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all were nearly crazy and would get
there If these wasn't somedifferent
arrangement, so the judge ordered
her not to interfere, Gierschke to
take a pledge and make a home for
his wife and children, and the wife
to water the tender plant of reform
with sympathy and love.
Washington. President Wilson
will return to Washington at 4:30 this
Pittsburgh. Twelve men horribly
burned, three of them fatally, when a
25-ton converter filled with molten
"steel tipped at Aliqulppa mill of Jones
& Laughlin Steel Co. at Woodlawn.
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 100 workmen
of U. S. Light and Heating Co. went
on strike demanding increase in pay.
Ridgefield Park, N. J. "Shock
ing" is what women wrote when they
learned of plan of commission to sell
town's stray dogs to vivisectionists.
Plan is off.
New York. The film 'Scorched
Wings" caught fire last night while'
being exhibited to 700 persons in a J
theater at Paterson. Panic. No
TOO MUCH TAfU?
SOCIALIST MAYOR IS READ OUT
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'Lunn is still mayor of Schnectady,
N. Y., but he and the entire Schnec
tady organization has been read out
of the Socialist party by the Socialist
state executive committee. A specific
charge, regarding appointment of a
track inspector, was lodged against
Lunn. He says he was rejected be
cause he refused to appoint Socialists
to some offices.
BITS OF NEWS
At mock national Republican con
vention, Northwestern university,
former Gov. Hadlye, of Missouri,
proved 571 to 420 favorite over Col.
Roosevelt for president
Two bandits fought running gun
battle with police after robbing bar
tender and customers, Dorchester
Inn, 1409 E. 67th, of $11.75. Escaped.
Postmaster John Mackin, Lock
port, asked Warden Zimmer, city jail,
to loan him yeggman to blow open
safe so tampered with by burglars
this morning that it cannot b
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