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GYPSIES PICK- AMERICAN WAY OF GETTING MARRIED A pretty little drama of gypsy loye was staged in Judge Levy's court room at Summitt, 111., today. "Princess" Mary Mitchell, 18 years old, the belle of a gypsycamp at Summitt, appeared in court on the arm of George Bimbo, 23, 1131 S. 12th street They wanted to be married "Amer--ican fashion" they explained to the judge. They they told how Bimbo had bought her from her father for $1,500 and they were married ac cording to the gypsy rites. Then along came Peter Guy. He was known to all the gypsy tribe as wealthy. He looked up'bn the pretty ntue gypsy oeue ana vowea sne would be his. He outbid the younger and humbler Bimbo and, the father weakened and agreed td capcel Bim bo's bid and accept the offer made by Guy. But the young couple loved each other dearly. They ran away and de cidede to make their marriage com ply with the American law. "And do you love this man," aaked Judge Levy, indicating Bimbo. For answer the girl stole softly to, the side of her young husband. Bimbo bent forward and kissed her. And bo they were married. o o DENVER MAY OPERATE ITS OWN COAL MINE Denver, Nov. 6, Denver may have a municipal coal mine to be'operated for the benefit of the city and to serve as a bulwark between the pub lic and famine prices 'such as the present strike in Southern Colorado has created. - Acting upon instructions giv.en by ihe city council the public utilities commission today began an Investi gation of the desirability and prac ticability of such a mine. The au thorizing resolution charges that the coal operators have advanced prices arbitrarily, leaving the city "at the mercy of a grasping combination' ; BITS OE NEWS Arbitration board heard demands of 0.3: &4J? employes-today. Matthew -Maxwell, Evanston fire manprbbably fatally injured by auto G. J.Phfflips, contractor. Unltetdfpblice will'., pay old debt. Gov.4 Johnsort, Cal.,1ntown on way to California TO ATTEND A. F. OF L. MEET Mrs. Raymdnd Robins, president of the National"W6Tnan's -Trade Union League, will leave for Seattle tonight to attend the convention of the American 'Federation of Labor. She will be'tne'prily woman delegate a the convention of the National Trade Union chiefs. tt Qn-o ; - She Put Something Away for a . Rain Day. WEATHER-FORECAST , Partly qloudy tonight and Friday with slightly higher temperature to night; lowest tonight about 44 de grees; moderate southwesterly winds. Temperature Wednesday Hrghest, 55; lowest, 6 . .