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by this time.
"Only the volume of business
'done. by the packers saves them
from loss." Atty. Borders. Do
not forget the little by-product
companies, Mr. Borders.
"The impertinence of the min-
. ers asking an increased wage !
And just when the operators are
getting ready to boost prices to
get an increased profit, too !
John Kendrick Bangs wails
that -he wants to be a congress
man and that he lives in Maine,
whfch is dry.
We gotcha, John, we gotcha!
Bills granting pensions to wid
ows of Admirals Schley and Ev
ans have been introduced in sen
ate. Mrs. Alice H. Faulkner, wife of
G. Faulkner, 39, Aurora, 111., has
filed suit for alienation of her hus
band's affections .against Mrs.
Hattie W. Thomas, a widow 63
Three children of Mrs. Nancy
'A. Fuzzy frozen to death in a
mountain- cabin near Grapevine,
Ky. Mrs. Fuzzy rescued in dy
Senator Cullom announces that
he is candidate for re-election.
Harper's Weekly says it no
longer is printing the name of
.Woodrow Wilson as that of its
presidential candidate at that
gentleman's own request.
Business and professional men
of Rosedale, Kan., had to go to
work and chop wood to relieve
fuel famine. Probably good for
i Robert Mantell, the Shakes
pearian actor, whose second wife
died las,tNov!7-yesterday married
his leaHinglady Miss"-Genevieve
TO CHRiSTE,N NEW U. S.
Miss Elizabeth Hilles, elder
daughter of President Taft's sec
retary, will christen the new rev
enue cutter. tJnalga at Newport
News, Jan.. 27. -
. By the-Way-Have
you forgotten: -
"Curfew shall not ring to
night"? "Give me three grains of corn,
mother"? ' - c
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