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Washington. Wade D. Cooper,
local banker, indicted by grand jury
on charge criminal libel, result of ac
cusations against Justice Daniel
Thew Wright of District of Columbia
) supreme court.
Milwaukee. Adam Polski, laborer,
arrested on-charge of murdering Val
River Falls, Wis. Normal school
Galesburg, III. Harry L. Lane,
prominent resident of East Gales
burg, suburb, struck by Santa Pe
Dallas, Tex. Excessive rains
amounting to cloudbursts crippled
railroad traffic in East Texas.
Joliet, III. Ex-Judge Fred C.
"White, Pontiac, who had started
serving year sentence in Illinois state
prison following conviction on
charge of forgery, released on writ
Berlin. "Keep the good work up,"
Emperor William told Ferdinand Eg
linski, 53, tailor and father of 35 chil
dren. Six sons in army.
St. Paul. Frederick Weyerhauser,
said to be one of richest men in world,
reported ,near death.
Washington. Bureau of Immigra
tion issued regulations governing en
try of Chinese participating in Panama-Pacific
Exposition in 1915.
Washington. Navy wireless dis
patch reported from Admiral Mayo,
Tampico, Mex., reported that rebels
had again destroyed pumping station
of waterworks and cut off water sup
ply. Washington. Smith bill providing
for grading of cotton by Sec'y of Ag
riculture and requiring all stock ex
changes to trade exclusively in
grades as so fixed passed by senate, j
Superior, Wis. Fire oi unknown
origin aestroyea state ionnai
School. Loss $250,000.
Topeki, Kan. Receivers asked for
United States Gas Improvement Co.,
Gas Co. and Wyandotte County Gas"
Co. Penalties of $300,000 asked
from U. S. Gas Improvement Co. for
alleged violation of anti-trust laws.
WHY FOLIAGE JSWORN ON THE
The mustache first came into
vogue in the 14th century when the
Christians and the Mohammedans
were at war in Spain. Some Moors
were Christians, but all Moors wore
beards, the Christians wishing to dis
tinguish themselves from the in
fidel, shaved the hair on their faces
so as to resemble a cross. A narrow,
horizontal line of hair Was left on the
upper lip and another perpendicular
line remained on the chin.
From that time the mustache has
been popular in all countries, regard
less of the wearer's religious tenden
cies. o o
THE PARAMOUNT PROBLEM
'P"'- M'Kfcph Breckinridge don't
yo wish yo7 knew how to live wu
"Dat ain't what worries me, Mistah
Beaumont. What worries me am
bow to live when mah wife ain't
Philadelphia; Kansas City MissdtariiJworkin'."