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COLORADO FUEL AND IRON CO.
REPLIES TO COMMISSION
New York, Feb. 16. Coprado Fuel
and Iron Gompany has served polite
notice on the Low -Mediation Commis
sxon appointed by Pfesident Wilson
that tine company will settle its own
The reply of President 4. F.TVel
born to the commission offer to help
-formulate a plan fcy which future
strikes in the coal districts might lie
averted was made public here today
by Starr J. MurpTiy, chief adviser to
John D. Rockefeller, Jr. At the same
time a copy of a letter written by
Rockefeller to Chairman Seth Low
of the president's commission was
Rockefeller asked Low to assure
the president' that he desired to co
operate with the commission "in
every way in my power." He added,
however, that "the executive officers
of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Com
pany at Denver -are the ones upon
whom the responsibility for final de
cision must properly rest." v
HOW TO RAISE BEAUTIFUL
CHILDREN IS EXPLAINED
No matter how homely you or your
husband may have the misfortune to
be it's no excuse for bringing up
homely children, according to Mrs.
Viola Mizell Kinimel, Mrs. Kimmel is
an advocate of eugenics. She ex
plained today how to make your chil
dren beautiful, give them red hair, or
black at will, and make them slender
or plump as your tastes are inclined.
Here's the recipe:
When you've discovered the stork
hovering about your home, obtain a
picture of your ideal of babyhoodr
look at it every day at regular times
for several minutes at a time. This is
all you have to do.
Mrs. Kimmel declared a friend of
hers tried the system successfully
with four children.
DARNELL GRABBED AS "SLAVER"
TtW Rev, Ja.mes M, Darnell, '.mar-
rying pastor" of Kenosha, whose
matrimonial escapades shocked the
church world, ha sbeen picked up as
a white slaver by the federal author
ities. He is charged with transporting
Ruth oper, the girl he has been vaia
ly trying to wed for some time, fron&
Owatonna, Minn., to Chicago an
Kenosha, Wis. i
By Jfm Manee H
"I should worry," "I should fret,"
And "Oh, youJod, I'll get you yet," .
Are sayings slang we all have heard
How often, folks, they sound
"I I6ve.my wife, but, oh, you kid";
Now who wrote that? The man wha
Was full of slang as he could be.
Perhaps he too wrote "Believe me."
"Let 'im up, his face Is cut,"
And ""You're a boob" 'or "You're 9
- Are common slang in this man's
Just pulled to pass the time away.
"I gotchaSteve," is another bit
Of slang that made an awful hit.
But, then the one for all the while
That's best is "SMILE DOGGONE
CHICAGO GRAIN. Wheat up.
Corn and oats down. Provisions
higher. Wheat closed at $1.62.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Market
wavered but gained strength; trad
Fair tonight and Wednesday; ris
ing temperature Wednesday; lowtst
tonight near the freezing point; mod
erate winds, mostly southerly. Tern
perature Monday: Highest, 35; low
Entered as second-class matter April
21, 191 4, at the. poatoffice at Chicago,
III., under the Act of March 3, 1870.
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