frowned darkly* “I nevaire sing,” she said, "onlea I am quite of see certalnment sat I gel zee pr-r-rlce." Whereupon she closed her eyes ant rolled over tor another nap.—{Here land Plain Dealer.

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•• With the Oil. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

•• With the Oil. •Will jon many ip*r “This Is so sadden. Toa mast sirs me timet" “To consider T” “No. To break off my other —igrgr moot*."—Cleveland Legdsr. . .A

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ASHES OF FUN [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

ASHES OF FUN -1 ea * ant Old Gentleman—Hare you J»«d here all your life, my little man] Arthur (aged 6)— Not yet—lllustrated Mrs. Pine—How nmqy times bars ■ you been married? Mrs. Gollghtly—- | *ni ashamed to tell you; only once.— f Town Topics. Prospective Husbauu—What marriage ceremony do you prefer? Prospective Bride (the fourth time) —Catch as catch can.—Ex. Parker—l understand your wife U pretty literary? Barker—Well, she can read Henry James In the original wlth°ut a pause!— Puck. If it s a nice day; come and take ms out In your auto, Wednesday.” “But suppose It's moot a nice day?” "Corns ttle day befole.”—Ex. Johnny— Come In. Sister’s expectin’ you. Mr. Stoplate—How do you know •ht Is? Johnny—She's been sleepln' all the afternoon.—Cleveland Leader. Do you believe In marrying a girl l for her money?” “Not as a general thing, but sometimes that’s the only way you can get It away from her.”— Ex. Mrs. Economy—-How much are tbs spectacles? Oculist—Two dollars. Mrs. Economy—Can’t y...

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To Get More' Strength from Your Food [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

To Get More' Strength from Your Food |TT OTS of peopla ara starving with |l a full stomach. You know, it’s not how much I I*— we Eat, but how we Digest that makes us Strong, or Brainy, or Successful, i When the Bowels are filled with undi- | gested food we may be a great deal I worse off than if we were half starved for j want of Food. Because, food that stays too long In the Bowels decays there, just as if it stayed too long in the open air. • • • Well, when food decays In the Bowels, through delayed and overdue action, what happens? - - The millions of little Suction Pumps that line the Bowels and Intestines then draw Poison from the decayed Food. Instead of the Nourishment they were intended to draw. This Poison gets into the blood and, in time, spreads all over the body, unless the Cause of Constipation is promptly removed. That Cause of Constipation Is Weak, or Lazy, Bowel Muscles. see When your Bowel-Muscles grow flabby they need Exercise to strengthen them not “ Physic" to pa...

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VSs Silver question. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

VSs Silver question. Lenders—l notice you Democrats don’t bother with the silver question any mure. Borroughs—l know one who does. Lenders—Who’s that? **■ Borroughs—Myself. I was just going i to ask you if you bad half a dollar to lend.

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WU-- «v*a« >n ! Sboft Qtofies [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

WU-- «v*a« >n ! Sboft Qtofies A middle-aged Japanese and a Japanese boy stood before a steamship office regarding the globe that revolved In the window. “Do you mean to tell me,” aald the boy, “that the world Is as round as that?” “I do," the man answered. “Then,” said the boy, “I can’t understand why the people on the other side don’t fall off.” The man sneered. “You fatigue me,” he said, wearily. “Well, why Is It?” the boy persisted. “Heaven,” the man answered, “has given those people common sense, and they hold on.” A story that comes from Ireland relates to the custom among farmers there of depositing money in the bank In the joint names of husband and wife, so that when one dies the sur- ' vlvor can draw out the money without any legal formalities. To a farmer who recently made application for money deposited for himself and bis wife, the manager of the bank asked: “Why, Pat, how can this be? It Is not much more than a year since you came with an application on the d...

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The Modern Way. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

The Modern Way. Manager—Have you seen that letter of the author’s to the newspapers to the effect that none of the plays be writes are fit to be seen? Press Agent—lt will be In the afternoon editions. Manager—Have all the ministers’ and mothers’ clubs received your circulars protesting against the play’s production? - Press Agent—l took care of that last week In time for sermons and Indignant essays on the deterioration of the drama of the day. Manager—Have the police been tipped off? ■* Press Agent—l left the chief swearing out a warrant for your arrest Manager—Then I think we may safely announce that the box-office sale will open the first thing In the morning.—Baltimore American.

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Purely Business. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

Purely Business. “Miss Mllyuna says she received a proposal from the count." “Yes, that's what she says, but 14 Isn't exactly right." “You mean there wasn’t any proposal?" “Weil, It was more like a proposition—his title for the wealth.”—Philadelphia Prss«

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Another Sort of Motel. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

Another Sort of Motel. “If speech la sliver,” said the alleged wit, “X suppose you’d say those Dutch, jokes of mine are merely German silver.” “No,” replied Wise, “my opinion Is that they’re mostly steal."—Philadelphia Press. What a pity that the marks of age which appear as wrinkles are not so modest and retiring that they appear on a man’s bade Instead of on bis face. Time is said to be money, bat a lot of It is conntsrf elt

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A Chinese Criminal. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

A Chinese Criminal. Here Is a grim story, showing the guile of the "heathen Chinee.” One day j Dennis Spencer, a prominent criminal , attorney of Napa, received a call from a Chinese, who, without circumlocution, at once put this question: “Splose, Mr. Spencer, one Chinaman kill ’nother Chinaman with hatchet, how much you chlnrge make him clear?" “Oh," said the lawyer, carelessly, “I’d take the case for $500.” In abont a week the Chinaman returned and laid the sum of $5OO on Mr. Spencer’s desk: “What’s this for?” asked the lawyer. “Ton say you take case for $800," explained the Oriental. A light burst upon Mr. Spencer. Horrified, he exclaimed, “You mean to tell me that since I saw yon last one of your countrymen has been killed?” “Certainly,” calmly answered the Chinaman. “I kill him last night,”

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One Penalty of Cleverness. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

One Penalty of Cleverness. “Is Callicott a good bridge player I” “Too good.” “How so?” “Nobody wants to play with hlm.”—■ Cleveland Plain Dealer.

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Good 32 lisle. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

Good 32 lisle. “Those people are very good, aren't they?” ‘Good! They’re «o good they wouldn’t hove 1 anything in their house but an upright piano.”—Baltimore American. There la more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other disease* nut together, and until the last few years was supposed to be Incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced it Incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, mannfactured by r. J. Cheney and Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It Is taken Internally in doses from ten drops to a teaSDOonful, It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case It (alls to cure. Send (of circulars and testimonials. Address, - F. J. CHENBT A CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by...

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Atli. Orphswa. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

Atli. Orphswa. Abd ’EI Kader and his three wives come to the Orphetun next week with an artistic novelty which %ss entertained the Saltan of Turkeyand other Oriental notables. Sandor’i Burlesque circus will be andther udVelty consisting of dogs masquerading as circus animals. Alf Grant, assisted by Ethel Hoag will bring “* little of every thing” from dancing to comedy. Tm World’s Comedy Four, musicians and fun makers, will be among the most popular of all Orpheum entertainers. Marshall P. Wilder *wiu tell new stories, Thoe. J. Keogh and company will present their three skit “The Way He Won Her*” Sullivan and PBeqnelena will have more songs and so will Watoon and Morrisey. New motion pictures will complete the bilL

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Bur Bulun. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

Bur Bulun. Hyker—l hear you hare left the bank in which you were formerly employed. Pyker—Yes, three weeks ago. ’ I’m In business for myself now. Hyker—SWT What are you doing* Pyker—Looking tor another job.

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