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PRINCELING SMILES IN FACE
vjwjv r y.
Wax hasn't chased the mischiev
ous smile from the face of Humbert,
the little crown prince of Italy this,
his latest picture, shows him in the
uniform of an Italian naval officer.
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London. Robert Rosenthal, sen
tenced to death as spy, executed. Had
Peekskill, N. Y. Four valuable
hounds dead and four men in hos
pital, result of encounter with swarm
New York. Lum Lin, Chinaman,
married Lum Sum. After honeymoon
Lum Lin discovered his bride was
Japanese instead of one his country
women and immediately applied for
Meadville, Pa. Motorboat driven
by Meadville men "caught" biggest
muscallonge brought from Conneaut
lake in seven years; Weight, 42 lbs.
The boat's prow broke its jaw and
it was captured alive.
Kokomo, Ind. Friends who heard
explosion and found Henry Aemel
covered with gore thought he had
been murdered. Catsup bottle had
exploded. Flying glass cut artery.
Aerne will recover.
SOUTH WALES COAL TROUBLE
GROWS MORE SERIOUS
Cardiff, July 16. The South Wales
coal strike grew more serious today.
With exception of about 500 men
comprising half the staff of the Al
bion colliery, all miners who quit
work yesterday in defiance of gov
ernment's threats of punishment
Executive council of miners' feder
ation met today to discuss govern
ment's proposal for a truce. Leaders
refused to forecast what would hap
pen if government attempted to col
lect fines under munitions' act
Railway lines all over Wales suf
fered seriously today from lack of
coal. Seaport towns were hardest hit
and began to bid early for surplus
stocks. It was considered probable
that if strike continues admiralty
will requisition these stocks for use
of the British navy.
Executive council of miners, fol
lowing today's meeting here, wiU
leave for London to meet Walter Run
ciman, president of government board
of trade, to attempt to arrange truce,
TOOK NO CHANCES
Old Waiter So, sir, you went after
the job? I thought" you believed that
the office should seek the man?
Old Patron I do, but this is a fat
job and I thought it might get winded
before it reached me!
EASY TO DO
Sportsman Is the hunting good
Guide Yep. Better than the find-"
ing. Columbia Jester. t '
Rastus Did yo evah heah ob tak-
in' silver fer de whisky habit?
Rufus Yasah. Ah did. Ole man
Johnson swipes his wife's spoons' t