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let." If tlje operation is' success-
iui, vjrace win live. 11 it is un
successful, he will die, or-become
a hopeless paralytic for the re
mainder of hislife.
An, should he 'die, what case
would' the Atlanta-police have
against Mrs. Grgee? j
They have only the testimony
of Grace himself against her, and,
under ,the laws of Georgia, a hus
band's testimony cannot be used
against his wife." . ,
Mrs. Taftis writing her owr
letters ana pruning ner, own
guest-Jists, her social secretary,
Miss Katherine Letterman, hav
ing" been' operated upon for ap?
That is" not our, idea of news!
But Letterman is such a good
jiame for one who writes letters.
Because she 'befriended Irs.
Margatet McVausland, 85, dur
, ing the last 33 days of her life,
Mrs. Ida B. Rosenstefel, was be
queathed $20,000, or more than
$600 per day, for her kindness".
Rev. Robert Passley negro, is
in jail in New York. Pdlice say
he carried a mole fdot and a wish
bone, and collected money from
prisoners, telling theni he could
"charm" judges. ( t
Mrs. Esther Barkins,. New
-York, put tpbaccb leavesin her
bath water to cure a rash. She is
in a hospital suff ering from nico
We are enthused to learn that
.Tripoli is -the-scene of niore'fight-
ing between the Turks' and Ital
ians. ' Rome declares that once
more the Turkish a,rmy has been
annihilated. , '
Kitty-Kat had nothing on that
Turk army. This is he 'steenfh
time it has been "annihilated."
Mrs. Bob FitzsimmonSj. now
acting in St: Louis; is thinking of
passing up Chicago. Following1 '
the-scran between her husband
and the college student yesterday
she reqeived a telegram saying:
"I met your friend and handed
him a wallop. "Will hand you one
later." Bob's name, was signed
Kentucky legislature has pass
es' law making it illegal to take
liquor into "-dry' regions for a
"sick" friend. -
Lawrence strike committee has
voted to accept terms offered the
strikers by American Woolen
Co,, practically ending the strike.
And congress, of coursef will
let the investigation of how wom
en and children were clubbed by)
the police end also.
Lieut. Sevelle of the French
arniy fell 500 feet in his aeroplane
ati Pau today and was instantly '
The freshman class of Notre
Dame university smoked cigar
ettes at it's Banquet, and the fac
ulty isi scandalized. The class
president has been canned. r
A striker' was killed by a po-.
liceman in Germany today, the.
first death a a resultof the coaf
strike. Serious rioting reported'
Police have been driven away
from a number of the mines.
Famine and rioting is threat-