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SOMEONE MUST TAKETHESE TRIPLETS FROM
THEIR DYING MOTHER
Mrs. Oge Hargroder, With Merrick, Ericlc and Yourick.
New Orleans, La. Merrick, Brick
and Yourick, "bouncing" baby boys
triplets, at that are to be given away,
to families that can provide for them
Their mother, Mrs. Oge Hargroder,,
is critically ill in the Charity hospital
here, and the father is working to
keep the little home together back in
Porte Barre, La., a remote sawmill
Hargroder is industrious, ignorant
London. Grouse on the royal es
tates in the Scottish Highlands are
so plentiful this year that King
George has decided great numbers
shall be shot and distributed to mili
tary and naval hospitals.
London. Miss Philippa Fawcett,
daughter of England's former post
master general, has become a post
woman in a rural part of Suffolk
to relieve a man for war duty.
Zurich Swiss breweries are thriv
ing, due to the prohibiting of the ex
port of beer from Munich and other
big German brewing centers.
' Rome, ;- The -king will .probably
and verv noor. When the three bovs
came along he was having a hard
time to make both ends meet, and
now he s up against it Chances are-
against the mother surviving, also, so
the youngsters must go to kind 'fam
On the left hand of each is a rib
bon, red for Merrick, blue for Ericlc i
and white for Yourick. Thafs the4
only way they can be told apart
decorate an Italian naval surgeon.''
who bound up the stump of a sailor's
severed arm while both were in the'
water after the torpedoing of thet
Lightning struck a telegraph pole
in the upper part of New York, city,
and turned it into a fountain. Tln
vestigation showed that the path, pro-
vided by the tubular pole' was the.
only means of escape for the leaking;
o o .
There are n6 less than 60 persona '
walking across the entire continent
tp the San Francisco exppsitfon, ,