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Save the card; it's sacred. Twenty
years from now you'll weep over it
again and thank God for the chance.
Say a prayer for its sender the
best mother a fellow ever had.
And then sit down and write
well, write just the kind of letter
she's been waiting to receive from
SHY ON ENGLAND SAILINGS
New York, March 6. There will be
no sailings of liners from New Y?&
for Great Britain after today un9l
March 17th when the "White Stjgr
Liner Arabic will sail for Liverpool,
due to the strikes in the port of Livtsf
pool and the heavy demands made
upon the transatlantic lines by the
admiralty for transports.
This will be the first time inv?5
years that a week has elapsed with
out a vessel sailing for England.
Sioux City, la. Following arrest
of chief of police on charge of re
ceiving bribes from gamblers and dis
orderly houses rumored that higher
officials and many policemen are to
be jailed. ''
Washington. Sweeping changes
in foot and mouth disease quaran
tined territory adding various coun
Jjes announced by agriculture dept.
Washington. Vice.-Pre3. Mar
shall may be chosen to represent
Pres. Wilson at the Panama-Pacific
exposition March 22.
Albany, N. Y. State Comptroller
Travis began investigation o $350,
000 SDent by New York's Panama-
Pacific Exposition commission.
Washington. War Sec'y Garrison
investigating charges made in Ca
nadian parliament that American
militia officers are serving in Cana
St. Paul. Railroads entering St.
Paul announced their intention of
putting on between 15,000 and 18,000
men within next 2 months.
Danville, III. Federal district grand
jury assured "Uncle Joe" Cannon
their investigations led them to con
clude there were no grolunds for
charges of fraudulent voting in con
gressional elections last fall.
Washington. Chairman Stone of
senate foreign relations committee Russian soldiers are even greater
aamittea inai irres. wuauu is Deing ' cigarette smokers than are the Brit-
urged to can extra session oi con- , jSh Tommies. They simply must
gress in the fall. I have cigarettes, and failing anything
Decatur, III. Fred Hillen, Decatur, better, they are quite content with
killed in wreck of Wabash passenger . a pinch of tobacco rolled up in a bit
train at Bibson. 1 of old newspaper,
"By cracky, th' papers is full
that there stronomy stuff." (J
"What cha mean, David?" - 1
"Aw, it tell here erbout a IoJ: a
stars changin' from one league t' anj