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MERELY COMMENT ,
Lincoln Beachey "came back" to
aviation to kill a young girl specta
tor, first thing. Beachey might issue
another bulletin announcing another
Cheer up! The country hasn't gone
entirely to the bow-wows yet. Last
frear 1,444,911 .Bibles were sold by
he American Bible Society of New
Whew! ,What'sgoin' to happen? A
California railroad has been fined
$3,100 for working 26 men overtime.
Bring that California judge out
here to Chicago and sick 'em on some
of the department stores.
N. Y. Board of Education has dis
missed a teacher for having a iaby.
Probably think she'd be too partial
toward her own son Or maybe it's
It sort of seems that a mother
should be better able to get along,
with a lot of school kids. She's had
A clinic subject who got mad and
cleaned out that North Central Mis
souri Conventions of Dentists, must
have had a sore .tooth.
But, what joy, to be able to- lick a
whole convention of dentists while
your tooth is jumping! That fellow's
"tooth probably gave him the nerve
to do it.
Price of radium has jumped to
$115,000 a dram or $52,000,000 a
pound. If they don't quit raising that
dern stuff we'll have to go, without it
Oh, hum! Reminds us of beef!.
Inmates of the Ohio Wesleyan
Home appeared in slit skirts and were
notified to sew up the slits.
Ha! A pointer for the police force.
Arm the traffic squad with needles
The other day a young girl in the
Middle West refused to say the word
"oljey" in a marriage ceremony.
We have heard of a number of girls
that shrank from repeating that
-word, but seldom has the groom done
what the one in mind did.
He just called the whole business
off, tore up the marriage license and,
a few days later, married a girl who
did not hesitate at the word. ,
That's a terrible object lesson for
It's to be a right busy, exciting
winter. After the Sulzer case is set-'
tied and the Mexican elections are
over, then will come the international
THE MEXICAN SITUATION !
Washington, Oct. 14. Officials
have abandoned hope of a constitu
tional government in Mexico on
which to base recognition by the U."
S. It is believed that Huerta will de
clares himself dictator' at any mo
ment, and as he is now virtual dicta
tor, the coming elections would be
only a farce.
Germany's course in ordering a
warship to Mexican waters and, ru
mors that England would, withdraw
recognitionadded to the administra
tion's faith in its own policy. Amer-i
ican warships will be switched Oct
29th in keeping with the time limit
set by President Huerta, but' four
others are ready-to replace them.
YEGGMEN BLOW SAFfE
A thrilling dimie novel postofflce
safeblowMg was staged in Chicago
Yeggmen blasted the safe of the
sub-postal" station at Irving Park
blvd., Lincoln avenue and Robey
street, and jnade their escape after
taking $700 in cash and stamps.
Although the explosion blew out
a large portion of the wall, none of
the residents of the neighborhood
heard a sound. The cracksmen were
evidently frightened at something as
in their hurry to get away they over
looked a large amount of stamps and
money and left their tools lying on
Australia's new nickel coins will
have scalloped edges to prevent them
being mistaken for silver, money. .,
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