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BURRO CHEWS TOBACCO; AND HE'S MIGHTY r
PARTICULAR' ABOUT THE BRAND, TOO!
The Tobacco-Chewing. Burro
Dead Bear Into Camp
.. The burro whose picture Is here
shown has truly made an ass of him
Iself. He is a naughty, naughty ani
'mal! He chews tobacco! He has the
'habit down pat, all except the con
' comitant action of expectoration. He
VILLA CRABS QUERTARO
Washington, July 20. Gen. Villa
has taken Quertaro with his flying
column of cavalry, according to re
'ports to state department today.
At the same time the department
received word of capure of Naco by
Carranzistas under Gen. Gardinas.
Villa has no communication south of
Zacatecas, according to El Pa&o le-port
simply won't learn to spit.
This burro is a pack animal in the
Sinislaw forest, Oregon. His owner
claims that the habit has had a
marked effect upon his disposition,
flavoring it with unusual sweetness
HAT MAKERS STRIKE
Seventy union hat makers, among
them 25 women, employed by Eiger
& Bros., 1249 Wabash av., are on
strike today. They want more pay.
A few women did not walk out
Frank Klurg, supposed dead and
for whose murder man is serving 22
jear seatence in Wisconsin prison,
returned to Chicago home jesterdaz.
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