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"Financial and Commercial Outcome
of the European War."
E. T. Cash, here from St. Louis,
advises young men to raise hogs to
make money. Name sounds as if his
advice was worth something.
Policeman Joseph Manka, Indiana
Harbor, found burglar entering store.
Revolver duel. Both dead.
C. E. Kohier, confectioner, 3751
Langley av.f resisted negro robber.
Shot in shoulder. Robber escaped.
THE MEXICAN SITUATION
Washington, Oct. 19. Early trans
fer of authority at Vera Cruz from
the American military to Mexican
authorities is predicted as result of
latest official messages. Gen. Aguilar,
commanding Mexican forces outside
Vera Cruz, has come to terms with
the administration as a result of con
ference with Consul Silliman, and
has given agreements of safety for
persons in Vera Cruz when he takes
A LIBERAL SPIRIT
(Jl m IB
"Huh, -I heard you wuz at Billy's
Sunday school picnic."
"Sure I wuz."
"Well, you b'long to our Sunday
school. Ain't you ashamed o" im
posin on 'em like that?"
"Shucks, I ain't hidebound when
it comes to pleasure."
FARMERS WILL DRAW BOOKS BY
Madison, Wjs. Draw, your library
books by parcels post!
It is the latest Wisconsin scheme.
Mathew S. Dudgeon, secretary of the
"Wisconsin free library commission is
making this plan by which the vast
resources of the University of Wis
consin library will be thrown open to
every citizen of the state, no matter
how remote a district he may live in.
"It is our conviction," he says?
"that the books belonging to the state
are as much the property of the
farmers living on the far north penin
sula as they are the property of the
frequenter of a state library.
"Now that books have been admit
ted to the parcels post the commis
sion is giving the farmers their
chance. It remains to be een wheth
er the booli-hungry one's are willing'
to take the trouble of writing a letter
to the commission and pay "to ask for
a book and to pay the postage up
To revive withered flowers plunge
the stalks in boiling water and leave
them in it until it becomes cold. Then
cut about one inch from the ends o(