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U. S. Senator Works, Cal., to
introduce bill for inspection and
regulation of coal mines. -
Works' bill probably will be
fought by coal lobby at Washing
ton. Still, there are men in Con
gress elected by mining commun
ities. So there is hope.
Claude Grahame-White says
everyone will fly in 20 years.
Make it such as have not been
killed trying to fly, Claude.
"You ask if money was used
in my election? Gentlemen, let
me tell you the story of how when
Lwas a little boy of ten, I worked
as a bootblack to support my wi
dowed mother, (snff, snff !)"
Wve recommend this as an ex
cellent way not to afiswer ques
tions. Andy Carnegie himself
couldn't do better. x
Massachusetts divine urges his
wealthy parishoners to permit
their servants to dine with them
occasionally, and learn'to play the
piano, on the family piano, and
go to the theater once in a while.
Mrs. Fred Walkehorst, Miss
ouri farmer's wife, has presented
her husband with a baby girl,
their 23rd child.
Spanish cabinet has got over
its huff, taken back its resigna
tion and gone to work.
"It is because such a moral and
political eunuch at the head of af
fairs." The Inter-Ocean, refer
ring to Walter Fisher, secretary
of the Interior. Think the I. O.
means to call Fisher names?
American Meat Packers Asso
ciation, now meeting in Washing
ton, has unanimously agreed that
last year has been the worst in
history of packing industry.
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A WORD OF IT,
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"Are you still looking for your
"Why don't you put an ad. in
"What's the use? The dog can't
snow tonight and
W e d n esday ; for
Chicago and vicin
ity: warmer tonight
with lowest tem
perature about 15
degrees above zero;
highest temperature Wednesday
about 24 degrees; increasing
southerly winds tonight shifting
to northwest by Wednesday,
The latest thing in auto equip
ment is an electrically heated