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THE ORT'ONVILLE INDEPENDENT MAGAZINE SECTION III ORTONVILLE, MINN., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1922 NUMBER 2I Result of Labor War in Cleveland Suburb Heights, a suburb 5f Cleveland, O., Is having a labor war, In the course of which several buildings construction have been dynamited. One of the destroyed structures is here shown. Wrecking of British Cruiser on Labrador Coast WOnderful photograph clearly gives an idea of the heavy sea that swept the English cruiser H. M. S. Ra- the vessel went on the rocks off the treacherous Labrador coast recently. With gTeat difficulty all of Safely reached the barren shore. Some of them on life rafts are seen at the left. The pictures were member of the crew. Northcliffe Into Westminster I SALEM'S MODERN WITCHES c,ntainlng the body of Lord Northcllffe, draped with a pall heraldic embroidery, being borne into Westminster Abbey for the I-vlee. Radio in Washington's Jail Salem, Mass., has erected billboards at the entrance to the city that are unique in artistry and practical quali- ties. the "community board" shown above illustrates Salem's two claims to fame---its ancient doorways and its witchcraft history. On the panel of the door is a list of historic places that attract the visitor's attention HERRIN JURY FOREMAN t il of Columbia Jail has the distinction of being the first penal ha the United States to install a complete radio outfit. By It [re- . may be given the more than three hundred prisoners. John Stewart. farmer and former school teacher, who ts foreman of the :rand Jury of Wllllamson county, IIH- nois" which Is investigating the mas- sacre of non-union mine workers at Herrln. The first dental school in the United tates was established in Baltimore ta 1839. Creoles in Pageant of Evangeline's Wanderings The Creoles of New Iberta, La., recently staged a pageant depicting the Journeyings of Evangeline, heroine of Longfellow's poem. The illustration shows a group of the characters at the bayou landing where Evangeline L$  said to have landed, and, at right, Miss Rlta Blanchet. who had the name part. HAPPY YOUNG COUPLE. Congratulations are showering in on Mr. and Mrs. John Harrlman on their marriage, which took place in Port Chester, N. Y., a few weeks ago. The wedding was a secret one. although it took place with the consent of both families. The couple are now living at the home of Howard Chandler Christy, who. has acted as guardian for the bride. John Harriman is the nineteen-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Harrlman of New York, and his bride was Miss Alice A. Laldley of Chicago, the same age as the groom. The couple met at the home of the famous artist, xChere the bride was staying while studying music. NEW GERMAN MONEY On Constitution day in Ge:Taany the first three-mark  pieces of currency were distributed by the mint. Other currency will follow. The design of the coin  by Professor Quackerle of Munich. Dryest State. According to records of the weather bureau, the lowest relative humidity is found in some parts of Arizona, although it is posslbl that certain sections of the deserts In southern California, where there are no record- ing stations, may show lower relative humidities than Arizona. Miss Morgan's Charity in France Two of the young children of Soissons, France. aiding in laying the corner stone for the central milk station erected by Miss Morgan's committee for devastated France. Thousands of youngsters attended the ceremonies and clleered Miss Morgan when she arrived on the scene. "Bill" Burgess Now a British Lord , i William Burgess of Milwaukee recently received the news that he had fallen heir to the titles and estates of his father, known as Lord Roberts. Known to hls intimates in Milwaukee newspaper circles as plain "Bill," Bur- gess has made elaborate plans for entering upon his domains as a British peer. He was engaged In newspaper work for several years, and while in Montreal he freqmently came into contact ,with visiting members of the no- bility. Seventeen years ago Burgess: chanced to meet the then prince of Wales, now King George. It was while the prince of Wales was making a tout' of Canada, and Burgess, together with other newspaper correspondents, occupied a car of the royal train. So when Bill Burgess ls presented at the Court of St. James as Lord Roberts he will not be entirely a stranger to the king. In later years Burgess left the newspaper field and engaged in the artlflclul flower busIness and the photograph shows him at work In his shop. Truth Never Deeply Buried. I The truth we need is only lightly I veiled, nc;t deeply buried by the wise[ hand which Ires designed it for uB.| Carlyle. | Origin of Once Popular Phrase. "Another county heard from." orig- Inated during the Hayes-Tilden com. bat as the result of the slow returus from contested Southern states.