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Flcxico Missouri Message
John Beat. Editor
Womfn outnumber mm In both New
Tors, and Philadelphia,
Concerning that Red Sox victor?,
rhy not drop It? Furdgra did.
That restored Venu of Milo rroves
to be a southpaw with good curve.
They ay the new ten dollar Mil l
a work of art, but It can't bo lit that
A baby wn
born In New- York on
Starting life pretty
pen for liver
swindler fold dried
;i1ls. Probably Just as
llRtiter." Holler sl;
bo.- bi hind to push.
lire to become
li s next and a
Ixmdon Is shocked over the way tht
uruisn nation is inning to kuiii cnc
Ing. Hut they stick to It.
Medical eclenre Is constantly dlscov
rliiK hundred of new reason whj
people should call In tho doetor.
Before ordering your split pea noup
you hould patriotically Inquire If the
pea wa spilt In Germany or America
A London specialist say that mod
ern dre Is killing women. Yet mot
women desire their gown to bn kill
ing. According to a scientist, all
will be baldheaded In fiOO year,
a cinch they will If they live
Somebody claim to have discovered
black snow In the Alps Hut any win
ter he can find a lot of It In Pitta
burgh. Tlants and vecetablos are to
raised by electricity. As far as fruits
are concerned, we already have elec
A New York man wa robbed of
hi pearl necklace, worth $30,000. on
an ocean liner. Where was his
Women certainly are obstinate crea
tures. One In Boston Ib contesting
the dictum of three courts that de
clared her dead.
Our pupils are found to be weak In
the three R s The old fashioned
spelling bee might profitably bo re
vived, it seems
Kipping is forbidden In public placet
In Switzerland Undoubtedly on tin
ground that there is more than enough
danger there without it
An eastern man wrote tragedy and 1
the manager turned it Inio a comedy
It la but a step from the sublime tc
the ridiculous, cfter all.
Chlnese women are said to hav
the most beautiful complexions In th
world. Still. It depends on whethes
It la orientally considered.
Now the German scientists have -li.
covered a mean of producing V.ln
clal milk Why not Invent a v--y 'J
prow eggs on the egg plant.
I men would have netted the govern-
"Resolve to live a hundred yean ment fi 50 ,"00 if stamps had been
and you can do It." says a St. Lou'l ! affixed.
physician Put the majority of goj I
resolutions are broken In a thort time Would Kill Wilson, Is Held.
' Colorado Springs. Colo. Declaring
There used to be made in this '.oun that he wHl kill President-elect Wil
try copper toed the." s that the smal 1 son if he ever gets a chance John
boy could not kirk out
Ah. tboe wire happy
in one month
days for par
It.fiit.tile j.ara'.ysis has (f.p'.ared '
Bir.ong the Jki.'i.es in AlatK.'i. The
bickwp.rd races trus-t often B:t down
ind wonder w he; Per civilization r ally
PhysicianR are r.ow discussinj
whether incurables thould be killed
Which brings up the question: "How
can physicians agree ou who are In
An eighteen-pound lobster haa beet
caught In Ixug Island Sound. Still, 1
chorus girl can catch a bigger on
than that on Broadway auy day li
In Baltimore a police Justice hai
arranged mlirors In bis court room st
that drunks and disorderlies will havi
to see themselves Justice should
have a little pity
To be nimple and to bo without
guile Is to triumph over all. Is then
not the rase of the young w oman w he
when congratulated upon the qualit)
and s;r-ngth of her perfumery sale)
that hhe was glad he had noticed ltl
A London gentleman, opposed to tip
ping, let his wbiskirs grow rathei
than benow a honorarium upon the
tontorial arti.-t Wonder if the new
Btyle whiskers have anything tc
do wit' this latter day crusade against
It Is doubtful if Andre de Kouqui
eres will tu ceed In his announcec
purpose to persuade us to dress aft
esr the French fashion, since American
men have a rooted prejudice agalnsi
wearing corn's and hoopsklrts with
their frock ecus
TO AVERT STRIKES
ARBITRATORS IN ENGINEERS'
DISPUTE ASK LAWS TO SAFE
30,000 GAIN PARTIAL VICTORY
General Increase on All the Roads
Held Not Warranted Morriiaey
Intimate Fight Will Ce Re
newed on May 1 Next.
