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NEWS FROM O VER THE WIRE
1 Mrs. Anna Bergeiy Evansville,
Ind., hugged one of jier boarders
in theater. Paid SI andTcqsts in
police court. T
.Chas Bremer and J. H. Jacoby
went into Wisconsin woods with
out compass. Four days starva
tion. , , s
Clyde W. Walsh, 160 pounds,
Minneapolis, wants kind court to
give him' divorce from. Anna L.
Walsh, 200 pounds. Says Annie
conducts arguments with mule
Where is the Sullivan of yesterday?
OUR MORTUARY "
Martin Rise, Fairwiev, S. DHe
smoked in led. 1
Bos Cox Cincinnati. Balloti
tis. ' t ,
iTaft. He came out for Cox.
Calla Olson, Hallock, Minn.
Calla started- a fire with kerosene.
Yes, she did.
John Wetterer cast a vote in
Cincinnati. Heart disease. Prob
ably a republican vote.
We had one of these in Chi
cago. Mrs. Sarah Cordelia Havemey
er, 70 years old, N. Y. Window
of her room was left open. It was
on the eighth .story.
Margaret Wood, 18, Winni
pauk, Conn. Got in part of woods
where Timothy O'Neil, -15 was
Will Perkins, wealthy fanner,
Lesueur Center. Minn. He mis
took strychnine for headache
Roger Sullivan; Decav.
Philadelphia G. O. P. "
Harry Blair, Elmore, Minn. He
took part in amateur theatricals
requiring use oF'unloaded' revol
ver. Wu Lu Chen, governor of Shan
Shi province China. His soldiers
didn't like the way he combed nfsf
An amendment to an ordinance);
increasing salaries of municipals
judge. Boss Cox's complaint. "
Jacob Schelling, 5 years old, N.y
Y. Fell into pond. Live wire ran,
thrqugh porici. -
.H. L. Websterman and wife,
Cleveland, O. Financial difficul-l
ties and cyanide of potassium. A
The Or. O. P. I
Tammany Hall. Murphyites.iJ
"It was midnight in the Demo- j
cratic headquarters " begins lt
story in morning paper Yes,r
and will be for some time. n
Rev. W. J. Leach, pastor Meth-U
odist Episcopal church, Rock Isl
and, 111., doubts if Len Small
would make good governor, even
if Len is a Methodist and doesn't
beat his wife.
Annapolis upper classman haz- j
ed husky freshman. Black eye,
Chas. Le Barge, of the Comedie ,
Francaise and former husband of x
Mme. Simone, fought duel with
M. Malherbe, a journalist
(French for newspaper man).
Both needed court plaster, "
Will someone please explain to
that victim of monumental in-v