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Simons finishes by saying some of
the German language newspapers
"stood fair and square against the
storms of nationalism" and promises
that he is ready to work with any
body who wants to make the Social
ist party American rather than Euro
FIRST DOG IN U. S. TO WEAR "SPECS"
"Fannie," a Moultrie, Ca dog is the only dog in the country wearing;
spectacles!' Fannie's owner noticed -she fell into ditches and walked into
fences and trees. Her head was bruised many times. An optician found
the dog suffering astigmatism and fitted her with "specs." '
Lima, O. Nine members of the
family of E. A. Wilson, chloroformed
by burlars; all will recover.
Washington. Hearing of black
mail charges against Dr. Armgaard
Carl Graves, ::mastef spy," post
poned to March 10.
New York. American members of.
crew of steamship John Lambert,
reaching New York aboard French
Jiner Espagne, brought word that the
John Lambert was shelled and sunk
without warning by German subma
rine. Wasihngton. Reports from Man
zanillo, Mex., that German Consul
Vogel had been kidnapped and is be
ing held for ransom.
New York. Americans who ar
rived from Archangel, Russia, say U
boats have sunk 42 ships off Archan
gel in seven weeks.