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tJuelzow; -expired yesterday, and
no papers were filed. Unless gov
ernor grants another reprieve,
men will be hariged Feb. 16.
Inspector Nick Hunt says he
will drive all "undesirables" out
of city. Go to it, but remember,
inspector, that other things than
charity should begin at home.
Violet Buehler arrived here to
day,, and like all famous travel
ers proceeded to give her views
on everything in general. It
doesn't bother us, and she seems
to enjoy herself.
. ABOUT PEOPLE
M . Raymond Poincare, the new
French premier, has twice refused
the same office and
has been a cabinet
times. He is one of
the most disting
uished figures in
France, a lawyer,
artist, writer, par
liamentarian and a
member of the French academy.
He is 52, and has been in public
life 20 years.
Senor Jose Canaleajas, who resigned-as
Spanish premier, has
long been a leading political power-
in.Spain. He has greater prob
. lems than the entire royal fam
Huntington Wilson, slated for
' the ambassador to France, is a
Chicago man; his diplomatic ca
reer began with a minor position
in the Tokio embassy. Since then
he has been minister to Bulgaria,
an'dJfirst assistant- secretary of
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REAL SPORT LEADERS
Bantam JBoxing Champion,
It's a cold day when the rent
doesn't come due.
Trust your fellow man but
count your change.