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round-faced, rosy and the picture
of health. She speaks English
with a sweetness of expression,
and a grammatical thoroughness
that are most winsome.
1 A firm believer in woman suf
frage, Miss Lee is going to China
soon to ' teach it, along with En
glish and literature, in a govern
ment school, probably in, Canton,
the birthplace of her father, Lee
N. Y. CONFERENCE OUT
COME WILL TELL TALE
Philadelphia, April .9. Lead
ers of the miners in the anthracite
regions met here today for a pre
liminary conference, preceding
their meeting with the operators'
committee of ten in New York to-""-
Upon the outcome of the con
ference in New York depends
whether or not the present sus
pension of work in the hard coal
fields will develop into a full
fledged strike, or will be settled
by a compromise similar to that
which averted a walk-out in tlie
. President White of the United
'Mine Workers will arrive here
this afternoon to take par in the
. El Heraldo, Mexico city news
paper, has strong reasons for
ignoring Pres. Madero's permis
sion to resume publication. Edi
tors in jail, business managers
just ahead of the "bloodhounds
and the printers' devil has had
time to take a bath. All in, as it
SOME SPITBALLER "
Photographed at Majectic Hotel
Field, Hot "Springs, Ark.
O'Brien is the wonderful spit
ball pitcher of the Boston Red
Sox. He joined the team last fall
after a great season with Denver,
and on- one trip around the big
wheel earned the praise, of play
ers and critics. He has been call
ed the greatest spitball pitcher in
America, by some enthusiasts.
j o o !
A Troubled Girl.
"You lookannoyedWhat's the
"Bertha told me a secret the
other day and I can't tell yo'u
what it is."
"Why not?" ,
JTve forgotten-it" Pele-Mele
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