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end strike of 20,000 workers,
they locked out.
Action of Democratic caucus in
deciding against "two battleship
every year" program will brjng
U. S. down to fifth place as naval
Mayor Schriver of Rock Island,
III., talks through his face too
much. ' " '
Votesrof JLapeer, Mich., will
have unique distinction of voting
for Catholic priest. 'Friends of
Father E. "W Dunnigan say he
will accept nomination for mayor.
Mill owners of Passaic, N. J.,
have decided to grant substantial
increase in wages. No figures
given out, but end of strike likely.
To save the delicate nerves of
prudes, artists who have placed
painting of the nude on exhibition
at the Corcoran art gallery,
Washington, have placed them in
i the darkest corners of the gallery.
Claude Allenson of Sidna Al
len, the old leader of the Allen
clan, captured himself in the Blue
Ridge mountains -yesterday, and
the Baldwin detective agency,
which has been 'running down"
lie outlaws, is much pleased with
, Equal suffrage bill has passed
both houses of Michigan legisla
ture. Will be submitted'to people
at next general election. Wom
It appears that it cost Andy
' Carnegie over $2,000,000 to act as
angel to the new defunct Carne
gie Trust Company.
IQnce where the canny, library
giving Scot got it where he wears
The primary bill is for passage
in the Illiriois House of Represen
tatives. It will be put to final vote
tonight, or tomorrow, or some
other day, when-the honorable
legislators get tired of monkeying
around the capitol.
Anarchy reigns in Mexico City.
Germans and Americans are
arming themselves in expectation
of trouble. English have charter
ed special train forVera Vruz.
- Speaking at Albert Lea, MinrL,
Conolel Roosevelt remarked that'
"the toilers must share tariff
Everybody says .that," but no
one gets to work and sees to it
that they do share in tariff and
J. Pierp. Morgan was received
in private audience by King Vic
tor Emmanuel of Italy. ,
Hope King Victor hung on to
his watch at that meeting. Oth
erwise he probably hasn't got a
The price of carpets will soon
go up, according to telegrams
from New York.
What do we care? We haven't
been able to acord carpets since
the day the Beef Trust had to put
up tHe price of meat in order to
get enough money to employs at
tornys smart enough to fool the
Just in order to help ' things
along, Panama Canal Zone ad
ministration has given orders
that automobiles and other ve
hicles in canal zone shall "keep to
the left" when approaching each
Such rulings make it so easy