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ly Cleveland, O, received in pri
vate audience by Popt Pius. t
Valpariaso. Chilean . naval
council"" recomnien3ea thaf Amer
ican guns be used to arm new
coast fortifications. German can
Winnipeg. 10 men arrested,
charged with stealing; $10,000
worth of goods from freight cars.
Some of accused are prominent
Denver. "Bob" Edgreri, sport
ing editor K. Y. World, Sandy
Griswold, Omaha World Herald,
and F. C. Hurley, Omaha mer
chant, thrown into Stanley Lake
.when auto skidded from road.
Waukegan, 111. Physicians
operated on woman and found 7
teeth in tumor.
Elgin, HI. Hattic Peterson,
19, started celebrating 4th of July
with giant cracker. Right hand
Plymouth, Mass. Mrs. Er
nest Furtado gave birth yester
day lo 3 girls and one boy. Boy
.Charlotte, N. C J. M. JanuV
son, hotel owner, killed and Mrs.
iW. M. Bagwell and her son, 7,
seriously injured at grade cross
ing. Freight train struck auto.
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"Why did Adam name the ani
mals?" "I suppose he wasn't a vege
tarian and wanted to know what
he was eating." Judge.
Salted popcorn often proves a
cure for car or seasickness when
taken immediately and continued
TO PROTECT TIRESc
until ifcis -relieveoU-
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Picking up nails is one&f IhV-
worst habits an automobile tire--can
acquire, and it seems to be a
tendency that all tires possess. It -is
the most frequent causje of
punctures and profanity. A Cali
fornia physician has devised, a
very simple method of preventing
most of such trouble.
A nail does not plunge sudden1-"
ly up to its head in a good rubber
tire. It usually penetrates enough
on first contact to hang on and is
driven in by repeated pressure as
the wheel revolves.
By attaching a short length of '
steel chain like a dog chain to
each side of the mud .guards above -the
wheel and allowing sufficient -loop
for the chain to lay over the -tread
of the tire it will be found
that when a nail is picked up it
will be seized by thi chain the -first
time the wheels revolve and -be
neatly extracted before it- has
a chance to do any serious dam- -age.
Soup bowls armed with sharp
joints on their inner edge have
been invented by a Chicago-man"
to keep waiters' thumbs out of the--
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