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tl iT-i .,
his daughter, born 11 years ago,
to go outside of one room. Girl's
mother died four days after her
birth. Girl taken in charge "by
Geo. Stowe, farmer, McCall,
111., under arrest at Keokuk, la.,
and unidentified man. Stowe
charged with attempt to kill wife
spv couple start on drive, and
(not-led both barrels of shotgun
at them. Woman seriously in
jured. Samuel S. McEvoy and "Miss"
Jane Plimpton, Thompsonville,
Conn., today disclosed for first
time that they were married Feb.
12, 1862, on eve of McEvoy's de
parture to join Union army.
Lived in different house on same
street since end of war.
Will of Washington Hadley,
banker, Whittier, Cal., whose
boast it was that although a
banker for 60 years no one had
ever suffered from his operations,
disposes of property worth $125,
000. y '
John Talyor was arrested to
day at Peoria, III., charged with
murdering a Cairo policeman,
complicity in murder of Cairo
farmer, and attempting to kill his
sweetheart, Mrs. Ethel Davis.
Sheriff Julius Harburger, N.
Y., is backing on that offer to ap
point women deputy sheriffs now
that several have accepted. Jul
ius is going to get himself in trou
ble. Mrs. Kate Perugini, sister of
Alfred Tennyson Dickens, who
died in New York Tuesday night,
has asked that he be buried there.
Police chiefs of country now
have entered competition to see
who can tell most of the reasons
why girls leave home.
Anyhow, that's better than a
new decalogue every day.
Miss Georgia Stebens, Denver,
waited until clock struck 12 New
Year's eve, then proposed to Geo.
W. Markley, Berthoud, Col. Yes
terday Georgia paid Markley's
fare to JSoulder, bought the li
cense, and later tipped the min
ister. John Finger, 2548 S. Fortieth
avenue, is a baker. Now, we know
where those marks on the bread
A LITTLE TARIFF LESSON
The cost of raising wool in Ohio is 19 cents a pound.
Cost in Australia, 4 cents a pound.
Average cost in the whole world, 9x2 cents a pound.
The United States maintains a prohibitive tariff on wool
a tariff that forbids importation and compels the use of the home
What is the result?
Most of us can't wear clothes made of real wool nor sleep under
teal wool blankets.
So we use shoddy all shoddy "but the price. That's genuine