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The depositors will de the suffer
ing. Henry Appiarius, Cincinnati,
who would have been 92 in two
weeks, committed suicide by
slashing artery in wrist because
he had twisted his ankle and
couldn't get around as well as
Battle of Parral between Mex
ican rebels and federals still go
ing on. Doubtful as to who is
shooting up whom the most.
Joseph Rosaco, Detroit, Mich.
shot and killed Mrs. Hellen Mar
shall and committed suicide be
cause Mrs. Marshall was a good
woman and woulnd't listen when
he made love to her.
Lieut Gen. Uye Hara, of Ja
panese Imperial Army, today was
appointed minister orwar to suc
ceed the late Viscount Ishimito.
" "Ambitious young men who
will work hard wanted to become
actors." Advertisement in N. Y.
paper, inserted by David Belasco.
David must be -going off his
trolley. No "ambitious young
man who will"swork hard" ever
wants to become an actor. He
goes and does real work.
"Voters should not overlook the
fact that the popular government
issue is just as much at stake in
candidates for smaller offices as it
is in the candidate for the presi
dency." U. S. Senator Bourne.
Voters should not overlook any
facts in these days of devious poli
tics, and Taft's amendment's of
Abraham Lincoln's ideas.
Joseph Brandt, 28, son of rail
road official, is under arrest at
car over and fatallyinjured 3-year-old
son of Rev. A. Zable.
May be tried for murder.
National Lumber Manufactur
ers' Association, N. Y., today is
sued demand that Department
of Commerce and Labor make
public its investigation of 'the
This cute demand has two pur
poses. The National Lumber M.
A. IS the Lumber Trust, So by
demanding investigation it will
look as if it were just achingjto
have it proved that it is no trust.
And, second, it will get a line on
what the government has "found
Secretary of State Knox today
was- shown over battlefield of
San Juan Hill, Cuba. Surely Dol
lar Diplomacy Knox is not trying,
to "follow in Teddy's footsteps."
"Ohio has five different kinds
of prohibitory liquor legislation
and 57 vavieties of local option
laws." C. Homer Durand to
House Judicairy Committee to
Ohio also has C. Tomer Dur
and to point these things out, and
make trouble about them .
Captain Joseph C. Miller, vet-
eran Great Lakes captain of Ma
rine City, was1 run over and kill
ed'by street car in Detroit today.
County Auditor Walter L.
Dean, leader of reform forces in
Xenia County, O., was indicted
"today charged with bribing elec-.
tion judge at primary last Sep
tember. The trouble with most reform-
Brainerd, Minn. Ran histouring. jers is that they become "practical