WaKhing'on. Thirty thousand
motive engineers ou fifty two Ea
railway gain a partial victory in (lielr
denu.ud for more wages jtnlr.- tho
ward announced by the board of i,r
bitration In it decision, however, the I nard
holds that the public, which had no
voice In the controversy jnd no c hoice
hut to aM.lo by the decision, had more
at stalls than cither engineer or rail
roada, and the report emphasizes the
oeceKtHty of plans to safeguard the
public against tho ttnssibility of a fu
ture strike, whose consequences it de
pict In somber vein.
"It would be difficult to oaggera'e
the serloiii.riess of such a ci'arni'y,"
rends she report. "It la safe n siy
that the large cities of the ICai-.t. would
8nd the supply of many urticl. of
food exhausted within a week. Of so
Important u commodity as milk, they
would have no more than a day's sup
ply. If a strike or the character 1 ist
ed only a single week. th suffering
would lie beyond our power of descrip
tion. Hie Interest of Uie public
far ex-eed those of the parries to a
controversy .is to render ho former
paramount. To this paramount inter
est both the rallroaii operator and
the employes should submit. "
To place such a strike beyond t'iP
realms if probability, the hoard advo
cates the creation or federal and state
wape cmninsiotiH. These cominls
sirns. the board surgesis, should be
vested with practically the same pow
crs over organized labor m public
utilities commission now e xercine
aver cjuast i ublic eorprrations.
"It is the belief of thM lw.ird," con
tinues the decision, "that In the last
.dialysis the oi.'v solutlo': i8 to qua UTy
the principle of free n tru.i ;..
From this suggestion, P. H. Morris
fey, the representative of tlx; eniji
ueers on tho noard, dissents.
While the award increased wages
an some railroad and for some class
es of servi. e, it holds that a gone ral
increase on all roat's is no, vnrrained.
The. award dates Inck ti May 3 last,
and will nold for one ve.tr from tl-at
Morrissoy representing the engineers
already ha Indica'ej doubt as to it3
renewal. In the r.ist, Willi several
notable exceptions, tin contracts be-
tween the roads and t'ae engineers
have been renwed annually.
Free Mail Cost $3,250,000.
Washington. Statistics compiled by
the poftoffice department show that
:ampaign documents sent through the
mails postage free during the last
I rampaisn by senator and conemm.
t ohan, a one-armd man, arrested
here, is beir.s held by tho local pi!:re.
If not wanted by th- roverrinent. his
mental coudi'on v. ill b. eximinel.
Mexican Ambassador to Retire.
Me;co CTy Manuel (Mini will
rej-ipn po:tion as Mexican an.bas.
ador to the fni;ed S'a'.-s iai!y s,,.t
'"'r- a c-rd:t:a to aa ani.oun -erneut
ly j-ore.i-'u Minister I-as Curain.
tior an ro w i.l devote his tinr
Nebraska Prairie Fire.
Kimball, Ni-b. A prairie fire or!g
mating in Banner county. Neb., swept
icroas the whole north part of Kim
ball county. It was started by a
:hreehing outfit, and fanned by a S0-mJle-anhoe.r
gale, was checked with
Progressive Senator Win.
New York Henrv U-.l.,,.. ji
j.ue ior siaie senator ou the J'ro.
sressive ticket in a New York city
iistrict at the recent election, was
lec-ted by a plurality of votes, it
ippean-d with the completion of the
j ( hicago. tirover Nielson, structural
j ron workei, e.mple.yeij 0 a ,ui,jjri?
.in course 0f con.-miction, pli,:,;;.-j
iine siuricb and suiured u l,rok ;1 in-
:I f.ngf r.
Two Killed in Wreck.
Alexandria, La. Pai-sengers on a
l'exas k Pacific express e-se-aped cl-atb.
lien the tr.im trashed into to locu
notives pushing a Southern Pacific
iijglt, mar here. 'I'm trainmen
ere killd nnd to others were hurt
Pension for Canalejas' Kin.
