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someone to tell President Taft he
isn't a felon "because he has paid
David Shoppenagon, chief of
the Michigan Chippewa's, died at
age of 105 yesterday. (Also at
Bay City, Mich.)
Violet Edmands, rich nance of
Rev. C. V. T. Richeson, has left
home to become settlement work
er in New York.
Nevertheless, the law does not
look upon a common burglar, as
any the less a burglar if he hap-
nen to suffer from attack of senti
ment after he has been found J
out and return the stolen goods.
Of course, with a banker, it
doubtless is different.
Jacob and Hess Hembree,
brothers, fought pistol duel be
fore their . mother at Wheat,
Tehn., which ended only -when
Hess dropped dead.
Kansas City, Kas., is going to
prohibit use of men dressed as
Santa Claus in future. One of the
fake Santas promised boy supply
of toys Monday, and then didn't
deliver. ' '
John W. Cook, Lawrenceburg,
Ind., went rabbit hunting, and
worked his gun by string attach
ed to trigger. He managed to
crawl to his home before he died.
Mary Owens worked in Spar
tansburg, S. C, mills for year dis
guised as man, and became en
gaged to 16-year-old girl.
Shpe trust says price of shoes
V is going up because leather is so
dear this winter. And the Chi
cago packers control the leather
But what can you expect when
the packers have to -pay such big,
attorneys' fees to avoid going to
Combination of American and
Canadian capitalists have bought
9,000,000 acres of grazing land
frorn Brazilian government, and
intend to establish great beef pro
ducing plant in worl dthere.
Prospective- juror at trial of
clergyman, Eureka, Cal., said he
would convict a pastor quicker'
than he would a layman.
One woman and two children
are dead as result of panic at mov
ing picture theater, Berlin.
Thomas Hoskmson, Muscatine,
la., confessed slayer of atrolman
Gerischer, was sentenced to life
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MAM STANDING ON THE
f RACK WAVIH6 A RED FLA.6,
HE BRoiVSHT THE MI6HV
N6lME,T0 A 50DDEN STOP
AMD PUSHED HIS SKN PIECE
FROM THE CAB WINDOW.
THE FLA6MAN CALUEO
THE .FOLLOWING TO HM.
"IF JfeoSEVei-T tlKE PAYING
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