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Believed smallest baby was born to
Mrs. H. Russell, Mattoon, 111., yester
day! Fully developed and weighing
only "ty dunces. Wag one of twins.
The other died. - .
"Buck'1 Wallace, former chief of
police of Pittsburgh, got off his $50
fine for conducting a gambling house.
Authorities "higher-up" have started
As he bent his head in prayer in the
City Rescue Mission, a Detroit man
was arrested for non-support of his
"wife and family.
Electro piano acted as burglar
alarm in house in Monticello, N. Y.,
when a burglar accidentally pushed
the button in the wall and started
"Everybody's Doin' It" at 3 a. m.
Miss Margaret Wilson, president's
daughter, was among 400 guests at
Greenwich Village Commonwealth
reception to be served with a "Bryan
punch" grape juice, lemon, sugar
Woman in Warwick, N. Y., 100
years old, is doing her own house
work., Kansas judge adjourned court and
sent the jurors home, to attend to
their spring planting.
Woman in Helmetta, N. Y., saved
a drowning boy by pushing a baby
carriage into the water for him to.
At a preacher's funeral in Bfjcfge
port, "Dixie" and "Silver Thraeds
Among the Gold" were sung.
Application for her seventh divorce
has been made by a Kalamazoo
woman, who nevertheless says she
has not lost faith in mankind.
Graduating class of Pacific Theo
logical Seminary in Berkeley, Cal
having its commencement exercises
yesterday, was composed exclusively
Marine barracks in Sitka, Alaska,
abandoned by the navy department,
will hereafter be a home for needy
prospectors and already there's a.
In dispute, over which faction
should take up the Easter collection
in St. Mary's Catholic church, Umon
town, Pa., one was seriously injured
and 20 bruised.
Woman who sued Pall Mall Gazette
for libel lost her case," although the
court record in London showed that
she spoke 330,000 words to the jury.
Or should it be because.
HE GAVE UP EVfERVTHifvK?
To VAAKE THE -TRIO.
"I'll raise you rent," the. landlord
- "Oh! thank you;" said the man;
"I've tried, a week to. do the same,
But bang me if I can,"