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vision over China's finances. The
premier said that to accept such
a condition would be to hand his
country over to the powers.
J. Pierp Morgan is in on that
loan. He had better order Taft to
-'send a warship over to China to
force that country to take its
. Today "will be known as Lang
ley Day in aeronautical circles m
the future in honor of Samuel P.
Langley's steam-driven aero
plane's .first flight over the Poto
mac in 1896 I
The "Junior Roosevelt Club"
only boys under 10 being eligible
for membership has .been start
ed in Washington, D. C, by
Do the members ctfthe Junior
Roosevelt Club expect Teddy to
go on being a "receptive candi-
date" until they are old enough to
vote? Heaven save its from that!
Rev. J. F. Stewart, Methodist
pastor of Cleveland, O., told his
congregation that every Chris
tian should be a Lajoie, Ty Cobb
or Walsh in religion. x
Frank Malley, condemned Jo
be hanged for murder at Pitts
burgh Thursday, is trying to
overcome his fear of death by
running marathons in the prison
Surgeons expect, ta save eye
sight of Ralph Bock, amateur
baseball player, Sandusky, O., by
operation in which two stitches
will be taken in Bock's eyeball.
Struck m eye by batted' stone,
Mrs, Frank Page, .Boston,
Wants law passed forcing all
bachelors and spinsters to wear
Uncle Hi By gum, that must
be one of them bearer ladies like
they have in side shows.
badges signifying their single,
unblessed and unhappy-state.
Next Sunday; Hell it's state
and duration, You are welcome."
Bulletin posted at Manchester,
Eng, church yesterday.
Some of the congregation o
the church- are still worrying
about that invitation.
David Waller, giddy young
veteran of the Crimean war, aged
91, was wheeled to altar in invalid"
chair when he married Annie
Sewell, 60, at London.
Pigs' feet and sauerkraut were
scattered for quarter of a mile
near New York when 8 freight
cars loaded. with these delicacies
Morgue-ship Minia with IS
bodies of Titanic victms on board
docked af Hjalifax,N. S', today.
Only body of well-known person
aboard was that of Charles M.
Hays, former president of Grand
Eleven, children of Mrs. John
Lhota, Pittsburgh, all named for