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. Pater30ty NPWniism .f layT
W.qocf leader of striking $ilk workers,
aijgered Because teacher, called him
anarchist, threatened to call put 85,
.Portland, Ore. Mrs.. Sarah- Rust,
8, realized dream of her life 'wjien
she cast first vote, after traveUng'JJ,--000
miles.- - v
Kalamazoo, Mioh. Mrs. Eliza
Morse made application for, seentK
divorce. . " "
Washipgtpn. President .Wilson de
clined invitation to speak at Peoria,
, HL, October 4'3th, "Too busy.. Z
New York. Four pdlicejnsggctors,
Thompson, Murjtha, rHussey'' and
JJweeney; inducted fqr conspiracy by
grand jury?. investigating pqlice graft.
Harnburgi Ger.many.-Cari Hageri
1)eqfi,'69 famous collector and train
er of animals, dying.
Schneider." Ind. Hugh. Burns, De
inotte, fatally wpunded wife and Park
"Pardons; then killed self, in railroad
station, Porqcstic trouble.
El Paso, Tesa$. JL. P. Briggs, bag
gagemaster Gplderi iate limited
traint arrested charged with .conspir
acy to-smu'ggle phinesq to Chicago.
Oklahoma Cjty..N. H- Morgan,
Chicago, arrested for violating Mann
.white slave act. Jean Beaucbn, 17,
By Berton Brajey.
Tommy's a sport of a- mighty fine soft
And a 'regular fellow beside,
Who has sent pvpr lots of most excellent yachts
Which havp raced o'er the billowy tide;" .
Though he never bas won since the. g'ajne was begun
He's always been tfcere with a smile. '
Tommy's, a sport of a njighty gpqd sort,
Who js built in an excellent style.-
Yet that yachting club hunctf wants a cinch and a lunch
Or else they're unwilling to play.
They bave tried to tie up the America's cup
So Tommy- can't take it away;
With queer regulations and strange limitations
They've hedged it and wound' it about,
But Topamy still "tries for the cpveted prize
v With a patieijce.Jhajt never. wears out.
We. are proud of the.bpats which have captured the goats
, i Of each challenger sent o'er tiie pond, '
f But-we're not a bit prpiid of. that cinch-hunting crowd
Which is keeping the trophy in bond;
Let Tomfny come ia with a fair chante-to wip.
Get busy and take off tlje lidj
' Por Tpm if he tries may sal off wjth the prize .
And we wouldn't feel sore if . bd !' '
. Teacher (reading ra1oud)ri-4iJj)S ,I know where he stole it from
weary senel leaned pjhis-gwLaiid
.Btole a few moments' sleep." ""I bet
"From, his 'nap'-