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Wash., has received orders for 12
brides from 12 Michigan men,
who want to settle on govern
ment land in Washington after
Aviator Verrept, rising from
Paris in monoplane, carried two
passengers to height of 3,300
feet. World's record.
Los Angeles' third aviation
meet began at Domingues Field
today. Sensational stunts prom
ised. No deceased aviators yet.
Ex-convict banker, Charles W.
'Morse, has improved rapidly
since pardon was announced.
Maybe he wont-die now.
No more highbrow grand opera
for Milwaukee. Promoters Jost
$7,000 on three performances
John G. A. Leishman, Steel
Trust millionaire and ambassa
dor to Germany, appeared in
Kaiser's court wearing uniform
of navy blue. Collar, sleeves and
trousers loaded down with gold
braid. Cocked hat, with white
and black ostrich plumes. Tiny
rapier hanging at his side, and in
terfering with his feet
This is our notion of a highly
improper uniform for the ambas
: sador of Democratic America.
Also Leishman must have look
ed like an English coachman with
all those fol-de-rols on.
Federal district court, Mexico
City, ordered General Bernardo
Reyes, former bugaboo of Ma
- dero administration, tried before
civil instead of military court.
Probably mean light sentence.
Chas. G. Peterson, St Louis,
crack .billiard player, has sued
tramway for '$25,000; saying1
when car struck his auto his
nerves were so shaken as to per-
manently injure his playing. e-
Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt sep
arated from $300 at Monta Carlo
gaming tables. Alfred didn't like
it, and is never going back.
Wm.B. Leeds, jr., aged 9, sole-'
boss of mansion'at Montclair, N.
J., and 40 servants. Mother gone2
to amuse herself and Europe in
James Speyer, N. Y. banker'
and philanthropist, has received'
Order of Red Eagle of second
class, conferred on him by Kaiser,
from German ambassador. -
600 head of cattle killed at La-
Porte, Ind., when Pennsylvania
stock train crashed through
bridge and into Kankakee river.'
South Sharon Borough, Pa4j
hereafter will be known as Far-;
rell in honor of president of U. S J
steel corporation, if recommenda-
tion of grand jury be followed.
Why does South Sharon Bor-
ough wish to advertise its con-'
nection with the president of the
steel trust? '
Felix Juskiewicz, Cleveland,"
looking fof job any kind 'of job."
Felix used to be dishwasher.'
Troubled with ambition' to be-
come juggler. Practiced with'
cups. Any kind of a job will suit
Miss Hopkins, Sioux City, la.,
called up hief of police, Pitts
burgh, Pa., undet impression she
was talking to Pittsburgh, Kan. '
This little 1,500 mile mistake has
enriched the Belt Telephone com
pany by $5.25.
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