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"How was it, marshal I haven't
heard the whole story?"
"Why, it seems that the Indian he
attacked beat and robbed him at the
time his wits left him. Big Bear rec
ognized him in the procession. The
second blow knocked Big Bear right
again. He remembered all the past
suddenly, his forgotten gold mine.
Now he will provide well for the good
old doctor, and as to pretty Claribel,
why, she will have more money than
miserly old Waite now."
"And there will be a wedding?"
"That, sure!" nodded the marshal
with great unction and approval.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
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STEEL CORPORATION HEAD WILL
REGULATE U. S. EXPORTS
Washington, D. C. James A. Far
rell, president of the United States
Steel Corporation, is at the head of
the National Foreign Trade Conven
tion to study the foreign markets and
advise American merchants engaged
in foreign commerce.
An ashcan to which a handle can
be attached to convert it into a lawn
roller hjsjjeen jaunted. t jtolK
CLEVER WOMAN OPENS NEW
FIELD OF WORK
Albany, N. Y. A woman a small
woman at that Mrs. Anna Edson is
purser for one of the largest river
boats afloat, and she's such a good
purser that a great many of the big
steamboat lines are now employing
women to do the work that until a
few years ago belonged exclusively to
"My work on the steamer Berk
shire is unusual, but it is not diffi
cult," says Mrs. Edson. "I'm rather
proud of my success as a purser be
cause as I was the first woman ap
pointed to this position, my success
has opened a new field for women."
Besides keeping the accounts and
paying the "ship's hands" Mrs. Ed
son makes a daily visit to each of the
300 staterooms of the Hudson river
steamer, "f feel that L am hostess
on the boat," she says, "and I want
to be sure that 'my house' is always
Fifty Hungarian servant girls went
on silence strike in Budapest, vow
ing not to speak a word until their
employers allowed them two calling
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