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Just One .Last Word The
kind of physical culture is not so
important as it is that you prac
tice SOME kind.
SOME STORMY MEETING
The meeting of the committee
of nine aldermen appointed to
consider the vice situation was a
stormy one today.
Aid. Donahue, of the 35th ward,
wanted the whole committee dis
banded, and the idea of investi
gating vice conditions given up.
Said it wasn't a job for the alder
Aid. Si Mayer, of the Fourth
ward, wanted all the visitors, re
formers, clergymen and news
paper men, excluded.
Mayer said that all reformers
were insincere, and that the
churchmen took nothing but
hearsay evidence and therefore
didn't know what they were talk
Mayer did not say why he
wanted the newspaper men kept
jut of the meeting.
Aid. Donahue got sore when
the other aldermen refused to cis
and the committee and left the
Portland, Ore., Oct. 17. Eight
Socialists indicted by grand jury
today for issuing circular attack
ing Col. Roosevelt and Congress
man Nicholas Longworth.
The circular in question was is
sued during the Colonel's recent
visit to Portland, It called Roose
a would-be murderer and accus
ed Longworth of owning proper
ty used for immoral purposes.
London, Oct, 17. Reported
that Mr. and Mrs, Pethick-Law-
rence, who resigned from suffra
gette's union, did so because of
plans for use of extreme violence
.made by Mrs. Emmehne Pank-
Scotland Yard. much disturbed
bv reoort. Suffragettes already
have tried arson and murder. If
they are planning anything more
violent it may be the blowing up
of the houses of parliament or a
personal attack op the royal fam
ily. . '
Christabel Pankhurst still in
exile in Paris, but in constant
communication with friends.
JAIL DAY IS 24 HOURS
Hot Springs, 'Ark., Oct 17.
Jury which tried D. J. Foley,
charged with receiving stolen
goods, entirely made up of union
Found Foley guilty and sen
tenced him to one day in jail, but
explained to court that their idea
of one day was eight hours.
Judge, jury, sheriff and 'pris
oner all joined in argument of
this question. Court finally ruled
that law intended one day m jau
to mean 24 hours. ,
Lady I am looking for a gov
erness for my children.
Manager of Office Didn't we?
supply you with one last "week?
Manager of Office Well,
madam, according to her report,
you don't need a governess; you
need a lion tamer.