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larder than ever on Broad's jaw and
down went tbi kid. The referee had
about counted him out when Broad,
dazed and dreamy-eyed, looked up
and said: "If you want me to get up
this time, dad, you'll -have to come
and pull me up." "
WAR MAY END THIS DUCHESS'
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Because of the entry of Bulgaria
into the European war on the side of
Germany, it is believed the romance
between Grand Duchess Olga, old
est daughter of the czar, and Crown
Prince Boris of Bulgaria has come
to an end. TheV were reported in
theEuropean capitals to have been
WANT OUTSIDE EDUCATOR TO
HANDLE LOCAL SCHOOLS
"Go outside of Chicago and get the
biggest educator in' the country to
come to Chicago and take charge of
the public school system." That is
the suggestion of Mrs. Gertrude
Howe Britton, school board trustee,
for finding a successor to Mrs. Ella
Plagg Young and settling the fear
some school squabble. "The job is
big enough for the biggest man,"
added Mrs. Britton.
Other cities do this. Baltimore got
r4d of a school superintendent who
was not delivering the goods and
hired the superintendent of Denver
schools to get on the job in Balti
more. , . M
The name of Wm. Wirt, head of
Gary, Ind., schools, has been sug--gested
as a good man to get Wirt
has the schools so much in favor
there that all the night schools are
packed and the public even insisted
on Saturday classes.
MRS. DURAND SAVES HERD
"Sassiety" is saved. Mrs. Scott
Durand of Crabtree farm, where
highbrow cows give milk to the
North Shore's best, got another in
junction to make it harder for federal
officials to kill her swell herd, which
they say is infected with the foot and
Of course, the swells are not get
ting society-cow milk right now, for
the prize cattle of Crabtree form are
under quarantine, and if the lacteal
fluid were distributed among Mrs.
Durand's cows' customers some of
our "best" citzens would be suffering
with the foot and mouth disease.
Mrs. Durand now has two injunc
tions laid over her pet herd. She says
that she has a neat revolver if these
A gold engagement ring, set with a
diamond and containing an inscrip
tion, was recently found tightly fast
ened around the neck of a partridge
shot near Gaschowitz, Bohemia.