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OUTSIDE NEWSFROM WIRE AND CABLE Where's the sucker that didn't believe in the groundhog? Oh, you've been looking for him, too, have you? You gotta hand it to us. We haven't guessed the names of those -indicted at Indianaoolis. t It's a temptation, but we ain't gonna jet it get away witn us. German kaiser opened the "red" reichstag in person today. None of the Socialists attended. Enterprising newspaper found Dorothy Arnold in Philadelphia today. Later it found out who the lady really was, Negro mob lynched negro at Cedar Crossing, Ga. First news Jfem that has increased our re spect for Jack Johnson's race in a long time. After some consideration, we have decided ,not to give China a new form of government today. Prof. Anatole le Braz, of France, in lecture at Washington, said he thought aviation was sav ing France from race suicide. What aviation has to do with the number of babies in a coun try we don't know. Anatole said it was "because "aviation has be come the soul of the French na- tion." (Justice Truman C. White, who retired from the supreme court . one year ago, died at Buffalo, N. ' Y., early today. Say, if Mexico has to be spank ed, don't you wish somebody would do it quick, and save all this talk. While attorneys were calling each other by their Tight names, J. M. Green, on trial for forgery, slipped out of court room at Springfield, 111., and vamosed. Still vamosed. Mary 'Francis Glass broke world's record for ring high jump at Washington with one of 6 feet 7 inches. D'you think Mary trained with a mouse? Chas McGowan, who was "roped' Tby Wm. J. Burns' detec tives today, denied in detail every charge made-against her by de tectives before Lorimer commit tee, j Whereupon, Senator Kenyon, of the committee, remarked; "Somebody has committed per jury." r Funny the way these United States senators get on to things, isn't it? Kenyon seems to have seen it rightaway. Thomas K. Box, Lynebrook, L. I., stood in telephone post hole for 12 hours to prevent pole be ing erected in front of home. Ar rested. Pneumonia. May die. Might have known he couldn't get away with it. Rock Island train No. 43 held up by bandits near Hulbert,Axk., for second time in two months. Seven robbers. Only got one package of registered mail, James Hurst,-Jr., 23, arraigned at Cleveland for murder of father, said he shot him in defense of mother, sister and selL Notice the way all the news papers that have been knocking LaFollette now are expressing their "deep sympathy" with him jASS ,. .(, Ti jfc,, -A k . - -.