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holidays Oldest is Christmas,
youngest Memorial Day.
Sam Killow, Little .Rock, Ark.,
today took unto- himself his tenth
wife. Has been separated from
five of his wives by divorce. The
other four died of living with
George Anderson, St Louis,
kept his savings in sweatband of
his hat. Ain't it awful'the way the
wind blows sometimes?
Tom J. Leary, tree warden o
Sharon, Mass , sat down witlT
stick of dynamite in hip pocket.'
Heaven is supposed to be in the
sky. Tom started that way.
John Hays Hammond and spe
cial U. S. commission sent "to in
vite European nations to take
part in Panama Exposition, San
Francisco, 1915, arrived in Berlin
"today. American ambassador has
arranged for audience -with Em
Lest we forget! John. Hays
Hammond is the railroad and
smelter trust lobbyist Taft made
America's special representative
at the coronation of King George
When police tried to close
Chas Korn's saloon, Hanover,
Pa., Rev. Wm. Smith testified it
was a model saloon and harmless.
Perhaps it was, but how in the
name of temperance did the Rey.
William Smith know so much)
Dr. H. E. Manning of Kalama
zoo announces that the fat of
puppy dogs is the cure for tuber
culosis. It takes announcements,
like this to rob death of its terrors-.
JUDGE OWENS CALLED
Superior Judge McKinley to
day served notice on County
Judge Owens to appear before
him tomorrow for sentence for
contempt of court.
This is the latest .development'
in the proceedings growing out
of the disgraceful scenes at the
Democratic county convention"
three weeks ago.
Judge Owens, who was in
charge, or took charge, of the
county election machinery, back
ed Ty a few thousand policemen
and deputy sheriffs', broke open
the Seventh Regiment Armory
building in defiance of Judge Mc
Kinley's restraining order. '
Judge Qwens also remarked at
the timehat he would send
Judge McKinley to jail if Judge
McKinley should attempt to see
to it that his own restraining or
der was carried out.
Now, the shoe would appear to
be on the other fopt and tojpe
some tight, too. McKinley seems
determined, even anxious, to send
Judge Owens to jail.
Qwens attorney fifed a mo
tion to quash the contempt cita
tion on the ground that McKinley
did not have jurisdiqtion in the
case. McKinley blithely quashed
fhe motion to quash and ruled -that
he did have jurisdiction, late
Saturday afternoon, and is now1
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Evolution! Powder that Uncle
Sam didn't fire off in his war with
Spain will be experimented with
to seeif it isn't good as fertilizer.
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