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er of "afimity""'Earle, after spending
year in Butte.
Sacramento, Cal. Encouraged by
attitude of -women voters in election
at Venice, clergyman started circu
lation of petitions to put-stop to box
ing conests throughout entire state.
New Haven, Conn. Ex-Pres. Taft
holds securities valued at $150,000
subject to state tax, according to list
registered here. They are exempt
from federal income tax registration.
Hammond, Ind. Fight started
when pea rolled off Jim Stevens'
knife and rolled into Geo. Pargins'
coffee. Each fined one cent.
Camden, N. J. Mrs. Mary Jamie
son and Mrs. Margaret Dawson, sis
ters, met for first time in 38 years
yesterday, though living only 20
London. A British peer has asked
to be allowed to go to South Pole
with expedition that will finish Cap
tain Scott's work.
Sydney, N. S. W. The legislature
passed bill providing $2,500 fine for
any employer dismissing or threaten
ing to dismiss an employe for getting
Washington. Bichloride of mer
cury claimed another victim when J.
W. Sampson, who took drug because
he believed wife unfaithful, died.
New York. Dr. G. L. Dolbert told
magistrate he got drunk as "scien
tific study." Discharged.
Washington. Petition signed by
10,000 negroes opposing segregation
in governmental departments pre
sented to Pres. Wilson. President de
nied there is any anti-negro feeling
among members of cabinet.
Calcutta. Nine conspirators pun
ished by being literally blown from
mouths of cannon for plot to assas
sinate Ameer of Afghanistan.
Boston. J. J. Clover, Kansas City,
says aigrette exclusion law is "d
good thing." Wife peeved when
handsome cluster of feathers on her
hat were confiscated.
Chariestown, W. Va. Charged
-with "usihg courthouse corridors for
marrying hundreds of couples in last
two years, H. J. Hill and M. Hi Lacy,
"marrying parsons," were enjoined
by ministerial association.
Bicknell, Ind. Socialists elected
mayor, treasurer, clerk and three out
.of four councilmen.
Columbus, O. Graham Urben, 872
Elmwood av., Chicago, arrested,
charged with abducting Lola Ler
brick, 16, Pittsburgh.
Oakland, Cal. Lulu Glaser, act
ress, very ill. Peritonitis.
Rochester, Minn. Samuel Stick
ney, assistant to president Erie Rail
road, said to be suffering from seri
Georgetown, Ky. Prof. Arthur
Yeager, ex-president Georgetown
College, took oath of office as gover
nor of Porto Rico.
Washington. "I congratulate you
with all my heart," message sent
John Purroy Mitchell, mayor-elect of
New York, by President Wilson.
Washington. "Hesitation waltz"
with male students barred will be
taught in local high school at noon
recesses between tango, turkey trot
and fish walk.
Pittsburgh. Twelve and three
quarters billion is total of world's
cash, and U. S. has almost third of it,
according to Congressman Burke.
Bradfordton, III. Posses search
ing for yeggs who blew safe in post
office and general store of Charles
WELL, NOT TOO MUCH SO
Life is money to the miser,
To the loafer life is rest,
To the preacher life's a sermon,
To the joker it's a jest. i
Life's a battle to the soldier,
To the teacher it's a school,
To the grafter it's a good thing,
'It's a failure to the fool.
Life's an everlasting effort
To shun duty, by the shirk,
But it's just one long vacation
For the man who loves hfs work.
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