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THEY WANT THEIR BEER
Cambridge, Mass., March 6, That
President Lowell of Harvard sat at
a sophomore banquet with a bottle of
beer and an old pipe as happy as a
lark was one of the arguments ad
vanced in keeping beer on banquet
Springfield, III. Explosion of gas
pocket in mine of Spring Creek Coal
Co. started fire; no lives lost; none'
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HE WAS A SHE r T
Knoxville, N. Y., March 6. An
"18-year-old boy" was supposed to1'
be the nephew of Dr. Charles M.!
Drake. When "he" died it turned out'
to be his wife. She had always worn