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SEPTEMBER MORN SHOULD NOT
WEAR A RING ANYWAY! Here's the story of how September Morn got in wrong through spoiling Nature's-wardrobehy donning a ring. For be it understood tfiat September Morn should never wear even so much as a smile. September Morn's other name in this case is Minnie Enneser. She is one of the Belles of the Baldhead Row that stand in the water a la Sep Morn in the show of that name at the LaSalle Opera House. The ring was a diamond one valued at $50.-.;it was given to her by Avon S. Barrows, 2222 Sedgwick St., who is also possessed of a, wife and two children. Possibly because he is sympathetic he didn't like the idea of poor little September Morn standing out there in the water without anything on, so he proceeded to dress her up in the ring. Then little Morn and he fell out. He demanded the ring. She smiled ever so sweetly and began to hum "Experience." She was arrested last night and re leased on $600 bonds. oo "PERCY, THE IMPERSONATOR" S SUB VK81 n ITS E47INC1 HI3 BR-CflKFAST, Y ( KISSING HIS WIFE GOOD BYE ) , ano Runninc for y ' - Hta car ' T -"DE CLAIMS THAT MILITIA CAPTAIN SAID "I AM CHRIST" Trinidad, Col., Feb. 21. "I am Christ and the rest of the men on horseback are, too, and you want to obey us:" That is what Captain Linderfell of " the Colorado state militia said to him on Dec. 31, Bryan Orf of Ludlow, a striker, testified today before the con gressional strike probe committee. The testimony was given during a statement by Orf of alleged molesta tion of strikers by the militiamen. The officer made the remark, he al leged, when strikers protested' against molestation. Captain Edward A. Smith of Den ver was called to the stand to deny testimony given yesterday by Gus tave Yeshinsky, a boy of 11, that two soldiers had abused him and robbed his home of $200 in cash. Smith said he had investigated the charges for General Chase and found that Cap tain -H. E.- Insley and Sergeant H. A. Arnold had visited the Yeshinski home, but he denied that either had been drunk, as alleged by the boy, or had taken any money. The miners' attorneys cross-examined Smith re garding alleged drinking by militia men, eliciting the remark: "There are no more" militiamen drunk down here than there are students drunk at Colorado University." The witness said soldiers caught stealing had been punished severely. GOVERNOR'S SECRETARY TO "CLEAN UP" TOWN Salem, Ore., Feb. 21. Because she was successful in her visit to Copper field two month's' ago, Gov. West has decided to send his secretary, Miss Fern Hobbs, to Cove, a small town in the Eastern part of Oregon, to close the saloons and "clean it up." The governor received a letter from a woman in Cove! whose hus band has been ruined by drink, say ing that saloons there were running despite the fact that the town voted "dry" the last election.