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Jfcie false double standard of morality and help prevent some of these
tragedies of love.
At hat we'd rather have that poor girl's chances of going to
heaven than those of the false lover.
THE WORLD'SNEWS IN BRIEF
Butte, Mont Railroad traffic
on the Central and Eastern divi
sion of the N. P., G. N. and C. M.
& St. PrRys. almost paralyzed
today following a cloudburst and
unprecedented rainfalls since
. Sacramento, Cal. A move
ment to abolish death penalty in
California failed to arouse- the
public. Seven convicted murder
ers are awaiting execution.
Warsaw. Threatened with ar
rest for insubordination, a private
in Prince Nicolai TumanofHs
battalion today burst into prince's
flat and shot and killed the prince
and wounded an orderly.
Hoboken, N. J. Gov. Wilson
addressed 18,000 German-American
citizens in Union Hill.
Spoke of government's respon
sibility in caring for immigrants
and controlling trusts.
Vienna. Several thousand
Turks who massacred Christians
are threatened with same fate by
New York. Late John W.
Gates' pet dog, "Blondy," will be
buried in state.
New "York. Mrs. Madeline
Grey, 21, bride of a week, had
stepson, 39, arrested,because he
would not call her "mamma."-
Hartford, Conri. Martin Hod
nett, 2, drank hot cup of tea and
died. Stomach burned.
Elizabeth City, N. C -Merle
P. Smjth, 18, shot and killed Jes
sie Long, 16, because she would
not marry him. Arrested.
London. Gen. William Booth,
Salvation Army, worse today.
Mind Wandering. i
Elizabeth City, N: C Her for
mer husband's prophecy that
"something terrible would hap
pen if she remarried" caused
Mrs. Mary Preston to faint as she
was about to be re-wed. Wedding
New York. George Aranow,
manufacturer, pointed out pris
oner in courts here as same maa
who robbed him 15 years ago and)
tried to rob him yesterday.
Indianapolis, Ind. Democrats?
flocked here today to attend Gov
Thomas R. Marshall's notifica
tion ceremonies. He will be offi
cially informed that he is Demo
cratic vice presidential nominee.
Los Angeles. Louis A. Bry
an, 54, millionaire, whom second
wife divorced, saying she was
only his "beautiful' doll,", is on
Anderson, Ind. Motorman on
Indiariapolis-bound inter Urban
car raced a cyclone which he saw
coming and passed a few feet be
fore the cyclone crossed tracks.
Ogdensburg, N. Y. Miss
Mary Wright, 23, and Miss Ber
tha Jdhnstone, Jl6, drowned at