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HOW AMFRTCAN FLAG WENT INTO MEXICO
This special photograph from correspondent N. M. Walker shows the
United States state department automobile carrying the American flag in
which Edwin E. Bryan, secret agent of the government, drove to Chihua-j
hua City, over the northern Mexican desert, delivered the demand of Presi
dent Wilson to the Mexican government for the release of Charles Biesel;
Roland MacDonald and Ray Harrell, the three Americans in prison at Chi
huahua City and under sentence to be executed for having papers from the
revolutionary junta in El Paso to the rebel leaders in the south. The news
dispatches have told us that they were released.
COPPERS ARE GOING TO STUDY
FIGURES NOT 'RITHMETIC
Being a policeman has other ad
vantages besides being able to
"mooch" a bag of peanuts from the
corner fruit stand. In many respects
it's a gay life.
Next week the coppers are going
to school. This won't be any reading,
'riting and 'rithmetic affair, though
the main object is the study of fig
ures. The school will teach the cops
what is proper and what is scanda
lous in bathing suits.
This move of Chief McWeeny was
caused by the second discharge of a
bather arrested and charged with be
ing insufficiently clad.
Live models borrowed from the
Art Institute will parade before the
coDDers in slit bathing skirts, skirt-
less bathing suits and one-piece bath
ing suits. A sergeant, probably Jerry
O'Connor, who put the "O!" in Sep
tember Morn, will point out which of
the costumes violates the ordinance
regarding bathing suits.
. The public will not be admitted to
Senator Fall isn't roaring so loudly
against Pres. Wilson for not inter
vening in Mexico, since it is discov
ered that there are large Fall mining
investments in Mexico.
"I hear our. friend Huggins calls
himself a gentleman farmer now."
"Yes, and lives up to it too. Why,
I'm told he puts evening dress on all
his scarecrows every day at dusk!"