Madrid The ducal title and on
)ual pfns:oii of $ti.U00 were conferred
m the family of the late Premier a-lalt-jas,
who wu assassinate! on No
vember 12 King Alfonso haa signed
t roval riucrtM to this effect
OLD WALL OF CONSTANTINOPLE
1'h's ia a part of the ancient wall that atlll eucloses a groat part of
Cons'antinopie. but which, despite Its maslTeuews. wotild offer little re
slstirce ta modern artillery. It wu built la the fourth century and extend
from the Sea of Marmora to the Ooldeu Horn.
61.377.COO POUNDS FRANKED BY
Postmaster General Hitchcock Has
Long Urged Restrictions to Pre
vent Great Waste.
Washington, I). ('. Political cam
paign material transmitted free of
IHintage throuuh the mails accounted,
according In postofl'lce depart ment rec
ords, for tin; difference between a
postal surplus and a postal deficit for
the hist fiscal year, ( tiding June 30.
An account of franked mail for
warded for congress, the executive
departments ami other government es
tablishments shows that poMnge at
the ordinary' rale on this matter would
have netted the government nearly
$2(i.()im.nn0. About $:'.,":.u.oo of this
would have been paid 011 pollteal doc
uments. The postal service handled durlni?
the year "1 0.2 lO.nnii pieces of franked
mail, weighing t;i,P,77,f'00 (Kiunda
This was .1.8 per cent of the total
weight of all domestic mail carried
All Politcal Documents.
During the presidential and congres
sional primary campaign In tho last
quarter of the fiscal year, as disclosed
by comparison with tho amounts of
free matter Bent during correspond
ing periods of previous years, an ex
traordinary atuouut of franked matter
was sent through the mails at public
This matter consisted ot politcal
speeches, reports and documents of
all kinds and even of one complete po
litical c;ii!.puign book, all of which
had been made technically frankablo
by insertion in the CongresHkinul
I It is compute d that the total weight
j of this Hanked matter was between
' 7.0iii,i)oo and S.0W1.OOO pounds, all of
i which was transmitted aa first-class
c ' in :neti inir u;x'n tliesft figures,
roMm.isl'r tl neral Hitchcock, who
, hah long urged t hat restrictions should
, bo thrown nroiiiid the use of the
j franking privilege, said:
HtHSlON FUn EX-,RcSIDENTS
Carnegie to Relieve Future Former
Executives from Pecuriary Care
Widow Provided For.
New York, N. Y. Future ex-Presidents
of the United Stales are to be
pjifcioned In the sum of 5,000 each
annurflly by action o th-- Carnegie
Corporation of New York The grant
is provided for with the idea ot ena
bling former executives of the nation
to devote their unique knowledge,
gained !n public affairs, to the public
good, free from pecuniary rate. A
sin iiur amount is to be paid widows of
ex pri sidents as long us tey remain
The pensions uie. to be promptly ot
tered to the 1 x ire sidenls or their
wiclows, so thut no application will he
required from them. Payment is to
be continued as long as the reeipii uts
"remain unprovided lor by . the gov
ernment." j Found Dead in Mill Pond.
j I'rovidi nee, it. I The body of Miss
; Norn Garvin, ih-u-.-htcr of former Gov-
ernor Garvin, was found iu the mill
Iond ulsjut a nib- from her home at
Lonsdale, li is believed she commit
Says Shooting of Mother Accident.
Burkbille, Ky. James Wells, 21
years old, was arrested here on the
charge of shooting his agi d mother, ,
Mrs. Su.-i.in Capps. Wells admitted
shooting the woman, but claimed it
waa an accident.
173 HELD IN U. NET
GOVERNMENT STARTS RAID ON
VENDERS OF MEDICINES.
New Move Follows Ruling That Fake
Cures Are Largely Immune
Under Pure Food Laws.
Washington, D. C. With a drag
net out for every kind of "quack"
doctor using the mails und manufac
turers of Illegal remedies, the United
States department of justice ordered
the arrest of 173 persons iu 12 cities
In 22 states.
