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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Talking about Spring
Henry M,. Heims, "Dentist to
King Victor onltaly," who is su
ing for divorce at Boston, says
.his wife drank wine with Arturo
Targent at Florence, Italyy and
then pranced through the streets
of that city, clad in negligee,
bedroom -slippers and a large picture-hat.
Why the "large picture hat,"
we wonder. ,,
Mrs. Geo. C. Williams, Metu
chen, N. J., held up burglar with
shofgun, and told him to keep
quiet while she phoned for po
lice. "The window was open.
Mentally unbalanced' through
the study of spiritualism, Mrs.
Emma Orr, 50, Toronto, Ont.,
killed herself and her 3 children
by gas. today.
Tom Mann, British Socialist,'
arrested and held without bail for
urging soldiers on strike duty not
to shoot their "fathers and broth
ers". Charge against him "is
inciting soldiers of the king, to
mutiny." - t
Pensioning of widowed and de
serted mothers advocated by
Mary S. Garrett, before Mothers'
Congress, now in session at St.
Do you think the prosecution
of Hanish, the "Little Master." of
the Sun Worshippers 'has ' any
thing' to dp with, the present . re
grettable truancy of the Sun?
Neither do we.
Major Archibald Butt, mili
tary aid to President Taft, who
is in Europe seeking reljef from
the gout, -was given audiencebx
Pope Pius today.
Mrs. Susan McCrarn, 78, and
the Misses Mary, 80, and Alie,
76, McCrarn, Jersey City, N. J.n
prayed they -would die together
John Burns., former' labor lead-
er and 'now member of British
cabinet, said in House of Com
mons yesterday that anyonej
owning more than one dog should,
be forced to adopt a child.
Which reminds us: When
Burns was a mere workingmai
he-said that no person should re-v
ceive a salary of more than $2,500"
a year. He now draws down
$10,000 a year, and no one lias
heard him hollering about the.
injustices of it either.
"Are the American people fit
to govern themselves, to rule
themselves, to control them
selves?" plaintively asks T.
. ."Certainly not." Chorus from
Judicial Temperament Taft; Su-!
People Court; various soubrettet
statesmen, and the so to soeajc
newspaper, the Inter Ocean. '
The Main legislature today
unanimously voted not to invite.
T. Roosevelt to address jt. Whichl
is certainly not putting a beef
steak onthe Colonel's North Da
Bill reducing the tariff on wool,
identical with the one vetoed byT
Taft last Summer, was introduc-j
ed in the House today by Major
ity Leader Underwood.
Six reported killed in wreck of
Southern Pacific train between