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around the neck and 43 around the
chest He is only 23 years of age.
A match between Lewis and Stech
er in the New York tournament will
be the biggest event of the year in
the wrestling game.---The winner of
the tournament will get $10,000.
Lewis has the edge on the purse and
the final match probably will be be
tween him and the farmer boy from
LEADS TRIBES IN MASSACRES OF
$ lidHBtrflV. ."Si?
The Sultan Kotchali, who reigns
over the district of Aras, in Persia,
is the leader of the tribesmen who
have been-massacring Christian na
tives. "With the aid of the Turks he
has held the Russians back on the
borders of bis province.
Hunch to bartenders in the newly
prohibition west: Start writing po
ems, like" John Masefield did.
WORKING WOMEN'S COLLEGE
COURSE FROM W. T. U. L.
With the intention of making their
classes a working woman's college
course, the Women's Trade Union
league of Chicago have added two
new studies to their previous classes.
Industrial history will be taught by
Miss Jennie Wilcox on Wednesday
evenings at 6:45 in the rooms of the
Women's City club, 116 S. Michigan
av., the term beginning Wednesday,
Elementary English will be taught
by Miss Peter on Tuesday evenings
at 6:45 in room 609, 166 W. Wash
ington st.. the term beginning Tues
day, Feb. 1.
The second term course in short
story writing begins Thursday, Feb.
3, under instruction of Mrs. Lydia
Trowbridge, and classes will be held
each Thursday evening at 6:30 in
room 608, 166 W. Washington st
Literature under the instruction of
Miss Lyons will be taught Tuesday
evenings at 6:30 in the rooms of the
Woman's City club, beginning Tues
day, Feb. 1. This class has been
studying American and English mod
ern dramas. During the coming
term continental drama will be taken
Under the instruction of Miss Sloan
rhetoric and composition classes
combined will be held Tuesday even
ings at 6:30 in the rooms of the Wom
an's City club. Term begins Feb. 1.
Enrollment in any of the classes
must be made in person at the office
of the Women's Trade Union league,
room 609, 166 W. ' Washington st!,
where tuition fee shall be paid and a
card issued. No one will be admitted
to the classes without an enrollment
card. The fee for all courses an
nounced will be ?2 each for the term.
Thrifty German housewives soak
all waste paper into pulp which is
pressed into little balls and dried.
These are used for kindling fires and
for cooking where only a compara
tively low degree of heat is required