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getting all work'ed "up "by this
I didn't break the injunc
tion," said the prisoner. 'fI ain't
no striker. I'm a, strikebreaker.
Yuh see The Tribune, brought me
"Er er-er, your honor! Just
a moment, your honor," cried an
agitated city prosecutor, as J.
Neff disappeared out the door,
"Yes, said the court, encour
agingly to the prosecutor.
"I'm afraid, your honor, there
has been a mistake here. This
man should never have been ar
rested. Someone blundered. Er-$r-er
if your honor could see his
"I understand," said Judge
Beitler. "The case is non-suited."
The prisoner was set frpe, and
set out to accumulate a little mote
of the stuff that made him so
sleepy last night. He said some
thing about looking for that
"ivory-headed gink .wot arrested
Taf t has begun suit to dissolve
the $140,000,000 Harvester
Trust Hang On to-your Harves
ter stock! She'll gtr sky-high as
soon as the U. S. Supreme Court
ordersit reasonable dissolution.
MANY DROWNED WHEN
LEVIES GIVE WAY
New Orleans, lalftay 6 At"
least 'thirty-two persons were
downed in the interior of Point
CoUpee parish today.
Shortly after 9 o'clock he
Mississippi levees brokc and a
great wall of water 'swept over
There was no warning. The.
people were trapped like rats.
They had not even time to tele
phone or telegraph for help, ,
Twelve bodies have been re
covered. WEATHER REPORT.
Generally fair to
night and Tuesday,
for Chicago and vi
cinity; not much' '
change in tempera-
(2 turejjpQderajte, var
Ha! one of the defendants Tatfc
has selected in the suit agairrst
the Harvester Trust is Geo. W
Perkins, Roosevelt's fi n a n c ial
backer. Gentlemen, this politics
is becoming personal!
Nearly 40Q women will be can- Mountaineers in Corsica make
didates for ofhee ifi Kansas at the ibread from chestnuts that w Jll
Julius Christianson, 62 con
victed of murder of Mrs, Irene
Watson, 2256 Washington, blvjd.,
Dec 21, 1911, committed suicide
by Tianging self with bed-clothes
in cell at County jail.
Tally one for New York city.
Her authorities refuse to permit
moving pictures pf the Titajruc
disaster to be shown and there
would be barrels of money in it,
keep fresh5 for-fif teen days.
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