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"JL tell you, I hated to do it, she
was such good woman," he added
with a groan.
I could not help smiling, little hook,
but .just the same r sometimes woh
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SAYS TEXaFrAIDWAS PLANNED
IN UNITED STATES -Washington,
May 10. The raid on
v Glenn Springs Texas, which resulted
in the death of three troopers and
jvone civilian, was organked inf the
'United States, Mexican Ambassador
. Arredorido charged in a conference
with . Sec'y Lansing.
The Carranaa representative
named I. VillereaK formerly a Villista
geeriral, as the principal agitator re
sponsible for border raids and plots.
MUNITION WORKERS LOSE 8
HOUR FIGHT IN PITTSBURGH
Pittsburgh, May 10. The 8-hour
day movement of 100,000 munitions
workers in the Pittsburgh industrial
district appeared oday to have been
completely crushed. At noon all
plants affected had resumed opera- '
The 4,000 workers out returned
hi droves to all plant? except that of
the Pressed Steel Car Co.- x '
DE SPRlH67tME FILLS
ME HEART Ulft .inU.
aroiuta ADORN MY
I THIM HOW I WAS
OtiLT A ROY.
CUTE PiS EVER.
DE 6ALS AXl FELL
IN LUV M.
WN I SWELLED HT
FROM ALL DESE DAMES
I NOW IS FREE