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court today to 15 months impri
sonment for stealing King
George's watch from vestry of
royal chapel. Admitted guilt,
but said he was "bloomin' drunk."
Burglars entered home of T. P.
Jones, vice president of Pittsburgh-Buffalo
Coal company, at
Pittsburgh, chloroformed Mrs.
Jones, and ransacked house.
Supreme Court has decided
government revenue officers have
right to break in doors to en
force laws regulating sale of oleo
margine. Vatican rumor says Pope Pius
will appoint Mgr. Averas, papal
ttunzio to Brazil, as apostolic del
egate to Washington.
Democratic National Commit
tee has adopted identical presi
dential primary resolution so en
thusiastically rejected by Repub
licans. Bryan cannot sleep N because
there are thorns in his bed, he
says. Names of thorns : Harmon,
Wilson, and one called Willie by
fi.is parents who didn't know what
Tie was going to growup into.
"I did not!" "I did not!" "I did
not !" Lorimer testifying before
senate investigating committee.
Victor Berger is fathering bill
providing for government depart
ment stores, where goods will be
"sold at cost to federal employes.
Frank Savone, N. Y., giving
imitation of injured innocence of
police station. Hid behind tree
and fired at autoists. Says
grandmother once was run down
c "Harleqrin!""! Hypocrite!""!
"Turncoat!" &$"I " Being echoes
of William Savior-of-the-votmg-World
Hearst, being polite about
Led by masked Chinamen, N.
Y. police raided 28 Chinese gam
bling houses, and made 200 Chin
Brother of late Sir Purdon
Clarke, former director of Metro
politan Museum of Art, N. Y.,
found working for starvation
wages as dock laborer in London.
Funny the difference in broth
ers, isn't it? Some earn their liv
ing honestly no matter what their
family may think.
Also, it's interesting to note
that dock laborers' wages are all
right, for those to the manner '
born. But when a "gentleman"
receives them, they are "starva
It's great to know that work
ing girls on N. Y. east side are
being fed, clothed and kept warm
by Anna Morgan's kind condes
cension and singing.
Senator Burton, O., has intro
duced bill providing for 1 cent
postage on first class matter.
Temperature at Minneapolis at
7 a. m. today 21 below, and a 30
mile wind blowing.
Geo. Maurer, 16, St. Louis,
tried to cross Mississippi river by,
jumping from one ice floe to an
other, a la Eliza. Drowned.
Jetmore, Kansas, which has
been snowbound, received first
mail in two weeks today.
Mayor Shank, Indianapolis,
gave free lunch of bread and cof
fee to 200 men shoveling snow
from city'sstreetsr They kicked
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