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her,' was my parting shot, 'for de
stroying a child's trust is worse than
killing its body, for then you con
demn her to death in life.'
"Then, Margie, I hurried out to
tell Alma all about it and ask her
what I should do, for I had impulsive
ly decided to try something else be
sides the stage."
(To Be Continued. -
THREE MILLION $ EXPRESS
Charged with the theft from the
Wells-Fargo Express Co. of $1,000,
000 worth of package shipments in
Chicago and of $2,000,000 worth ad
ditional in other cities, six men and
a woman are being held by the Chi
Those in custody are: Alex Poff;
Anna Poff, his wife; Jas. McHugh,
Edw. Hayes, Elmer Larson and Alex
Seriousness of the losses became
known when United Stales secret
service agents were enlisted by the
express company to assist in uncov
ering the "leak."
All the men arrested are switch
men for the St. Paul railroad. They
are said to have had duplicate keys
to express cars in their possession.
According to special agents work
ing under L. J. Eldridge of the ex
press company's defective force, a
number 8f arrests of others alleged
members of the "trust" will be made.
Washington. Dailies printed in
German would be barred from mails
by resolution of Sen. Poindexter.
PICTORIALLY IN WARTIME-
IS ALL QUIET ALONG POTOMAC TONIGHT?
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The historic Patomac river naa aiways played a big part in our wars.
This picture shows a guard tent along the Potomac with soldiers guarding
the railroad bridge seen in the background.