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Madison, Wis., 32 below.
Peach crop iri'Southern Illinois
badly damaged by cold.
St. Louis, 16 below.
"The Sherman anti-trust law,
as now interpreted, threatens the
very life of organized labor."
, Yes, and the funny thing is
it doesn't affect the trusts against
which it was directed. All of
which shows who's running our
"Five stowaways, unable to
speak English and having total
capital of $1, came to U. S. on
steamer Alberta from Algeria.
Manchu troops at Lanchow en
livened the dullness of their days
by skinning alive Republican of
ficer whom they captured.
Wonder if it occurred to them
that Republicans might want to
retaliate in like manner.
Woman's advisory council to
mayor of Santa Monica ordered
him to burn up letters received
from lonely bachelors requesting
assistance in acquiring far-famed
Santa Monica widows.
Band of Bulgarians showed
disapproval of open-air meeting
in support of Turkish govern
ment at Zilkowa, European Tur
key, by throwing bombs into the
meeting. 3 killed, 25 injured.
Mrs. Paul Bokow, N. Y., re
turned from trip to country to
find husband and son dead form
asphyxiation in their Harlem flat.
Paul Hayes, convict, opened
.Oklahoma's strong box, combina-
tion of which had refused t$
work. -Hayes was "sent up" for
Detroit newspaper says six
foot rattlesnake lurks in debris of
dismantled buildings of Griswold
street, that city. It adds that two
of the buildings were occupied
by saloons. There you have it
Secretary of War Stimson
wants discarded army rifles dis
tributed to schools and rifle clubs.
Stimson in league with the un
dertakers? Fire in N. Y. Bowery made 2,
000 homeless in below zero
Two Santa Fe trains which left
Denver lost, stolen, strayed, or
snowbound. Anyway, they have
n't been heard from.
Robert J. Collier, president of
Aero Club of America, saysithat
in few years, President of United
States will swing around, the
circle" in limousine earoplane.
But not the same president,
Robert. For one thing he's too
heavy. For another, he's going
ot obtain a decree of divorce from
the White House this year.
Isabelle S. Naudain, 95, who
was passenger on first railroad
train ever operated in U. S , died
at Louisville, Ky., this morning.
Mrs. W. D. Nifton was found
dead in the snow near Hutchin
son, Kan. Her 5-year-old son,,
protected from the cold by her
body, was alive.
"All goes well, since all goes
butter," says Andy Carnegie, and
avoids answering another pointed
Webster, Richeson, Kauffman,