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liminary to taking office.
"Move to amend, making it 1
month in jail and 5 days in slums.
Patrick Johnson, Indianapolis,
laughed so hard at moving pic
ture show he died of it.
-' 15 boys from 14 to 18 years old,
have run away from Industrial
School, Lexington, Ky. Feared
they will freeze to death before
"Occasionally the Tribune
wanted something for one of its
family and then it patted every
one on the back." Senator Lori
mer. Only occasionally, Honorable
By order of French govern
ment two detectives guarded J.
Pierp. Morgan on his way from
Paris to London. Can you beat
. Thief stol" cork leg, one trou
ser, vatch and small sum of
money from J. Barton, Vancou
ver, B. C. Thus leaving J. B. in
painful position to notify police.
.v"The practical application of
Eugenics to marriages will not
Rill romantic love.'' Rudolph
Binder, processor of Sociology, N.
StilL'we cling to belief that ask
ing a young lady if there ever was
insanity in her family, or demand
ing a medical certificate, before
proposing, is going to kill some
thing. Sylvia Pankhurst, daughter of
England's most militant suf
fragette, spurns and spurns is
the word, too the idea that she
is going to take advantage of
Leap Year traditions.
"TJie .woman of' the . future,"
says Sylvia "will not worry her
self into ne'rvous prostration over
trivial matters; such as the win
ning of-a man's affections."
Gee, but can't the suffragette
of the species be deadly when she
likes. "Trivial -matters!" -
Gov. Vessey, S. D., couldnt
make scheduled speech at Sioux
Falls, N. D.," because he had lost
his false teeth.
Frank A. Munsey, in editorial
in Washington Times, says if
Roosevelt is'-asked to run, he will
No one doubts it, Frank, and
probably he's only waiting be
cause it's leap year.
League of National Commis
sion, meeting at N. Y., has taken
occasion to burden its mind about
Mayor Shank of Indianapolis,
who handed C. M. one when they
taised prices in cold weather.
Scores were injured and many
arrested when striking mill op
eratives clashed with police' at
Lawrence, Mass., today.
Fire destroyed Masonic tem
ple, Keokuk, la., early today.
Loss $40,000. 20 below, and fire
men couldn't fight fire.
Bert H. Franklin, accused of
bribery of McNamara jurors to
day denied report that he was go
ing to plead guilty.
Rep. Sulzer, Chairman House
Committee on Foreign Affairs,
received telegrams from Freder
ick Cairn?, at Teheran, charging
that Chas. W. Russell, American
minister to Persia, is insane, and
has refused aid to W. Morgan
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