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knowstpfand possibly 11.
How long did Mrs. Teachout
stick to a hubby anyhow?
Mrs. Johanna McDonough and
woman friend visiting her burned
to death in fire that destroyed
McDonough home in Bronx,
More arrests to be made in Al
bion National Bank, Albion,
Mich., case. Thefts of H. M.
Dearing, cashier, now $300,000.
Emma Devill, 17, and Arthur
Jordan, 24-, New Orleans, disap
peared on eve of wedding, Nov.
1.4. Relatives have not heard of
them since. Think Emma's name
had anything to do with it?
What ci'you care about the
weather? v It's 50 below in Man
itoba. "I positively refuse to discuss
Democratic presidential timber."
"I have nothing to say about
politics, except that I have noth
ing to say." Roosevelt.
Aw, let's put 'em together on a
desert island without wireless
"So far as I know, Mr. Hines
did not know what precinct he
lived in". Lorimer to investiga
tion committee bearing his hon
What's a mere matter of pre
cincts to a man who can "put ov
er" honorable United States sen
- Four inches of bone taken from
leg.of Mrs. Fred Buttonhoff, St.
Louis, and grafted to bone of
hubby's leg. Cheering eachkoth
er up 'from adjacent beds in hos-
Entire French cabinet resigned
'asb night .because no one would,
take, navy portfolio.
Seems like the French cabinet
resigns about every two days..
Portuguese government going
to establish luxurious gambling
places on Monte Carlo lines, in
principal cities of Portugal and
Who said Portugal's new Re
publican government wasn't all
to the mustard when coin was
District Judge Rizer, Pueblo,
Col., fined himself $10 for being
late in his own court. Paid, too.
Wm. Roy, 69, Kansas City,
missed step going from one room
to another. Fell six inches. Broke
his neck. Undertaker.
Wilfred and Vivian Wilson,
twin brothers, married Martha
and Mary Schaefer, twin sisters,
at Wichita, Kan., and mother of
the grooms celebrated double
wedding by giving birth to twin
Albert Foebel, East St. Louis,
111., hunted two hours, before he
reported incident to police, for
highwaymen who robbed him of
$69 and gold watch and. threw
him in river.
Biggest school, Bloomington,
111., burned to ground with loss of
$40,000. Teachers and pupils
saved by fire drill.
Republicans must be!eeply im-.
pressed by the necessity of 're
forming their party when they
talk of going back to the reform
leader who pulled the Harriman
leg for $50,000 eight years ago. .
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