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for the man srhp has been used
to keeping to the right all his life,
to avoid accidents.
John Hunter, farmer, Urbana,
111., has suffered from hiccoughs
for ten days. Hasn't had any
sleep. May die.
t Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, in lec
ture at Memphis, Tenn., announc
ed that, like John Paul Jones, he
"has just begun to fight," and
that if he can do it, he is going to
see pure food laws passed and en
forced in this country.
Chicago is the speediest spot in
the world." Rev. Dr. John T.
Stone, addressing Empire Society
And which way, in terms of the
hereafter, is Chicago moving so
speedily, Dr. John ?
, Chinese regiment at Fu-Chow
mutinied because another regi
ment ,wavnted them to amputate
their pigtails. '
Apparently arjy old cause is
good enough to induce a Chinese
regiment to'mutiriy, kill its offi
cers, and do a little looting.
Louis Molainen, Hancock,
Mich., tyhtrstands 7 feet 6 inches
in his stockings, is running lor
justice of the peace. Louis will
not be opposed at the election,
According to testimony of phy
sicjan, atowel one yard long, and
with red borders, was sewed up
inside Mrs. Mollie Myers, after
operation at St. Vincent'-s hospi
tal, N. Y., six years ago.
Tom Mann, English labor lead
er, who was imprisoned for urg
ing the king's troops not to fire
on coal strikers if ordered, was
released on 2,000 bail today on
condition he promised not to re
sume IUS bpcUKUlg IUUI. y
..Henry Olon, Drawny ix-toot
sailor, is held in U. S. Marine
hospital, San Francisco, as a
walking distributor of death? Six
cases of typhoid, which ended in
death, have been traced to Olson,
who himself is in best of health.
"The common people of Cali
fornia are for. you." Telegram
from 'Seymour W. Pjullock, of
California, to LaFollette
Yes, but what does it matter
whom the "common people" are
for so long as the nominating
machinery is in the hands of those
efficient gentlemen the bosses.
"Lincoln't famous saying that we
must have a government of the
people, by the people, and for the
people, has been amended by no
less a personage than the presi
dent of the United States to read
'government "by a representative
class of the people.' " Roosevelt
at Cedar Rapids, la.
LITTLE GIRL CHEWED TO
DEATH BY DOG
Her little body a mass of lacer
ations and her neck chewed un
till her head was almostevered
from her body, Anna DeCalvo, 3
years old, -is dead this afternoon
at her home, 1016 Sholta street,
the victim of a horrible attack by
a ferocious dog.
The child, woose mother was
at work, had been left at the
home of Mrs. Lena Solomon,
1062 W. 11th street. The dog, a
large Newfoundland, was chew
ing a bone on the kitchen floor.
Little Anna walked up to the dog