The government officials had made
careful preparation to begin whole
sale arrests simultaneously, and re
ports of those wanted being taken, be
gan to come in almoiii as toon ua word
had gone out to proceed.
Attorney fleueral WU Uersbara start
ed tho machinery of tho department
of Justice last spring against makers
and distributers of "quack" medicine
and others and, after secret Investiga
tion, partly directed to ascertain if an
association existed anioni; those treat
ing maternity cases, ordered the
wholj;ale arreBts. Simultaneously
action was taken to prevent suspected
persons Informing others and making
possible their escape.
Postmaster General Hitchcock has
been accumulating eviikniee for
months and insiwctors have been in
vestigating the activltiep of all med
lral advertisers in tho various news
papers throughout the country. It
win understood that chemists of the
department of agriculture have been
co-operatinK In the gathering of evi
dence for tho crusade.
Practically all of the indictments,
it was admitted, either charge the
sending of objectionable matter
through the mails or usiii the mails
BANK GETS A RECORD LOAN
Mutupl Life Furnishes Continental of
Chicago Six Million Dollars for
Chicago. 111. A new record for
big loans in the West was establitlied
when announcement was made that
negotiations were closed for the Con
tinental and Commercial National
bank to borrow $0,0tm,0iH) from tho
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance
The money is part of $12,000,000 to
be useel in the erection of a new bank
building which will be the largest in
HYDE FORCED BANK TO LOAN
J. G. Robin, Bank Wrecker, Tells of
Former New York City Cham
New York, N. V. Joseph G. Rob
in testitied at the trial of former City
Chamberlain Charles 11. Hyde that
Hyde by his control of city deposits
forced the Northern bank to loan thv
CarncL'ii; Trust company $l:i0,0oo
whin the hirer institution was about
to collars, late in I'.iln.
Stcrk Visit Duke Palace.
New York.--About the happie at man
in New York Pi Jatt.es it. Imke, to
bacco iiiaumite. His wife presented
h:ni with a baby gill. It is Mr. fluke's
lint child and comes to him in his
ftfty t-.ev.-ith year.
May Call Off Turkey Sale.
Indianapolis, Bid. Mayor Samuel-A.
Shank is suffering from lumbago and
it is likely he will have lo call off his
"turkey at-eost" iu his personally con-
ducted sale at the city market, sched-
uled for next week.
TURKS TURN DOWN PHCE
PORTE ORDERS COMMANDER TO
Invader bombard Tchataldja Fare
Rakad by Shall Fir Naval
Constantinople. The Ottoman gov
ernment haa rejected the terms
offered by the allied llalkan na
tions. Nazim Pasha, the Turkish com
mander In chief, has been ordered to
The official announcement reads;'
The Porte, Onding the Bulgarian con-,
ditons for an armistice lnacceptable,
has ordered Nazlin Pasha to reaume
Battla Renewed at Tchataldja.
Constantinople. The buttle at
the Tchataldja lines was resumed
following the rejection by Turkey of
the Halk.ui allies' terms for an armis
tice. Cannonading was reopened with
great violence and Ib plainly audible
Terms Not Proposed as Ultimatum.
Sofia. The term for an arm
lstico proposed by tho Unitarians
arc in no way in tho nature ot an ul
timatum according to official circles
here. It Is open to the Turkish gov
ernment to make counter proposals.
Naval Battle Fought
Semlin, Hungary. An Ottoman
naval victory In the Dlaek sea
was reported here from Turkish
sources, and a Bulgarian success in
the same engagement was claimed la
dispatches from Sofia.
The Turkish version was that four
Bulgarian' torpedo boats attacked the
Turkish cruiser Haniidieh oft Varna
and that two of them were Bunk and
the other badly damaged. The Bul
garian story wa that the Haniidieh
was sent to the bottom.
SCHRANK IN 0SHKUSH ASYLUM
Commission Unanimously Finds Man
Who Shot Roosevelt Is Unable
to Plan Defense.
