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tionary Democrats against
Wbodrow Wilson in Illinois.
Body of Mary Kelly, nurse
maid who sacrificed her life to
save those of babies in her care
when her clothing caught fire,
sent fgom Minneapolis to her
home at Sparta", Wis.
Attorney General Wickersham
on behalf of government, today
applied to supreme ourt for re
hearing of "patent monopoly"
case, the most outrageous deci-u
sion handed down in teji years.
Government levee in Mississip
pi at Cairo, 111., broken in several
places. Rich farming country in
Illinois1 Missouri, Kentucky and
Whether the corporation inter
ests of Milwaukee are strong
enough td prevent re-election of
Mayor Emil Sjeidel will be de
cided tomorrow. Supporters of
Dr. C. D. Badig, non-partisan
candidate, say Badig "will be
elected by 15,000 votes.
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NOTICE BASEBALL FANS!
Are you a baseball fan? -
Then watch tomorrow's Day
Book for the announcement of a
competitive civil service examin
ation for fans.x
If you're not a fan, watch "the
announcement and become one.
It will be worth your while.
We're -not going to tell you a
word about what it is today. Full
particulars will be printed tomor
row. Watch for it! It's a winrier,
and you may be, too. -, ,
SHE'S CRUULr WUbE
Paris, April 1.--Qn-the ground
of "extreme cruelty" a Parisian
husband js suing for divorce be
cause his wife compelled' him to
button her dresses m the " back.
One gown, has 49 buttons, he
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Mrs. Black To think cjf'dfr
formah belle of Dahktown com
in' down to washin' clo's.
Mr. Black You can't com
plain., Doan a bell ring when
sne am tolled.