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rounded "by her children, Mrs. Jess
WiDard, -wife of the white hope, re
cently gave this reason for her proph
ecy that her husband will prove the
viqtor. . .
And the giant boxer before leaving
for Havana promised -each of his chil
dren that he would win and sealed
the promise with a kiss.
FACE FROM THE "FATHERLAND"
Gen. D'Elsa, infantry commander
in the German army, now on the fir
ing line with his troops.
BITS OF NEWS
Arthur Washik, 2702 W. 15th,.
stopped by auto bandits near home.
Relieved of $50 diamond pin.
John Alexander, negro, 3018 S.
State, killed by gun in hands of Mrs.
Lottie Overton, 30, negro, at whose
home he lived. Self defense, her
Seymour Stedman,' John C. Kenne
dy, Harriet Thompson, Rep. J. M- Ma
son and Carl D. Thompson will speak
at " Socialist rally at Carl Schurz
high school, Milwaukee and Addison,
! THE AIRSHIP MAN WENT UP IN
THE AIR AND ALL WAS OFF
Brownsville, Tex., April 3. Just
as the city was going to have a re
served 'seat for the great .Villista side
show of dropping regular European
bombs on Carranzista camp, the avi
ator up and quits.
He's H. M. Rbinehart and today
he's heading north toward his own
fireside at Dayton, Ohio. He claimed
'there was difficulty over money mat
ters. And the wheel on the Villista ma
chine is held here while authorities
determine whether it's neutral to fix
up smashed parts of a Mexican aero
plane. But the city's taking heart. Car
ranzistas say they're going io have
a .machine which will da things. And
maybe, too, they'll have a, home
made gunboat a launch armed to
the teeth with machine guns. Then,
saith the Carranzistas, let them Vil
While the American officers wait
for something to start at Matamoras,
across the border, they are spending
their time with neutrality problems,
the latest of which is whether sup
plies can be ferried across the river
to Vfllistas at a secluded spot with
out violating neutrality.
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