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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
r La Crosse, Wis. .26 below.
"Uncle Billy" Redmond, Oak
hurst,' N. J., celebrating his 102nd
birthday, says way to longevity
lies in moral habits, outdoor ex
ercise andr plenty 'conversation.
Why 'the conversation?
-Fred W. Noble, and Mrs.
dam, jrl, wjhose hubby was so
careless as-to divorce her because
she eloped with Noble, were'mar
ried at N. Y.
Massachusetts ice dealers great
jokers. Advanced price ot ice
because it's so cold they can't
harvest it. Two weeks- ago, they
raised prices because it was so
hot, they couldn't cut the ice.
Gee, both ways! Coming and
Mrs. Wm. Girling, White
Plains, N. Y., journeyed 22 miles
alone to deliver Uncle Sam's
mail when her husband, the post
man, became too ill to do so
Don Jaime, second son'of King
Alfonso, to be placed in Swiss
sanitarium for treatment.
Persian government offers de
posed Shah, Mohammed AH Mir
zah, annual pension of $80,000
on condition he gets out of Per
sia, and stays out.
Louis Roser, Maysville, Ky.,
dropped dead of heart failure
when wife spoke to him for first
time in 25 years. Is that man
slaughter? Mrs. John Davis, Pittsburgh,
sued Dr. J. P. Kerr for $50,000
because he left tiny piece of gauze
in "wound he dressed.
Mrs. Chas. Bulouis, 16, Ham
mond, Ind'., has hubby arrested,
for spanking her with leather bel
Asked court to give 100 days.
Mrs. Horace Brock, Philadel
phia, has started anti-suffrage
club because she doesn't like wo-3
men whor "wont be women and
can't be men." r
Figures from coal mining dis
tricts, Great Britain, indicate
men are voting 7 to 1 in favor of
strike if operators refuse to con-,
cede minimum wage scale. Op
Cleveland hens refuse to lay in
cold weather, and Cleveland says
it's suffering from tgg famirie.
Owing to our prominent and
well known citizens now appear
ing in Judge Carpenter's court, v
doesn't make any difference inIT
Chicago's egg supply when hens
quit work in cold weather.
Still, Cleveland ought to con-'
gratulate itself. -There are eggs
and eggs, as the ham actor s"aid
when he got a full whiff of it right
in the chest.
Scores of. Civil War veterans
at National Soldiers' Home, Lea
venworth, Kan., suffering from
ptomaine poisoning. Hash. In
vestigation. Wm. Allen White, Emporia,
Kan., editor, says: "this country
is going Democratic unless our"
(William's a Republican) party1
changes leaders. It's roosevelt or
Can it be that William is dis
satisfied with Mr. Taft?
, Federal Judge Polluck, Kan-
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