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Hungary, because of apparent failure
of his Balkan policy.
New York. Five injured when
"rubber neck wagon" seein' "N'Yawk
by night" collided with subway kiosk.
Newport, Va. ATI navies of world
invited to pass through Panama
canal in January, 1915 to the Panama-Pacific
Exposition, at San Fran-t
Milwaukee, Wis. Four ;men nar
rowly escaped "drowning when scow
Reliance sprang leak and turned tur
tle. New York. Lieut. George Puflea,
31st Hungarian Infantry, studying
aviation, fell 100 feet. Unhurt.
Hempstead, L. I. Mrs. Mary
Simms, wealthy New York widow,
unhurt when monoplane turned tur
tle 200 feet in air. Strapped to seat.
Omaha, Neb. Fire Captain John
Engle, Engine Company 1, is in St.
Joseph's Hospital' with fractured
skull sustained at fire on Howard st.
Columbus, O. Convicts tamed by
music. Not a single infraction of
rules since penitentiary brchestra be
gan playing at meal times, according
to Warden Thomas.
Pittsburgh. One man killed, sev
eral shocked, two schoolhouses
struck, grass set afire during thun
derstorm marked by snowfall for ten
St. Louis. Seven persons hurt
when street car struck auto. Boy
had four ribs fractured by being run
over by auto afterward hit by car.
Pekin, III. Whisky worth $100,000
destroyed when warehouse of Globe
Distillery burned down. Damage
Alaska is bigger than all the U. S.
east of the Allegheny mountains, in
cluding the mountain states, and its
untilled farming territory exceeds
New England and New York. '
Tis a crool, crool world! Bandits
have their eyes on Hearst's ranch in
Mexico, and Uncle Sam refuses to de
clare war. -
Being desirous of dispatching a
telegraphic message with- all possible
celerity, old- chap, I summoned a
courier lad from the telegraph com
pany and impressed him with the
vital need of f'haste, you know. And
the little shaver rfeass'ured me as fol
"Sure., I'm the., guy that put the
speed in SDeedbnieier and' the whiz
in ninety miles .'an hour., I'm so fast
I can't keep up.virith my shoes unless
I nail my hoofs to my trotting gear.
When I start'gnndihg'ddwn the main
stem alT the inotbrbikes feel like
snails en (cassrole. Gimme your
chunk o wlrchatter and see if I
don't beat ;it to" 'the Morse buzz bug.
Fire the cannon, yell -'Go!' and watch
me vamp, 'boh, .watch me vamp!"