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postponed." Editorial note in
Suffolk Weekly Times, L. I.
Which would seem to have been
rather hard on those who may
have wanted to die or be born
There will not be a single lump
ot coal leit in .London by 1 hurs
9ay, and the triangular confer-
erice between the government,
the miners and the owners has
reached no agreement, and does
' not seem likely to. t.
Flood warnings have been sent
out by federal government to peo-
, pie living, along Ohio river.
Thousands of acres of wheat al
ready are under water.. Fanners
are moving their household goods
out of their Jhomes and retreat
ing to higher lands.
Governon Deneen has called
special session of legislature, and
Roosevelt managers have won
" first step in their fight for presi
dential preference primary in Illi
nois. Assembly is to convene to-
j morrow at o p. m.
1,500 shoe operatives at Lynn
Mass., went on strike today Jbe
cause manufacturers . refused
small increase. Men are mem
bers of United Shoe Workers of
..America. Strike mayv. become
1,000 miners in Lancashire dis
trict, vScotland, returned to work
today because they "could not
bear to see the people suffering
so from hunger and cold."
Cracksmen blew open safe of
Miles theater, Minneapolis, to
day, and got away with $200 in
cash and 800 elk teeth valued at
, Lively school of porpoises blew
into - harbor at' Constantinople,
and exploded 13 submarine mines
intendedior use in reception to
N. B. The school of porpoises
is nb longer a lively one.
Miss F. Nicholson, secretary of
London Vegetarian association,
has not tasted fish, -flesh or fowl
for 21 years. Also, as you'll ob
serve, the lady is still unmarried.
Theodore Koenig, 85, and Mrs;
Marie Broderick, 83, gave up
their home in the German Odd
fellows' Home, N. Y., when direc
tors forbade them to" marry. They
will marry and "start life-anew."
Queen mother of Holland, has
given 300 gulden (whatever they
are) to fund being raised by Sal
vation army for work in Amster
dam. Alice Matthews; 21, Minneapo
lis, was attacked and slain on her
way home lastnight. Police with
vAndre Kepassis Effendii Turk
ish prince-governor of the island
of Samos, was shot and killed yes
terday by Greek" who didn't like
thevway Andre had beenprince
governing in Samos.
Countess of- Warwick, Eng
land's blueblooded Socialist, got
peeved at 'America, sailed back to
England and Teft Illinois Wom
en's Press League, for whom she
had promised to speak in the
Auditorium Friday, in a hole.
Illinois Women's Press League
will sfop up the hole with Will
iam Jennings Bryan.
Nine-tenths 'of 'Boston society
women are bcw-legged or knock-