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" 'North Pole' parties have be
come the 'fashionable things for
the more hazardous of the South
Side residents." Inter-Ocean.
What, oh what is "a more haz
Paris taxi chauffeurs again on
strike. Rioting and clashes with
Sigurd Hansen annexed title of
championstanding ski jumper of
America at Beloit, Wis., by hurl
ing himself 144 feet through the
air. Some standing jump.
Autograph' letters of Roosevelt
brought $4 and $8 at sale of art
collection of Miss Emily Grigsby,
"The ways pf the political boss
are devious and peculiar, and the
public, patient and long-suffering.
But the day will come; the day
will come." State Sen. W. C.
Jones, who thinks he is the com
28 girl graduates in commercial
class, Washington Irving High
School, N. Y., wore regulation
gymnasium costumes at gradua
tion. "If I were in need of money, I
should go to New York and pull
my husband's ears until he made
me a suitable allowance." Coun
tess Predosa, who has applied to
county to force her daughter to
This doubtless explains why
the countess and her husband are
James Hooper, 12, Piedmont,
Ala., shot and killed Asa King, 30,
to avenge insult to his sister.
Then found out he had murdered
wrong man. Now in jail.
Freda Sceltin, 10, Fond Du Lac,
Wis., dashed into burning home.
Led out brother and sister, both
under 7. Wrapped towel around
head, returned and rescued baby.
Arthur Fischer, 28, varnisher,
held at Milwaukee for criminal
assault on 5 year old Marv Kriz.
Child may die. Fischer may be
Yeggmen who looted postof
fice a6 Novelty, O., last Thursday,
suspected of robbing of postof
fice at Wickliffe, O., early, today .
Fire at Sheridan, Ind., caused
$60,000 loss. Sheridan has no fire
Lieut Collin H. Ball, Univers-i
ity of Wisconsin regiment,, has,
refused absence from xpilitary
drill to members of Badger track
team, thus electing himself the
most unpopular man on campus.
Southbound Winnipeg flyer of
Great Northern derailed near
Crookston, Minn. Woman and
baby seriously injured. Conduc
tor Lakie badly cut about head."
Mm. Schultze, wealthy Qer
mdn farmer, found guilty of mur
der of his friend and neighbor,
Chas. Raube, at Pontiac, 111. 25 ,
years in Joliet.
Series of earthquakes shook
southwestern part of territory of
Alaska yesterday. Considerable"
damage donc'Extentnot yet'cer
tain. Three daughters of Henry
Newman, the sculptor, saved
from death in apartment house
fire, N. Y., by heroism of Patrol-
man Peter Dunn today.
Eight N. Y. policemen pursued
unidentified negro who had brok-