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Buck strike bureau ordinance and
passage by congress of the measure
to stop interstate shipment of strike
breakers ancf gunmen are, definite
measures that would bring some'
downward pressure on American
murder statistics, which, like 'the
tife Chicago stockyards, are the greatest
in the world, sir, the greatest in the
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Washington. Tennessee guard
ordered to border.
Lima O.-James Smith, colored,
held in secret confinement as result
j of alleged assault on Mrs. Grovec
Knittle, white woman,-in her hdme.
New Orleans. Police of New Or
leans and hundreds of armed citizens
combing the city for Seymour Cla,
negro, who ran, amuck, killing one
' person and wounding four.
I "Fredericksburg, Tex. Jack Miller,
Cleburne, Tex., aviator, dead as re
sult of injuries received when aero
s plane fell 75 feet during flight at the
- county fair.
East Meadow, L. I. After 60 years
of domestic peace John Lubstsky,
100 years old, had wife, "90, snn-
moned into .court on assault charge.
El'Paso. Grand jury indicted H. J.
Spannell for murder of wife and
Lieut. Col. Butler, militiaman, while
they were together here in June.
New York., M. C. Baum, who
claims credit fqr pardon of Chas. W.
Morse, financier, froin Atlanta fed
eral prison by Pres. Taft, suing Morse
for $100,000 for ,1ns services.
W Washington Mrs. Frances Ax
tell, pres. 'Washington State -Congressional
Union, which Is opposing Pres.
Wilson, has resignedtd take stump
Work has been, begun in Egypt for
.draining and reclaiming 1,000,000
acres of land, one of the greatest
Hay feverites, cheer up!
W. F. Vogel, Sioux City, Iowa.ibusi
ness man, offers a plan 'to do away
with that red nose and stuffy head:
Passing a butcher, shop when, the
thermometer registered 90 degrees,
Vogel saw a giant refrigerating plant
in the window, with ice clinging to
the pipes and meat frozen stuff.
Vogel telephoned home for over
coat, muffler, winter cap and gloves.
Donning these, he took a seat in the
refrigerator, the temperature of
which was 16 below.
When he emerged a few hours
later he said his throat had cleared
and his head felt normal.
Tnland people of old .esteemed sa
line Bprings as gifts of the gods.
Chips of- salt were anciently used as
money and the mineral stood, as
many passages in the bible testify.
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