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sas City, sentenced S. A. Brain
erd to the pen. Then suspended
sentence until Brainerd earns
enough money to care for wife
Minneapolis, 7 below.
Boston papers running open
columns to readers fot discussion
of whether or not Richeson
should die. Majority say that he
Official call for joint confer
ence of coal miners and operators
throughout coal regions of U. S.
issued at Indianapolis to consider
wage scale. 400,000 miners af
fected. Los Angeles sheriff asks Board
of Supervisors to buy his aero
plane for use in man hunts.
J. Pierp Morgan left Paris for
London today. Pierp. doesn't
care where he goes so long as he
qan't be subpoenaed to appear be
fore the Stanley committee.
"J, M. McCord, Louisville, Ky.,
who one month ago asked the au
thorities to permit him to slay
wife, children and self because he
could not get work and was given
work in tailroad yards, was
crushed to death between two
The net message of President
Taft to Congress Good heavens,
isn't the man ever going to stop !
Guests at Aldine Club dinner
don't want to "break any confi
dence reposed in them, but if their
names aren't used, they don't
mind saying that Roosevelt told
them he'd run if he was fo'ced.
Thieves stole 1,000-pound redi
ator from Minneapolis court
house and city halL
You can't blame the thieves
this weather, but what m the
name of sacred white, elephants
were the custodians of the court
house and city hall doing while
it was removed?
Persons suffering from en
larged artistic temperament
ought to move to Patagonia.
There ate no marriage laws there.
Hog cholera has broken out in
Valparaiso county, Ind. Vic
tims: 150 hogs, but no "promi
nent" citizens yet.
Mrs. Geo. F. Wetmore and
Rev. G. H. H. Butler, St. Mary's
Episcopal Mission, Yonkers, N.
Y., engaged in rough and tumble
fight in lobby of church, while
Wetmore looked on. Mrs. Wet
Oscar A. Brindley will leave
New Orleans next Monday on
flight around the world. Bye,
bye, Oscar. N (
Henry Kahn, 76, Milwaukee,
a Mason-, committed suicide today
because hishealth had been poor.
Grand Forks, 44 below.
Attorneys for Rev.'Richeson to
ask Supreme Court to re-open the
case on ground his mental condi
tion was such he did not know
nature of plea he made.
Denver and French interests
have raised $16,000,00fr to com
plete Denver, Northwestern and
Pacific railroad by boring tunnel
through Rockies to Salt Lake
Russian steamship, Russ, sank
in Black Sea and 172 lives lost.
Myron Teachout, Flint, Mich.,
deposes" he wants divorce-because
wife has been married 9 times'he
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