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DOINGS QF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
.German coal miners now on
strike have run short .of funds.
Appealed to other uniqns,
--Settlement of British coal min
ers' strike depends on what hap-
pens to minimum wage scale'bill
government "has introduced in
"Turkish fleet o'rdered to, pre
pare for actidn' against Italian
For a fleet that has been anni;
hilated some Jsteen times, the
.Turkish one sure is 'lively.
14 men killed and score injured
when locomotive in Southern
Pacific 'yards, San Antonio. Tex.,
exploded. ' J
Speaking at Boston today,
President Taft denied that
"wha'tever is right is constitu
tional." . '
Wonder what-it feels like to
' havea judicial temperament and
a mind "that works' the "way our
obese president's does.
Theodore Roosevelt jr., , be
came firefighter when Jiome of
Chas. W. Clark,' San Francisco,
went up.in flames. Young Theo
dore was overcome by smoke,
rescued byfiremen. .
"What office do you think Ted
dy, jri, isjoing to run for?
Directoire skirt, slit so wear
er's .knee is exposed) will be all
the rage this summer if Parisian
' dictators of fashion have their
But maybe the. Parisian dicta-
) tors of fashion wont.' Sometimes
the police butt in on' things like
that. - - ir
Dr. Mar)f E. Walker, octogen
arian, army surgeon, and only
woman entitled, by special act' of
Congress, to wear pants,, is s'tu
ously ill of pneumonia, m N. Y."
hospital. , t
Also, Dr. Mary is bossing the
distinguished doctors who have
tendered her their services. ,
30,000 textile workers went back
to work in the Lawrence,rfiills to
day, and the strike that lasted-fpr"
61 bitter, starving days, marked
by brutality, was over. '
Anna Darkmeier, sister of Post-j.
master Darkmeier, San Jose, 111.,
died today from injuries suffered
m ail on icy sidewalk.
Some of these detectives who -are
'pursuing' the Aliens through
the Virginian mountains, seem
mighty anxious to keep away
from where the Aliens are likely
to be. " . . - , ,
Wool Trust publicity bureau'
snouts at us that, as result of "
Lawrence strike, wage increases
aggregating $10,000,000- will go
into pockets of New Englandlex-,
tile workers in next 12 months.
BUT the Wool Trust doesn't
even whisper that that $10,000,-
000 will go into workers' pockets
at the exciting and heart diseasfe
causing rate 0 about 10 cents a
week per worker. ,
- IVErs. Rachel Forshua Wiley,
believed to be oldest woman in '""
Pennsylvania, celebrated her
106th. birthday and St. Patrick's
Day, at Saltsburg, Pa'., yesterday.
America, like Rome, will fall
in sin. Why, there' were 9,000" ,
murders .in America last vear." .
ReV. Clayton A. Smucker,J5mith-s
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