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securities taken from burned
Equitable building, N. Y., was in
jured. Washington school teachers
announce they will teach pupils
how to jump on and off street
If Washington teachers can
teach that to their female pupils,
they deserve Carnegie hero
John Meaney, Washington, D.
C, recently mislaid watch. In
formed police. Description of
watch sent to all pawnbrokers.
When Meaney found watch again
he tried to pawn it and was ar
rested. We are informed that Andy
Carnegie is suffering from a
slight cold, but that .he is able to
It's too durn bad about Andy,
)ut really we're more interested
in the fact that Gustave Meister,
1552 "Wells street, froze to death
right here in Chicago today.
After owing the money for 47
years, Uncle Sam paid James K.
Blain, ciil war veteran, N. Y.,
$5.68 back pay.
District- Attorney Whitman,
X. Y., says he will demand jail
sentences instead of fines if he
convicts officers and members of
X. Y. butter and egg board of
criminal conspiracy in keeping up
Mattie Lomax, nego murder
ess, granted reprieve by President
Taft from Feb. 19 to May 20.
St. John's Military school,
Manilus, X. Y., burned to ground.
Xo students injmed.
50 miners imprisoned in Fair-
mount Coal Co.'s mine, near Dan
ville, 111., released today. None
Five tons of dynamite explod
ed in construction camp near
Fort Francis, Ont. 13 men killed, (
5 injured. Another idiot had
been trying to prevent the dyna
OUR PRECISE ARTIST
"Open all night'." '
A Willing Man.
'"Do ) ou believe you descended
from a gorilla?''
"No," replied the professor,
calmly. But if I were up a tree
and a gorilla came after me, I
should be perfectly willing to do
so." Washington Star.
The less we try, the more we
cry, the less w e have, the more
An "artistic temperament" can
create more tumble fn a moment
than a real good "mad" in a week.
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