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apoTis, on the Soo line, was
wrecked 3 miles east of Belgrade,
Alexander Sawyer and his wife,
N. Y., poverty-stricken and un
able to get food for their two chil
dren, today offered to sell their 6
weks old baby girl for $100.
Albert Fetting, farmer near
Richmond, Mich., got peeved at
his- wife. Drew $1,000 savings
frombank. Burned the money.
Rev. Father Emidio Orlandi,
Italian Catholic priest of Balti
more, has invented apparatus to
ring alarm and take flashlight
picture of burglar.
King George's proctor rescind
ed divorces granted Harbert
Owen and Arthur Michael when
he found out that they had ex
Fifth 'joint ballot for United
States senator frdm New Mexico,
taken in the legislature today, re
sulted in nothing at all.
U. S. Senator Martine, of New
Jersey, tried to get resolution ex
pressing regret at Dr. Harvey
W.-rWily's resignation through
senate, but that so to speak hon
orable body put the kibosh on it.
George Steckman, St Louis,
must give his wife his entire sal
ary of $15 every week hereafter.
This was order of Judge Kimmel
ivhen he learned tht George had
beaten his wife because she could
not keep house well on $5 a week.
Senate has demanded an ac
counting of the number of autos"
iwned by the government and the
tjse made of them. The result
ought-tp be interesting.. - .
By theway, how about that
-postoffice clerk whom Secretary
of State Philander C. Knox uses
Las a valet? - .
"Traveling too strenuous.
Avoiding breakdown." Countess
of Warwick's wireless explana
tion of breaking her date to-speak
Perhaps also the Countess
feared the Indians roaming about
the Chicago streets. Or perhaps,
again, she-read some of our police
hews, as dished up by Hon. Will
ie JJandolluf, Hearst.
All passenger trains on rail
roads of Great Britain will '.be
suspended by end of this week if
coal strike keeps up.
Our notion of punk job is being-Premier
Asquith and trying
to arbitrate the British coal
strike and hearing what your
friends' and enemies think of you
wheri you' fail.
"I want to give women every
thing they want. If they want
the vote, I want to give it to
them." T. Roosevelt.
Meandering away from the sub
ject of suffrage for a moment,
how about your pocketbook, col
onel ? (
T. Toosevelfs Indiana manag
ers have issued signed statement
that Taft men have attempted to. .
bribe Roosevelt delegates.
Personalities, we are told, will
be voided in ' this campaign,
which is to be conducted in a nice,
brotherly, friendly, gentlemanly
Mississippi river is onahelluva,
tear in Southern Illinois. Wheat .
lands flooded, and danger of