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SAY SCHOOL TEACHErTwARNED AGAINST
U. S. ENLISTMENT
. Leonora &rhe.6om
Kansas City, Mo., March 2.
Threatened with dismissal from
teaching school here and with trial
in the federal courts on a charge that
unpatriotic writings were found on
her schoolroom blackboard, Miss
Leonora F. Warneson has agreed to
refrain from any anti-militaristic
teachings while in school.
One of the warnings it is said was
found on the blackboard reads:
"Why enlist? You have nothing
.to gain and your life to lose. I refuse
to kill my brother and hide my fists
in the folds of any flag."
One of Miss Warneson's pupils, it
is said, told her father about the
warning and he notified military au
thorities. The navy department at
Washington immediately ordered an
investigation by the bureau of es
pionage. Miss Warneson says her opinions
regarding war are unchanged and
she denies the right of the school
board to dictate to her outside the
Muzzles for cats during night hours
have been proposed by Assemblyman
Walter E. Savage at Meriden, Conn.
Mrs. Anna Muller of the Humane so
ciety protests they will hang them
selves, and besides, she says, they
cry through their noses.
A substitute for milk has been dis
covered in England. It is composed
of peanuts, soya beans, sugar, water
and mineral .salts.