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on, ought to repay examination
ixnder the microscope.
"Name you own sentence," said
Police Judge Fricke, Cincinnati,
to Joe Brown, accused of abusing
wife and children. "One day in
jail without hard labor," said Jo
Samuel Rudy, 86, eccentric
bachelor farmer of Canton, O.,
willed $l,00p to each of 14 court
Henry Benjamin, Youngstown,
O.) blew into Sharon, Pa., yes
terday. Bought meal and shave
with stock certificates good for
1G shares in heaven. Tried to
buy stjit same way. 90 days.
Mrs. Pearl Phillips, Denyr,
Col., has sued Abrier J. JDavis
Iowa farmer, for "$10,000 breach
of promise. Pearl says she pro
posed to Abner, that he accepted
her, and then got blky.
April Fool joker flooded N. Y.
with magazine looking like THE
OUTLOOK. One cover read:
;'THE LOOK OUT, published
impulsively Hippodrome stunt by
Toreador Rushabout, contribut
Harry Edmonson, 6f adjutant
general's department, Ohio, will
recover sight by operation in
which brain was exposed and tu
mor removed from op$ic nerve.
Such an operation is successful
only once in 100 times.
"On erltering my duties as
mayor, pathways of roses did not
await me." Mrs Ella Wilson,
mayor of Hunttewell, Kan.
As we remember the story of
the woman mayor, it was a bunch
of grafting councilmen who ob-
I jected to her putting the Indian
sign on graft that awaited Mas.
J. Seitily, on trial at Hillsboro,
Mo., on charge of murder of M.
Hunning, testified that sheriff
gave him whisky, made hitn
drunk, and then induced him to
sign confession while he did not
know what he was doing. Pre
siding judge ruled that this did
ndt constitute "intimidation."
Ring lost 8 years ago, by Mrs.
Nettie Arnold, Springfield, 111.,
was found today in tummy of her
pet cow, which went the way of
11 grass fed cows a few days
Stenographers and pedestrians
fainted today, when one. of those
"funny" persons who cannot re
press their high spirits, flung
dUmmy of man frotn 24th story
of Liberty Tower Building N. Y.
Supreme Court again has re
versed Taft's commerce court,
and declared that power to regu
late all carrying business, even if
within boundaries of one state,
rests with Interstate Commerce
Shopman: "Here is a very nice
thing in revolving bookcases,
Mrs. Newrich : "Oh, are those
revolving bookcases? I thought
they called them circulating li
; O 0
Kitty," sid her mother re
bukingly, "you must sit still when
you are at the table."
1 can't, mairima," protested
the little girl ; "I'm a fidgetarian."