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TELLS OF SUFTERING AT HAND&
Pekin, Nov. 29. Rev. H. S. Fauske,
Norwegian missionary attached to,
Lutheran Brethren church, tells
story of terrible suffering of mis
sionaries at hands of Chinese ban
dits. He declares he and Rev. Geo.
Helm, an American missionary, re
mained hidden under a pile of wheat
straw in a house occupied by the
bandits for three days without food
or water while men who were search
ing for them prodded the straw pile
with bayonets. , -
Denver, Col., Nov. 29. It is prob
able that the operators and miners
will reject the joint proposal of Sec
retary of Labor "Wilson and. Gov.
Dunn Amnions that they submit their
differences to a board chosen by
themselves. The operators object to
arbitrating the question of higher
wages, and the muiers'object because
the proposal does not provide for
Trinidad, Col. The military com
mission appointed by Gen." Chase of
the state militia' "will supersede the
civil courts in trying the cases grow
ing out of the Southern Colorado
coal strike. First case tried will
probably be that of six miners held
at Walsenburg on charge of ambush
ing and murdering four mine guards
at Laveta recently.
MYSTERY IN BIG ROBBERY
Chicago's most mysterious" safe
blowing within recent years occurred
in the office of the Illinois Steel Com
pany, Continental & Commercial
Bank building, when $8,180 worth of
jewelry, the property of T. J. Hyman,
secretary of the company, was stolen.
No atthempt was made to touch
anything else in the place and the
police are certain the safe was blown
by someone intimate with Mr. Hy-
man's affairs. The robbery ds bellev-1
ed to have taken place on Thanks-'
giving Day, when all the offices m
the building were closed.
The difference between a big town
and a little town is that the big town,
tries to stay as far away from the
depot as it can.
It's wrong to speak of monkeying
with a buzz-saw. You never hear of
a monkey going nearme.
The best way that two heads work
hetter than one is when one fellow
has an idea but lacks the working
out ability and the other fellow hasn't
an idea but is full of the working .
There are a lot of cut-ups who
lose home, friends, reputation, every
thing but their sense of humor.
The only trouble with a self-made
man is that he hates to lay down his
hammer and admire somebody else's
work for a change.
There are a lot of people who get
cracked lips laughing at a stranger
who slips on a banana peel and lands
on the sidewalk. And usually the
stranger gives them the cracked lip.
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A HOT ONE!
"The young men of today seem so
"H'm, yes. You do seem to have
a difficulty in catching one.1'
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