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Jonn Wanamaker, PHiladel
phia, says wdmen who drink and
smoke are menace to nation. Well
it's the women in your own "set"
who do, John.
, "There's plethora of laws."
Governor Dix of N. Y. Gee, we
thought something was the mat
ter, but we didn't think it was as
bad as that.
- Hetty Green offered to "do a
skirt dance in the moonlight" to
prove' to reporter that she is as
young and lively as ever. Why,
Hetty! ' '
. Little Rock, Ark., street car
conductor refused to change $5
bill for passenger. Put him off
car. Passenger was Governor
Donaghey. Problem: What's the
exact value of that street car con
ductor's job? ' '
Thomas McBreen, 50, Fond du
Lac, Wis., ef 11 from railroad tres
tle. Neck broken, body para
lysed, skull fractured. Physicians
say he'll live. '
Chinse Republicans have sur
rounded Nanking, 'the city of
blood. Foreigners warned to
leave city. Republicans going to
even up for massacreof thousands
of helpless countrymen by Man
chus. Carl Burrian, Bohemian tenor,
arrived in N. Y. with divorced
wife of Adolph Dihgels, Dres
den merchant. Says she's his
"companion in love."
Mrs. Booth Tarkington has got
her divorce,' and there'hasn't'been
even a whisper of scandal about' it
Margaret Asselbbrn and G. W.
iMcGann, Aurora?on .wajrtd
dfrig. 'Street car-srnashVd JiacTS in
which they were ridiag". McGinn"
saved bride-to-be's life. Marriage
took place on time.
Judge Wanamaker, Akron, O.,
sentenced Fred Ridge to 15 years
in penitentiary f6r stealing $10.
How long was John R. Walsh- in
jail?- , i
May 'Shefield,. 10 'years old,
Fort Worth, Texas, tormented
Litt Baker, 12. Litt shot and
killed her. Litt held by police. '
MrsI Mary Sanders, 83, 'living
on isolated S. C. claim, chews
black "twist" and smokes corn-'
cob . pipe. John' Wanamaker,
While Archbishop Datonius of
Volhynia; was celebrating mass
in St. Petersburg cathedral, he
was attacked 'by maniac with!
knife. Cut on hand before would
be assassin captured.
Doc Cook says" eggs thrown at
him in Copenhagen were not rot
ten. He ought to know.
Editorial staff' of new Joplin,
Mo.papers resigned in body to
day because 47 stockholders all
wanted to 'boss the job.
Chas. Philips, Hartshorne,
Okla.-, went hunting in blizzard.
He-hadn't any relatives.
John Gordon, Battle Creek
contractor, tried to walk to con
struction camp in blizzard. His
first assistant will finish the job.
N. -K. Lartigue, miner, Idaho
Springs, Colo., tried to get to
prospect hole in blizzard. He was
65 years old.
18 "bandits attacked store f
Francisco' 'Ibarra, Velardeno,
Mex. . FriHfiSoteidlfcd JBfefti