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United Mine x Workers met at
Terre Haute tovtake up wage
agreement in accordance with re-
e cent national compromise wage
Is Hearst fiixing to furnish an-
other war with Japan this time
in order ti keep his artists' and
sob writers busy?
Colorado delegation to Balti-
more Democratic convention wjll
be instructed for Clark. Dele
gates "at large will be herded by
Boss Mayor Speer, of Denver,
owner of themost efficient J(and.
crooked)political machines in the"
Madeline Force AstoO the
young widow of John Jacob As-
tor, signed away her J dower
rights at the time of marriage,
"and will receive onlv S200.000 of
the Astor millions, under the'
Turkish garrison of Astropolia
has surrendered to Jtaly. Grant
ed full military honors.
"If a woman be childless, it is
her duty to get a ward'--Mrs.
James Metcalfe, N. Y. society
a When it comes to sassiety lead-
ersr it ought to read this way If
o aroman be childless she should
i- give up her dbgS, and not keep"
g on oemg cnnaiess.
rf. Great Britain has begun gatb
a ering of earial fleet with 25 aero
b planes. f
JT O O
b Assoon as the fish .catch the
r odor of rum th.ey know that the
ti fishing season has commenced"
i , A man is not necessarily hot
stuff because hfe orders-iced tea.
. Robert Puffer Downer's Grove J
Mrs. Robert Puffer, and Mrs C.
M. Streibe, Hotel Metropole, Chi
cago, were killed today when an
Illinois Central train crashed in
to an aut! carrying five people at
H, E. Puffer, father of the man
wha was killed) and W. V. Lo
gan, a salesman, were thrown
from the machine and injured.
i jK.ta fill w i
Son: I always wear a blue tie?
to match my eyes. '
Dad; Buy a softjiat, too.
Witt Irwin, in the American,
saysr that between 20 and 35 v'fall
a man does with his extra money, "j.
ic iY choll nut fnv nlaAAtner "nwe. jSS
ents, and after 35 for floral of
ferings.' Now, what in fhundef
is extra money, wuir
Tn WftcVmrcr il 9 AmSfnrrr Tirttc
often rooms on a 16-foot lot. "-