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be no time lost in swearing out a education. If they cdntinue to. fail
warrant for Jake Loeb. Mr. Shoon.
r whoever might be the individual
or individuals responsible. Unfor
tunately, however, we can only Bug
gest these changes to the "hoard of
to act upon our suggestions and
thereby jeeparclize the life and limb
of, the pupils, it is a matter that will
have to rest upoji their conscience 'f
they have any."
THE LAST KISS, MAYBE
HE. ? AHKn m JHSEHBwVL? v W ?: v
Maybe this was the last kiss this good French wife will ever receive
from her trooper-husband. It just happened that the soldier passed
through his native village with a patrol of French cavalry. His wife has
accompanied him to the edge of the wood, and there embraced him before
he rode away, perhaps never to return. '
EXAMINER WANTS INJUNCTION
The Illinois Publishing & Printing
Co., which is the Examiner, today
filed suit for an Injunction to restrain
Collyer's Eye, a Sunday sporting and
financial magazine from using names
to its signed stories which Hearst's
company says sound like names of
"Since June 24," said Roy Keehn,
attorney for the Examiner, "Coll
yer's has published financial articles
signed "'Boursier.' The Examiner has
for years -had a -financial writer,
"Collyer's is signing sporting arti-
cles Mas. C. Olarkson.' For years the '
Examiner has used the" name of
'James Clarkson' on its sport pages."
BUenbs Ayres. Self-styled ahar
chist attempted to assassinate Pres.
De la Plaza. Shot went wild. Man
Ridgeville, Ind. Four buildings in
business section destroyed by fire be
lieved: to ber incendiary. Lose $20,000.