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r . 7 ""V "J'fOf,- 7 "WW people will stand for, it. Of course that portion of the Chicago pub lic who own and use private con veyances are not kicking but that should not silence the people who have got a ligitimate kick com ing. When the people use the power they possess as a people, even the -a arrogant -traction Interest? of Chicago and all their public serv ants will get o'ff their high horse and do what they could have done long ago give the people of Chi cago transportation facilities worthy of the second city in the United States of America. I i THE WORLDS NEWS IN BRIEF Reports from coal mining dis tricts, GreaJ; Britain, indicate that greatest strike of history mayvbe gin March 1. Unless minimum wage scale is granted by operat ors, 1,000,000 men will quit work. Funeral of Alfred Tennyson Dickens, son of Charles Dickens, the novelist, was held at Old Trinity church, New York, short ly after noon today. Pierp". Morgan got mixed up in railroad, accident near Cher bourg, France, today. But wasn't hurt. ' Standing room was at premium when Federal Court, Browns ville, Tex., opened today for sec ond day of hearing of alleged vio lation of neutrality laws by Gen eral Bernardo Reyes and his as sistants. P. S. Reyes himself is honor ing the inside of a jail at Mexico City, and isn't much interested in. the Brownsville trial. William J. Bryan's name has been put on Nebraska primary by supporter, without W. J. B.'s con sent yesterday, Seeing that Roosevelt enthusi ast has put B'wano Tumbo's name-on Nebraska primaty also, that ought to make things inter esting there. 1,200 men of Fifteenth Infan try being held ready for instant despatch to China at Manila. Two rooms in-federal building, Indianapolis, have been prepared for Ortie McManigal, the inform er. Two guards have been as signed to watch hjm constantly, and he will not he allowed to leave federal building while in In dianapolis. Wm. Kulpf and Michael Smith, Mount Clemens, Mich., are suf fering from frozen feet and ears today, after having been adrift on, ice floe on Lake St. Clair for four hours. Large reward offeied at Berlin today for thief who broke into safe on protected cruiser Stettin, in Kiel harbor, and stole secret naval documents, "Death Crossing," in La Crosse, Wis., where city street car lines cross C. M. & St. P. tracks, went out of existence to day by order of Wisconsin State Railroad Commission. . o o I The most fortunate man'in the world is the man who can always look upon things as thotfgh he had never seen them before.