The Press: Dispatch of the Week

From Budapest to the New York Times last week flashed the following dispatch concerning a Miss Myrtle Hague Robinson, U. S. journalist touring Rumania:

". . . She was traveling alone in a first-class compartment when the conductor said he wanted the compartment himself. When the newspaper woman ordered out the conductor he declared her ticket invalid, demanded payment and tried to seize her baggage. The young American woman defended her property with her fists and landed a straight left that knocked out the conductor. While he lay unconscious on the floor...

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