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MORAL LOOK AT THE LABEL
BEFORE SHINING YOlJR DOME
Michael Connolly, whose dome
makes on feel inclined to try for a
three-cushion shot whenever they
take a look at it, paid the penalty for
trying to look young again when he
nearly scalped hinisqlf today.
Mike is employed in Michaelson's
saloon, 2358 W. Harrison st. For
years he has been forced to stand a
lot of kidding and he determined to
end the laughs.
So after carefully reading the at
tractive ads in the papers, he went
out and purchased a bottle of the
kind that promised the most wonder
For a week he has been taking it
and yet no sin of vegetation on his
roof. This morning he went to the
cabinet to take the prescribed head
wash. He let out a howl of pain.
Then ran wildly from the place, hold
ing his head.
Michaelson went over and picked
up the bottle, on the label he read
Mike will be back to work soon if
his scalp decides to stick to his head.
Calesburg, 111. Perifiro Rivero
probably fatally stabbed in quarrel
' with another Mexican over a man
dolin. Tko f-iacrfit Votes for Women in
Holland promised in ''speech from
the throne" from the cabinet read at
opening of states general.
Springfield, III. Gov. Dunne dis
approved plan to establish convict
camp near fair grounds in order that
concrete roads from fair grounds to
state laboratory might be completed
before Oct. 1. May employ hired
Springfield, III. War between
.Springfield and Alton Railroad -practically
ended. Alton will run shuttle
trains during state fair week.
Washington. Nat. Woman's Suf
frage Ass'n retained tw'o lawyers to
look up precedents and prepare Mrs.
Panlrhurst's armeal in case militant
suffraget is delayed from entering U.
S. by immigration authorities.
New York. Ex-President l an nas
h&m selected as one of the pall
bearers to officiate at funeral of late
Mayor Gaynor next Monday.
Indianapolis, Ind. Jos. Stoudt, ice
wagon driver, shot and killed by Dr.
C. M. Clayton, who says he found
Stoudt embracing Mrs. Clayton.
New Rochelle, N. Y. Fire destroy
ed department store of Howard
Ware Co. Loss $300,000.
Bellefontaine, O. Strike threaten
ed on Big Four Railroad in Ohio, In
diana and Illinois shops because oi
attempt to install piece-work system.
Waco, Tex. Two fatally injured, 7
hurt in explosion which wrecked
cleaning establishment of Shaffer &
John Slater, California spiritualist,
says- Chicagoans are beginning to
look like Chinese.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kellenberger,
Newark, hit by train at Englewood
station. Both will die.
GETS $50,000 FOR BRINGING IN
THE LOST PEARLS
London, Sept. 16. Fifty-eight of
the fifty-nine pearls that formed the
necklace recently reported lost in
transit between Paris "and London,
and valued at $650,000, were found
pnrplpsslv wranDed in a niece of tis
sue paper lying on the sidewalk by a
workman Nearly in the morning.
The man took them to Scotland
Yard where Max Meyer, the diamond
merchant who owned them was wait
ing, and he immediately identified
them. The workman will be given a
reward of $50,000.
The robbery of the necklace from
the registered mail was clearly car
ried out. The postal seals on the
original package did not seem to
have been tampered with, but when
the package was opened it was found
to contain, instead of jewels, only a
iumber of pieces of sugar,,.