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your splendid talents and yourself so
" 'I never will again as long as you
stay with me,' he answered, and im-
mediately I saw that it was with him
as though he had never had a bit of
(To ,Be Continued)
THOUSANDS TO KING
Lovers bf outdoor lite are flocking to Quebec, Canada, King-Winter's
capital, where tobogganing, bobsledgihg, skiing," skating and other winter,
sports are at their height despite the overhanging cloud of wan The pic
ture shows tobogganing Oh the. three-track slide at Chateau Frontenac.
TEAMSTER-HERO NEAR DEATH
SAVES LITTLE. GIRL
'Chris Allen, 3244 S. 5th av., a
teamster, is near death today because
he" took a big chance rather than run
qver little Mary Smith, wheivshe got
in the way of the heavy team of
horses he drove past her home at
657 W. 12th St., yesterday.
He swung the team toward the
curb, missed Mary but was thrown
from the seat of his wagon; to the
pavement His skull was broken.
INVESTIGATE COAL SHORTAGE
With the coal situation taking a
I dangerous turn, U. S. Att'y Charles
Clyne and Wm. O'Conneil, chairman
of the public utilities commission,
left for Washington today to confer
with the interstate commerce -commission.
Thousands of cars of coal are held
in the outskirts, of the city while
mote buildings dally are freezing be
cause the coal supply has run out
and dealers cannot get more.