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ed like a boot, seems' fo Have.
kicked a top. hat, beneath which
a package of dynamite "was con
English, court awarded Mrs.
Mabel Louisa Atherton one farth
ing damages in slander suit A
farthing is half a cent.
' Taft now understands what' he
meant-when he spoke-of fhe dan
ger of a "popular majority."
WuTingrfang, -that bland dip
, lomat, -having joined rebels,
seems, to be leading.them.
50 El Paso women kept secret
STATE'S FIGHTER. IN
..THE -M'NAMARA CASE
of marriage' of Arthur H. Jones r
and Virgin iaHarris for .one week.,
StilLwe don't Jell our .wives, every
thing, j x
N. Y. police just got on to, about I
$600,000 worth of pretty hartdr!')
painted checks that have been.
passed in different'.parts-of coun
try Result of elections: Democrats
carry (put in: the place vour-t
self). " :
That classic- saying,. "Who
struck -Billy Patterson?" will now
give way to, "Who refused to
bury the VG. O. P.?" . .
attacks by the 'defense. Occasion
ally District Attorney Fredericks
takesa- b,and in,matters, but as a
rule. he leaves things mostly .to
Hortbn. - .V "
ITALY'S U. S. AMBASSADOR
"G. Ray Horton.
G. Ray Horton, 'deputy district
attorney of Los Angeles, is the ac
tive prosecutor in the case of Jim
McNamara." "He rlnec'Tfirti;- nf th
objections to questions, and bears J
the brunt of most of -the verbal iMarchese Cusani ConfalbnierL '