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AfOUNG FARMER KILLED WHILE "HEROES" CHASED
Mrs. Roy Blunt and her husband of two months who was shot by
Chief of Police Briggs' posseof South OmaTia, Neb., in a running
battle with' the Nebraska bandits'. Blunt had been forced by the
bandits to drive for them. Although posses,, had completely sur
rounded, the escaping men, Chief Briggs opened fire-and. Blunt, 22,v
a Springfield '(Neb.) farmer, fell at -the first volley. A movement"
is on' foot to have the state pay'the widow a ' -pension'1 or lump sum.'
What if all the women should
go on a strikeiand refuse'to speak
tOrthemen4itil'the-men gave the
wamen the right to -vote. Gee
whiz, but there would be - some
thing doing soon. -No Use throw-"
ingf brickbats. Just boycott the
men andeep Jem at amis length.,
That will do the work..
The-Poor Thing. '
-Henpecked Husband Is, my"
wife going out, Elsie?
Elsie Yes, sir.
Henpecked Husband Do you
know if I am going with her?