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OFFICIALS APPRECIATE ACT OF
London, June 15'. Harry Pike,
-young mining engineer, -who made a
nocturnal visit on June 7 into Buck
ingham Palace, was Bound under
bond of $100 to keep the peace and
released. The authorities were really
obliged to Pike for' showing them
fcow easy it might have been for a
suffraget to get into the palace, en
abling them to take extra precautions
against the "wild women."
The -latest demonstration of the
militants was a bomb explosion in
St George4s church and a riot of
screams and disorder at the after
noon service at St Paul's.
SAYS HE WAS THROWN
TRAIN HE'S DYING
Arthur Bock, 19, St Louis, who is
dying at a local hospital today, told
detectives that he was thrown from a
C. & E. L train by trainmen near
Dalton, EL, while attempting to beat
his way' to Chicago. His legs were
MAY END KNAB STRIKE
George Knab, owner of the Knab
restaurants, and Walter J. Powers of
the Powers' restaurants will meet of
ficers of the waitresses' and cooks'
unions this afternoon. There is a
chance for an agreement A confer
ence was held Saturday at which
Knab is said to have spoken favorably
of 4. preferential shop agreement
Knab admitted the picketing is
hurting his business.
BALLOON RACERS SAFE
Portland, Ore., June 15. After
wandering in the woods for 24 hours,
Captain John Watts, pilot of the Kan
sas City HI, and Roscoe Fawcett
aide,- who started from Portland in
tie national balloon race Thursday,
arrived at Caucadia yesterday almost
exhausted. The balloon caught on a
pinnacle of a spur on Hurricane Deck
and is wrecked.
"""' LOOSEN UP! "
By Jim Manee.
Newcomers think that Windy Chu '
Is really rather stiff.
Why should our city be that way
It wouldn't need to if
The good 'old timers stopped to think
They act too distantly.
The "welcome friend" stunt listens
well, , 1
Let's be more neighborly. '
P. S. A friend in the neighbor
hood is worth two in the suburbs.
GAMES FOR TODAY
j American League.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Boston at St Louis.
New York at Detroit
Washington at Cleveland.
Chicago at Boston.
Pittsburgh at New York.
St Louis at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
Baltimore at Chicago.
Brooklyn at Kansas City,
Buffalo at St. Louis.
Pittsburgh at Indianapolis.
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Open air and exercise do more to
make good blood and make it show in
the glow of the skin than anything
any person can do. Parents often
go to great expense for clothes, toys
and food for, a child and then turn
around and starve it for fresh air.
There is a great, free ocean of air all
around you. Be sure to help your
self and the little ones to a proper
Cleveland. Series of brutal at
tacks on women here within past 3
Partly cloudy Monday- Tuesday
fair, moderate temperature; light to
moderate nothely winds.