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SOCIETY GIRL FORSAKESUDtR AWING "ROOM TO
PLAY TRAGIC'ROLES-IN THE MOVIES
Fade out, "Society life"; cut in,
Miss Nan Carter is doing. In private I
prominent in society but now she has
matic roles in filmland.
"SCeks Movie career." That's what
ife she is Miss Nan B. Sigourney and
forsaken the drawing room for dra-.
SHOOTS MINISTER WHO "MADE
REMARKS" ABOUT HER-
Sherman, Tex., Feb. 8. JEtev. H. M.
Cagle, prominent Baptist minister,
was dying early today and Mrs. Annie
Faust, wife of farmer, faced charge
of first degree murder. She shot him,
she said, because he "made remarks"
Shooting occurred on public square
late yesterday. Charles Parsons, ele
vator boyin Planters' Bank building,
was struck in arm by one of stray
Where folly is bliss, to seem ig
norant is often wise.
CHILDi LABOR OPPONENTS WIN
FIRST POINT IN CONGRESS
Washington, Feb. 8. Child labor'
legislation advocates won a victory -in
the senate when Keating-Owen
bill was referred to interstate com-7
merce conimitteeinstead of commit
tee on education and labor, believed
to be unfriendly. Vice President Mar
shall made ruling.
o o i
A ranchman in the Santa Clara f
valley, Cal., who wished to trim an,
eucalyptus'tree on Jus. place, shot the
branches off with a rifle. It is 120
ieet'to'lieJowest'braflch of the tree
.140 feetto'the'top. "