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this, and to the manner of the
waitress' speech to her. The wait
ress, according to Mme. Clancy,
then hooked her finger and sum
moned Mrs. Belmont.
Mme. Clancy says that the suc
ceeding happenings were swift
and vigorous. She says Mme,
Eelmont "stopped not to reason
why, nor stopped not to do any
thing, but just naturally bounced
her, Mme. Clancy, out of the res
taurant. Whereupon Mme. Clancy, fall
of indignation and a-Ia-mode pie,
went to Magistrate Murphy and
swore out a. Jane Doe warrant for
So now the two women will
scrap it out in Murphy's court
room Monday, and what's hap
pening in the Balkans is likely to
be a mere bag-o -shells to what
will happen in the Hon. Murphy's
As Magistrate Murphy might
say: hoonell wants to be a magistrate?
HE GOT OFF EASY
The hand of Andy Lawrence
once more has reached oUt to
save a gunman from the punish
ment he merited.
The man in question is Fred
Harris, driver for the American,
and general bad man.
Harris. was fined $25 and costs
for carrying concealed weapons,
and $5 and costs for firing a gun
within the city limits by Judge
And this is the crime which
Harris committed, and out of
which he gqt so easily:
One month ago, Harris met
Miss Minnie Fisher, 19 years old.
He induced her to go driving
with him, and then forced her, at
the point of a revolver to enter
a hotel at Harrison and South
In the hotel, because Miss Fish
er would not yield to him, Har
ris drew a gun and fired three
shots to terrify the girL
Muncie, Ind, Mrs. Mary Lan
dis, Logansport, Ind., mother of
Frederick K. Landis, Progressive m
candidate for lietuenant gover
nor, is dead.
Racine, Wis. W. J. Bryan ar
rived "here today. Spoke at Audi
torium to 2500 people.
Court House, Salem, Mass.
Owing to severe illness of one of
the jurors, J. N. Carter, Newbury
port, mfirder trial of Ettor, Gio
Yannitti and Caruso was today
postponed indefinitely. Carter
ill with grippe.
Mrs. McCarthy's husband went
out in a boat alone. The boat?
overturned and he was drowned;
A friend met her some weeks-later.
"I hear," said he, "that Pat left
you very well off that he left'
vou $5,000." i
"True," said Mrs. McCarthy,
"How was that?" asked herr
friend. "Pat couldn't read non
write, could he?"
'No," said Mrs. McCarthy,