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'5"' " ' V-
Hermanspan had his bruises
dressed in jail.
Papyrus contianing text of
Deuteronomy, Jonah and Acts of
Apostles found in Egypt. Dates
back to 4th century, and confirms
stories of early monastic settle
ments in Egypt.
Henri Brisson, 77, noted French
stateman, president of chamber
of deputies 19 times from 1876 to
1912, is dead at hi shome in Paris.
Clara Ward, of Michigan, now
-Paris, who omje was Princess de
Chimay, and Who eloped with and
married Rigo, the musician,
threw him over, and become
Mme. Riccardi, has thrown her
hat in the matrimonial ring again.
M. Cassellato is the unlucky man.
"In this he had the support of a
Hearst daily with its great ad
vantage of indifference to accu
racy. "Jane Addams.
At least, Miss Addams has
'studies the advantages of a
Balloon St. Gothard is drifting
about in clouds above Switzer
land with man aboard who does
not know how to handle it. Gust
of wind threw pilot and two pas
sengers out. Balloon thus light
ed, shot into air, with third pas
senger, man making his first
"When the friction of the last
few months shall be forgotten,
"when the mists of momentary iri
tation shall have disappeared,
the greatness of Theodore Roose
velt as president and leader of
men will become clear to every
one." Taft. ,
But it is only fair to mention
that Taft said this in the days'
when they called each other
Theodore and Will.
"It is a crime that any child
should be allowed to live in a
slum. The social order of the
world today is wrong. It treats
men as mere machines when they,
are the sons of God." Rev. A.
Herbert Gray, of Glasgow, Scot
land, speaking at Chicago uni
No representative of President
Taft attended funeral of Clara
-Barton, founder of American Na
tional Red Cross, held at Wash
ington yesterday. Nor were any
flowers sent from White House.
Well, what else can one expect
in these days of political strain.
Yet surely some little honor was
due to the memory of the woman
who brought great honor upon
her native land.
"We slugged 'em over the
ropes." Roosevelt when asked
how he felt about Pennsylvania.
There never was a time when
Teddy's language could be called
anything less than forceful.
Railroad shopmen planning
gigantic union federation at Kan
sas City. Federation will take in
all lines, and wilL consist of 200,
OOO.men. General Pasquale Orozco has
appealed to Hearst to help him in
his rebellion against Madero, and
,Hearst doubtless is going to help
him through his newspapers.
Yet one would think that
Hearst is having trouble enough
at home say around the Seventh
regiment armon .
Felipe Lemando, owner of five