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THE WORLD'S lilEWS IN BRIEF
Floods still causing disaster in
Mississippi and Louisiana. 120,
homeless. Greatest modern dirigible in
world, theJ Siemens-Shuckert of
German Aerial fleet, wrecked by
slight motor jaccident. O! yes,
they'd be fine in time of war.
Vincent Warner, 20, arrested
in Milwaukee, showed silk socks
to prove he wasn't vagrant. They
were so loud the judge heard
them say "ninety days."
1 Mrs. Charles Rave, Milwaukee,
says husband "ravea" over
"cross-eyed and toothless hag,"
and she now is "raving" around
the courts for a divorce.
Several Boston millionairesses
will march in N. Y suffragettes
parade. See the soldiers march
Wellesley girl students seem to
put pn trousers at the slightest
provocation.. The other day
they played baseball in that at
tire. Yesterday they danced
around may pole in them. No
men were invited.
Boston license board has final
ly put an end to private dining
rooms" in so-aclled "Bohemian"
hotels where men could not drink
Unless accompanied by women.
And George Silver has quit in
Chicago! Surely these are sad
day for those near-men who live
by ruining women.
Suffragettes have asked Roose
velt'to march, in their parade Sat
urday. Right after the "Battle
of Bunkerloo," too. Ladies how
$648.48 realized from sale qf 10-
lb. box; of cherries at benefit Ti
tanic survivors. Sold 85 timesJ
Ralph Fisher, New York, has
Lbeen arrested so many times
Avhile carrying a kit of working
tools at night that he has be.en
given identification card by Po
Sen. Lea of Tenn. introduced
resolution ' demanding Dept. of
Justice produce all records of
Harvester Trust since 1904.
City officials, Gary, Ind., refuse
to grant licenses to 70 saloons
until they first secure county-licenses.
County officials refuse
to grant them licenses until they
first secure city licenses. What
is a poor saloonkeeper to do?
George Rossmiller, 67, city
treas., Burlington, Wis., dropped
dead in Racine Wis. Heart dis
ease. Earl MitcHell,. self-confessed
burglar, who posed as girl in
evening, attempted to- commit
suicide by drinking carbolic acidj
Sheriff saved life.
'Finley HfGrey, Connersville,
IncJ., representative 6th congres
sional district, renonlinated yes
California v congressmen .pre
pared" to make fight against plan
to discontinue mint at San Fran
cisco and substitute assay office.
Economy reason given. Rep.
Kent says it will cost more to pay
freight on Tiullion from Denver.
Yes, but think of the money the
poor railroads will make, where
with to keepltheir United States
Maxwell Evarts, general con-
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