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NEWSIE FINDS $2,000, RETURNS IT AND GETS $105.
When Jerry Jacketta, a newsboy of San Francisco, picked up
a jewel case on the streets and found $2,000 worth of diamonds, he
promptly turned them over to the police.
A day later he received a check for $105 from Mrs. Tuzton
Beale, the owner. With the money Jerry sent his invalid father to
the country and the price of his honesty may lengthen the life, or;
possibly cure, the sick man. N
PLACE FOR YOUR EYE
Put your eye on Dayton, Wyo.
Mrs. Susie Wissler, widow, has
been elected mayor of Dayton,
largely "by women's" votes. Mrs.
Wissler is not the first woman
1 mayor, but she is the first woman
elected mayor whose votes clean
ed out both the Democratic and
Republican tickets on the drink
issue. Business interests of Day
ton are already howling business
calamity, but Mrs. Mayor Wissler
has appointed . officials whq
strongly favor putting down the
Politicians have wondered what
women would be at when she got
the ballot. Keeping our eye on
When about to boil milk in an
enameled saucepan, to rinse it
first with cold water; this pre
vents the milk from sticking and
the saucepan escapes the inevita
ble scraping so disastrous to the
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