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Chicago better than any place and
sure enough I do, though I've never
been to, any other big city, but I think
this is best I'll never forget it"
The train was nearing my station.
"Perhaps you'll come back on your
honeymoon?" I suggested, as I
"Oh, that's what I'm on, now," she
hastened. "That's why I come.
When we're married Bud -can't get
away, so he gave me the money to
come and take my honeymoon now."
Webb City, Mo. Miss Lonna Fos
ter killed, Rex Wise's back broken
and Clyde Creve- internally injured
when their automobile, racing with
an interurban, turned turtle and
rolled, 40 feet into side of a house.
New York. Republican candidate
Chas. E. Hughes will make his first
speech on trans-continental trip
planned for next month, at Detroit,
Washington. Adamson bill pro
viding for leasing power dam sites
on navigable rivers passed house by
vote of 61 to 17.
New Orleans. Wm. Zimmer, 13,
shot and killed his mother. Had tried
to get her reconciled with his father,
whom she had left Says she at
tacked him with broomstick.
Madrid Martial law declared be
cause of railroad strike.
'TIS INDEED THK
WE 'ARE WAV
ABOVE THE SKY.
NE'ER A RUSSIAN
NOR A GREEK
CLIMB SO HIGH
WE ARE FAR.
FROM ANY WATE.R.,
YET MY DOME
f5 SURELY SWIMMING,
AND THE CHANCE
FOR ME TO TOTTER
IN OLD A6E IS
SWIFTLY DIMM IN 6.