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TV* British prise court it mid to
ImU eeemltisa valued at 110,000,000
tailed from German mails while In
transit. It ia alleged the** establish
credits fag belligerent natlona ,apd
therefore can be legally bald.
British Jam manufacturers have is
sued aa appeal to the public, urging
that Jam container* he saved and re
turned to the factories. It ia estimat
ed the annuel waste from this source
W. C. Bo bin son, a noted aviator and
inventor of aviation appliances, was
killed in a fell near Ewart, la., while
tasting a stabilising device he had
perfected. Robinson bold tha Amer
ican record for continuous flight.
Beatrice Tlech end Amelia Tlechler,
both U year* of age. are under arrest
in New York city charged with forg
ing checks in order to purchase spring
finery. They have entered pleas of
guilty and may bo sent to the House
An agreement ia said to have been
reached between Rumania and Russia
whereby Rumania will adhere t* the
cause of the Allies. Rumania agrees
to allow the transportation of muni
tion* at war manufactured elsewhere
through her border*.
Laois Marriman, a negro who was
bora when George Washington was
prsaldtait of the United States, died
at his home in Kansas City, Kan.
Marriman eras the oldest man on the
United State* pension rolls and was
bora on tha Sopher plantation ia Vir
ginia in 1796.
Manual Knot, who for several
months haa torroriisd Uio woman of
Collect Hill, near Providence, R. L,
waa arrested following an attempt to
assault Irene Bull Wan, 15 yean of
age. Ha wme convicted and admitted
ho had attacked 60 women. He waa
ten tanned to 11 months In Jail.
Shephard I.inecoU, a young aon of
F. W. I.inscott, of Atehieon. Kan.,
slept to soundly that ha failed to
awaken when the home caught fire
and his own bed was burning. When
he waa aroused by an elder brother
his nightgown was on fire, but the
boy had not boon touched by the
Despite severe illness of the bride
groom, John Klein, of Pane, ID., hit
marriage to Hiss Nellie Beyers was
not prevented. Miss Beyer* want to
the county seat, secured a license, pro
'''-cured a minister and -than drove four
mllss to the groom's horns, support
ing him upon her arm while the cere
mony waa said.
lira. Myrtle B. Zcman has filed auit I
at Dss Moinea, Is., for divorce from
Joseph Zcman, a wealthy farmer, on
a charge of cruelty. ,Mr«. Zcman is
odo of a family of sis, all of whom
have been divorced. Her mother has
been divorced throe times, her two
brothers once each, her sister once
and her stepfather once.
When Howard Titus was 16 year*
aid Ida father, Lincoln C. Titus, of Co
lumbus, O., promised, according to the
son, to give him 6660 on his twenty
first birthday anniversary if he would
abstain from the nee of tobacco umtD
. that time. The son becamo of sgs
last December and has filed suit to
recover the 6600 which he allege* Ms
father1 has failed to pay.
A Supreme court jury oltting >“
Now York city decided Umt 112.600
Via proper restitution for the theft of
the lore of Patrick C Carey, janitor
in a New York apartment. The ver
dict was granted in favor of his wife,
Mm. Elisabeth Carey, mother of 1*
children, and against Mra.- Minerva B.
Toler, wealthy real estate owner,
dutrgad with eHanating Carey's sffee~
Unrequited love recently led to the
suicide of Terkips AUunmo, of In
dianapolis, Ind., a l# .year-old chem
ist. After hie death by gat a letter
was found In hio loom, saying' "My
Anna, I am dying. I knew yon
oonktet understand im, angal. I
• don’t blame you lor that." Another
statement, evidently written tost be
fore the youth t-psame uDconacloui,
M|ne Winnie P. Culbertson. 1 i yean
oKf. tfeeeme the bride of Luther B.
Davis, aged 16, at Yoder, Col., a few
days ago. The bridegroom’s rather,
Harvey R. Davis, la the husband of
the bride's mother, Mm. Elite Davie,
the bride and groom being stepsister
and stepmother. The cider Davis
sold Me three children who ora mar
ried worn oil aader age when the
rerwanwiee were pa rfarmed
• A profit of St per eeat woe mode an
•aka of the oo operative atom of dm
Mntnal Wolf are league at Mag Bing
prison, M. T, daring the last year.
Bake made to men and to callers
mmitil to tUMi. A total of
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UNITED STATES CAVMHT ON THE MEXICAN BORDER-*
MAN WHO CHASED*VILLA*'
Mu KnuU Tonpklae mt the TUr
Heath Halted sum. Vavaky, la tka
■aa arka bad tka «iat brink altk TUia
at tka raid aa Colas baa. Nea n«.
aad who wltb a small torsa of cavalry
■aa foQoaed tka Mctfaaa baadtta
aorow tka border. kOUag aver 1M
Maikaaa Major Tompkins *aa eta
Oaaod with the border patrol at Oa
tarn baa at tka ttm* of the raid
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