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beat way witlrhiisband from Lbs
Angeles jn .search of, work: " -Judge
Martin A. Knapp, U. S.
court of commerce, says only rem
edy for eyils of present day is
general increase of wages. ' '
Wu Ting Fang has appealed to
U. S. to recognize Chinese repub
lic. Edgar Child, Rock'IsJand, 111.,
hunting ducks on Mississippi
river. Boat capsized. End of Edgar-August
111., got in way of falling tree
while hunting. Tt did.
Chas. H. McCleary, Kokomo,
Ind., started to elope with Pearl
Miller. McCleary's better half on
same train. Sudden end of-eloping
"Uncle Joe Cannon sails to in
spect Panama canal." Who is this
Uncle Joe Cannon person?
.Gov. Aldrich, Nebraska, talked.
on "unwarranted assumption of
authority by minor federal courts
in nullifying state governments."
Gov. Aldrich referred to the
sort of thing that happened.
Tuesday when Judge ' Kohlsaat
restrained the city from enforc
ing gas ordinance.
Federal Judge Landis urges
that Pete Grosscup's place be not
filled, that the judgeship be abol
ished. We always did think there
was something, to that Landis
State Food Inspector Owens,
Terre -Haute, seized 350,000 eggs
shipped by Armour company, be
cause they were, put on -sale-without
placard labelling them as
storage eggs. Says Armour -can
be indicted. Indicting the Ar
mour gang is the easiest thing we
knowr Getting them tried is dif
SEEDS KEPT IN SAFE
Seeds In a Safe
New York, Nov. 16. The old
Scotch firm1 of Peter Henderson
&- Co., of New York, has-been
keeping its stock of seed of a cer
tain variety of-cauliflower known
as the "Early Snowball," in the
safety deposit vault of the "Mer
cantile Safe Deposit Co. for over
20 years. ' '
The seed is worth at-retail $40
a pound, but only the small -fraction
of an ounce o'f them is need
ed by the average gardner.-.
However, itis-not because of