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LATE NEWS FROM ALL-OVER
, John R. McSKWne, will not run for
TJ. S. senator against Roger Sullivan.
Stenographers' and Typists' Union
has changed name to Office Em
ployes' Ass'n. and has been granted
charter by A. P of L.
rMs. Josephine Henriing fainted
again on witness stand.
Judge Pam ruled that testimony
of Former Sen. Lorimer's trial can be
allowed in'Funk case.
Brick Bue'sing, West Chicago, kill
ed in Aurora by auto containing joy
riders who escaped.
Acting Chief Schuettler asked in
vestigation of v new defunct United
Roman G. Lewis, ass't city prose
cutor, will be asked to explain why
he was in Hayes' saloon, 1958 W.
Lake st, during raid. .
Each girl holds a door key, while
she pours melted lead through the
handle of "the keydnto a pan of cold
If-the lead assumes the shape of a
sword or gun ;he girl will marry a
soldier;, again traces of a ship may be
seep,' then a sailor -she will win;
a ploughsuggests a farmer; a book,
a professor, or jperhaps a minister;
and when the leadjforms only drops,
the gentle inquirer will not marry.
, Ducking for Apples.
A tub nearly filled with water and
containing several apples, with short
stems, should be placed on. a chair
or low table. ' -
One -at a time, go to the tub with
arms folded behind,' and ry to- catch
an apple between your teeth. If you
don't get the apple first time, you
have two" more trials.
The lucky apple grabber is award
ed a jrize. . .
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Butter oils up the system, but is
not as good as olive oiL
Plymouth, Mass. Mrs. Jennie May
Eaton, charged with murder ot her
husband, Admiral Eaton finished
completely exhausted at end of eight
New York. Strike of union driv
ers caused, congestion of mail.
Champaign, III. Father Anthony
Joseph Wagner, for 26 years Roman
Catholic priest of Peoria diocese,
Mankato,' Minn. Abraham L. Nas
er, 54, Chicago traveling man,' drop
ped dead at local hotel.
New York. Hans Scnmidt, priest
murderer, testified in behalf of his
associate, Dr. Ernst Muret, and en
deavored to, take all blame for coun
terfeiting. Washington. Wilbur L. Padgett,
53, swallowed 60 grains ofjjichloride
of mercury', two weeks ago. Dead.
New "York. Policemen had to clear
away crowed from youth of 18 who
wore on his breast paper sign "I want
a job." x , . ,
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NOT FOR HER
Helen No, I positively refuse to
"bob" for apples. .
Emma Why, my dear; it's a
Helen It took me just 15 minutes
to get my nose the way I wanted Jt
and the. whole thing would come off.
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