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JAPAN'S CROWN PRINCE.
"I suppose you do a bigger
trade when, it rains than when it
"No, I dori't notice any differ
ence," said the -umbrella dealer.
"But you gef' better prices
when it rains, don't you?"
"Why should I?"
"Why, umbrellas go up, -don't
CAR STRIKE TROUBLE
Duluth, Minn-, Sept 10. The?
street car company is jising the
usual tactics against the striking;
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Over 100 strikebreakers have
been imported from the Twin
Cities already. They have pro
voked trouble,"'-' ' ' '
General "Manager Warden, of
the street car companypsays that
only 60 men Went on strike. He
has notljeeh able to explain why
the company imported .over 100
strikebreakers in that-caseyet.
The behavior of the .strike
breakers led tbjttouble last night.
A mob of s2,000 sympathizers with
the, street car men pulled three of
them from their cars, and beat
them up. Officer Fallen, who tried
to interfere, also was beaten. s
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POPE TO PICK AMERICAN-.
Rome, Sept 10. There is likoe
ly to be another American Prince
of the Church soon. , '
The two men most frequentlyr
mentioned as likely candidates)
are Archbishop Quigley of Chi-d
cago and Archbishop Ireland oil
St. Paul. b
The Vatican today authorized!
the statement that the recenfc
death of two cardinals, leaving?
eight vacancies in the Sacred Col
lege, makes it probable that an&
other American will be elevatedp
Pope PiusX is very favorablo
Jo Americans. -. fil
The next consistory of the Sac
red College is to be held in the?
fall, chiefly to confer the red hatsi
onthe Austrian and Spanish cas
dinalscreated last November,,