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WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO
Taft managers in-NebraSka ig
nored Chester H. Aldrich, the
governor. Which has caused
glee among the La Folltte sup
porters in Nebraska.
Score of firemen hurt, and
$250,000 damage in fire that de
stroyed Wanamaker section of
Terminal Storage Warehouse
. and Bonding company building,
Fox river, swollen by floods
and ice jams, is on rampage from
Menasha to Green Bay, Wis. Pa
per mills, factories and bridges
worth millions of dollars, in dan
ger. Mme Schumann-Heink may
think her husband, Willie Rapp,
a gentleman, but Willie doesn't
mind saying he thinks Madame's
children ought to be locked up for
Joseph Fusco, Pittsburgh, shot
and killed his fiancee and cousin,
Virginia Fusco, and then commit
Swiss still kicking about an
nounced intention of "War Lord"
Wilhelm to inspect their army.
James Clancy and Chas Peo
ples, slate roofers, fell from roof
of Methodist church, Virginia,
111., and are dying.
Cincinnati women have formed
league and are refusing to pay
more than 3 cents carfare. Also
defying conductors to put them
off cars for refusing.
George Loefler, St. Paul, an
amateur wrestler, tried to
strengthen his neck by hanging
himself, from ceiling. This did
not "strengthen" his neck, "but he
had no relatives.
Robert Simmons, Washington,
Ind., farmer, is dead from having
son who practiced sfrooting at
mark on barn door without find
ing out if there was anyone in
side the barn.
Wright brothers think they
have invented device which will
render aeroplanes foolproof. We
doubt it. J
"The soul is the fountain of
youth. Cultivate theoul and the
rest is easy." Miss Villa Foster
Page, instructor in beauty, N. Y.
Professional Women's League.
Yes, Villa, but cultivating the
soul is so dreadfully hard some
times', especially "in society."
Which explains popularity of
The "women of the United
States Army" are getting up pe
tition asking Congress to restore
"The .coming senator, Dr.
Anna Howard Shaw . . . "
Mrs. Mills, president of N. Y.
State Suffrage Association, in in
troducing famous suffragist.
Attorneys for Rev. Clarence V.
T. Richeson are straining every
effort to have him sent to insane
asylum "like HaTry Thaw."
That's the worst of affairs like
the Thaw trial. They establish
what the legal profession is pleas
ed to term "precedent."
Mrs. Marp-arpf WrierFit 7fl M
Y., found dead in home. 35 hun
gry cats and dogs brought neigh
bors to break in door.
Geo. P. Bowler. Harvard stu
dent, lost $75,000 in one nigjft at
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