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OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Conrad McDonald, owner of
Janesville, Wis., restaurant, has
established aeroplane fish .service
between his restaurant and Lake
Koshkoning, 20 miles away.
E. C. Dryer, St. Louis, Mo.,
sent "April fool'' letter to-Ida
Kaiser, his fiancee, saying he was
going to marry another girl. Ida
drank carbolic acid, "but will re
cover and look for a real man to
Heavy vote being polled in
Wisconsin state primaries today.
LaFollette and Wilson candi
dates easily leading the field.
37 towns and villages in Illi
nois are voting on local option to
day. Of these 18 are now wet, 19
dry. " - -
Count Ishimito, Japanese min
ister Of war, died of consumption
at Tokio today. .
Joe Mandot, "southern light
weight champion," handed Owen
Moran, British fighter, first class
lacing at Memphis, Tenn., last"
night. Puts Joe in championship
class in other places than the
Underwood bill reducing wool
tariff, passed in house by vote of
189 To 92. The senate will now
spend some time monkeying with
it. After that it will be ready for
William Howard's little veto.
Rev. Chas. E. Raymond, pastor
of English Lutheran church,
Peoria, I1L, who, doesn't seem to
be able to keep out of trouble,
says he's going to bring suit
against Frank E. Howland.
Frank horsewhipped the Rev.
Rev. Father E. W. Dunnigan
elected mayor of Lapeer, Mich. :
First Catholic priest to hold of
fice in this country.
"I am a candidate for governor
of Illinois for the honor there is in
it, and because itwould cr6vn my
career, begun as an orphan."
John J. Brown, of Vandalia, tak
ing the electorate into his confi
For goodness' sake give John
the governorship. Who are the
people of Illinois to deny an or
phan boy a crown for his career,
even although he doesn't seem to
have an idea of working for the
neoole after Jie pets the inh?
Prince of Wales, disguised as
the Earl of Chesterhas gone to
Paris to finish learning French.
The Prince will get board and
"room free from the Marquis 'le
Breteuil, whose wife N is EditH
Garner, daughter of late W. T.
Garner, of N. Y.
Note: -Whenever a prince goes
to anothercountry to learn some
thing useful he always goes in
cognito, and gets room and board
free from somebody who thinks it
But there's nothing incognito
about Pierp Morgan when he
goes abroad. Only change Pierp
makes in his life, Is to hang
around an actress or two.
Captain Scott, British polar
explorer, having heard of the
weather in, Chicago, has decided
to stay another year in the polar
"It looks like Dean Sumner's
plan places in the hands of phy-