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INDIAN WOMAN WHO PLAYS THE
NEGRO MAMMY" ROLES
As strange as it may seem, this
Indian woman plays negro mammy
parts in the "movies."
It was by chance, one day, when
such a character was needed, that
Minnie played her first "mammy"
role. She did it so cleverly that she
has never had a chance to play much
Minnie lives down by the Pacific in
a little Indian hut. She is one of the
regular members of the big stock
company of players that works out
at the Kay Bee ranch near Santa
Monica, CaL, every sunshiny day.
"Jack" O'Keefe, former prizefight
er, 'divorced by wife. Drew knife.
Threatened her life.
St. Louis, Mo. Earl Hamirton,
pitcher for St. Lcyiis Browns, and five
girls seriously injured, one probably
fatally, when Hamilton's auto crash
ed into partition of Eads bridge.
Joplin, Mo. Four dead in tornado
which swept southwest of here last
night. Five injured, two perhaps fat
ally: Akron, O. Harry Boomer, alleged
confessed slayer of Vinnie Becker,
mission worker, indicted by grand
Boston. Four-masted schooner
Alma E. Holmes rammed and sunk
off Marblehead early today in heavy
fog by steamer Belfast of Eastern.
Madison, Wis. Univ. of Wisconsin
sophomores kidnaped 600 freshmen,
carried them into the country and
divested them of their clothing.
New York. 1,000 Barnard college
girls fled in night attire from dormi
tories when fire threatened to de
stroy gymnasium building.
Copenhagen. Italy now has 1,
400,000 men under arms, making to
tal of 40 army corps, according to
dispatch from Berlin.
LORIMER MAKES STATEMENT
William Lorimer, former U. S. sen
ator, indicted for misapplication of
funds of the LaSalle Bank, was re
leased on bonds of $100,000.
Albert Fink, attorney for Lorimer,
issued the following statement in re
gard to the indictment
"I do not think that anybody who
knows Lorimer or anything of his
private life or public record will be
"The indictment was not wholly
unexpected. But there are always
two sides to every story, and it Is to .
be remembered that only one has 33
yet been exploited.
"I think Lorimer'8 Whole life will
stand as a sufficient refutation of the
charge until such time as he receives
his final indication at the hands' of
the-court and the jury. . -