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kneed." Lilla Viles Wyman,
Boston dancing teacher.
W're not particularly interest
ed in the legs or should we say
limbs ?oi Boston society wom
en, but "we note Miss Wyman's
statement for what it is worth.
2,000 Berlin butchers have gone
on strike for increase in wages.
Pepple of, Berlin becoming vege
tarians. "The really poor are far more
extravagant than the really rich.
If you want to know vhat class
of people purchase expensive
cuts of meat, ask thejjutchers."
T-Kathryri Neidhardt' "Myers,
who calls herself a sociologist.
Naughty, naughty; poor!
While the "really rich" are eating
terrapin and drinking champagne
the "really poor' are spending
their money recklessly for good
cuts of beef, instead' of chewing
Doubtless the "really poor" la
bor under t,he delusion that they
need good solid food in order to
keep their bodies fit for the man
uel labor they must do, but you
can see how their reckless extra
vagance is bound to impress the
"really rich'' and the so to speak
A dispatch from Glendive,
Mont, says : "John vSandcrson of
-Ohio has given ud his search m
Montana for the buried treasure
of a bandit gang.
We don't know anything about
John, but we. gather that he has
become sane a'gain. v
Lee Sun, Hop Sing tong Chi
naman, San Jose, Cal., is dead of
trying to shoot down Chow Soon,
of the' Sen Suey Ying tong as
Sen was, being taken to jail.
" Mexican rebels loadediocomo
tive with dynamite. Let it run
wild toward Corralitos. The reb
els, now are in possession of Vor
ralitos. "At the end there was a pause
and an audible sob from the au
Now if that had been an in
audible sob we'd naye been real
worked up over it, but as it was
not, it leaves us cold and un
"If the grip of this gigantic
trust (the Guggenheim one)
could be shaken off Colorado,
mining would be born again." t
Congressman John A. Martin,
getting excited, about the so to
speak Hon. Senator Isaac Gug
INf John thinks he can shake
off the Guggenheim grip on Col
orado outside of using such un
lawful means as jimmies and nit-ro-glycerine,
he's got another
Moving picture men at Hills
ville, Va., took pictures of the new
prosecutor, S. Floyd Landreth,,
talking about his plans for the
trying of-the captured Aliens.
. No moving picture man is fast
enough, however, to take a pic-,
ture of the Aliens being corneredf
by the redoubtable Baldwin de
tectives. In which connection, the fol
lowing is from a Hillsville tele--gram
"They (the Aliens) have
been'seen at a distance, detectives
having been within 30 minutes'
ride of them."