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JOHN R. LAWSON SNAPPED AT LUDLOW
The Man Behind Him Is a
Pittsburgh School - children who
planted elm trees in Schenley Parfe
named tliem "Lincoln" and "Wilson"
in honor of the "two greatest peace
makers that have occupied the White
Cleveland. Miss Anne Mandel,
restaurant cook, filed suit in munici
pal court against the proprietor, de
claring he refused to pay her because
she wouldn't kiss him good night.
Cleveland. Two monkeys are
roaming at will In Cleveland todafr.
"Let 'em roam, I've got ten left,"
says Constable Hudson, who at
tached a dozen in a suit against a
Copenhagen. All women, regard
less of thei rstation in life, are now
.entitled to vote in Denmark. Danish
parliament odapted new Danish con
stitution. o o
Don't set hot cooked foods with
strong odors in the refrigerator. Cool
the food before putting it in the box.
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