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certain that the exodus from the
Emerald Isle is due to decline
from this time forth.
For the sons of Erin have cause
to take heart and there's no peo-
ple under the sun that can take
heart and hope from half a chance
more readily than they.
So the days of the "American
wake" are numbered.
WIRES MIX THINGS FOR DAN CUPID.
NOT- J LEAVE YQU RWEVER-
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LOVE VW FOREVER-
New York, July 15: One of
the telegraph companies is being
sued for alienation of a young
woman's affections as a result of
an error in the transmission of a
"love-gram," which caused an en
gagement to be broken off.
"' A German shoemaker left the
gas turned on in his shop one
night and upon arriving in- the
morning struck a match to light
it. There was a terrific explosion
and the shoemaker was blown out
through the door almost to the
middle of the street. '
- . A passerby rushed to hi asssist
ance, and, after helping him to
rise, inquired if he was injured.
The lfttle German gazed in at
his place of business, which was
now burning quite briskly, and
"No, I ain't hurt. But I got
out shust in tirne,, eh?".
A young man sent a message
intended to read: "I love you for
ever." When it was delievered to the
young woman it conveyed the
tragic news: "I leave you forever."
A sty on the eyelid-is caused by
bacteria workingdown an eyelash!
and infecting the roots of the lash
and the part of the eyelid sur
rounding it. Sometimes a sty can
be"checked by pulling out the lash
at its center and washing the lid
with a saturated solution of bo
The frequent use of this solu
tion in washing the eyelids will
generally prevent the formation
"Don't kiss each other on the
public highway; it's awful to see a
woman doing a man's work," is a
WelleSley college girls "don't"