Oshkosh, Wis. John Schrank,
who shot Colonel lloosevelt, was
placed in the northern insane asylum
The commission of alienists iuves
tigatiug as to his mental conditon re
ported unanimously that ike is inaane.
Schrank was ordered to be commit
ted to tho northern insano hospital
by Judge Backus, after a dozen wit
nesses had offered testimony in con
nection with the shooting of CoL
The conclusions reached by tho
commission are as follows: ,
"John Schrank is suffering from iu
tane dilisUin. grandiose in character
and of a symtemai Izei' variety.
"In our opinion hu is insane at the
"On account of tho connection exist
ing bet wen his delusions and the
act with which lie stands charged, we
are of the opinion he Is unable to con
fer intelligibly with counsel on the
conduct of his defense."
SUGAR FIRM SUED BY U. S.
$119,080 Under Valuation la Charged
in New York Suit Criminal
New York. Suit was brought
in the United States dlBtrict
court by De'puty Assistant Attorney
General Runyon ou behalf of the gov
ernment for the recovery from tho
Federal Sugar Refining company of
$119,080.98. The government alleges
under valuation of 420 cargoes of Im
ported sugar. Whether criminal ac
tion is also to be brought was not
Personal service of the complaint
was obtnined on President C. A.
Sprinkles of the company. The of
fenses complained of cover a period
between 1902 and 190S.
FAMILY SLAIN WITH AN AXE
Three More Are Sacrified as Cult Vio-
tims in Mississippi Is Theory
' of the Police.
Philadelphia, Miss. The bodies
of William Waluisley, his wife
nnd 4-yeur-oId child, were found in
their home here. All had been mur
dered with an axe.
Tho police believe they were vic
tims of the "sacrifice sect," to which
they were reported to belong.
Clementine Barnabet, high priest
ess of the cult, who admitted taking
eighteen lives, 1 iu prison at Lafay
Sane Chrlitma Society.
Chicago. Resolutions condemning
the Christmas custom of bartering
gifts placed the Sane Christmas asso
ciation of Chicago on record as advo
cating tho abolition of the present-day
exchange of presents. The associa
tion wan formed by women who are
pledged not to give costly Christmas
Three Railroads Indicted.
Chicago The federal grand jury
f nind Indictments jiralnst the Lnke
Shore & Michigan S.nitliern, the Big
Four railroad, the Chicago & Indiana
Southern railroad and tho O'Gunt Coal
Bathtub Criminal Trial in January.
Washington The retrial of the
criminal anti-trust suit against the so
called "bathtub trust" will he called
at Detrot In 'January, according to
present plans. The first trial resulted
in a disagreement ot the Jurr.
COON HUNT AT MOBERLY ENDS.
Crowd Breaks Camp and 8eek Dis
penaera of Political Patronage.
Moberly. After two nights and
three days of hllarVsus sport at the
lair of the poosum and coon eight
Miles east of Moberly, the Moberly
footi Huntera club broke camp and
the members and many of the guests
returned to Moberly, where the huat
era turned their attention to political
game. Senator Stone, Representative
Kucker and other patronage distrib
uters were eagerly sought for. It I
not known how many political posi
tions, If any, were promised during
the coon hunt, but It I conceded that
the outing waB arranged In order that
patronage huntera might meet the
WILL TEACH NEW COURSES.
University Girl Will Study Art of
Country Home Making.
Columbia. A home makers' school
for girls 1 the answer of the Univer
sity of Missouri to the problem of
bow to keep the girls on the farm.
The preparation of food, dressmak
ing, nursing, poultry raising, dairying
and horticulture will be studied In a
leven-weeks course to begin January
Professor believe the secret of
keeping the boys on the faraa Uea la
leacblag them to be skilled farmeta,
and in showing them that there la
mere to It than mere manual 1
To Dfecuse Country Life.
Vandalla. The social aexl ecoaonilo
Intercuts of country lUe wUl be dis
cussed at Vandalla by notable iinl
rrs en November 38 and December 1
tad 2. Country schools, country
churches, good road, farm co-opera-!lon
and better crops will be thi;
theme on these three days. The speak
ers are to be Dr. A. Boss Hill, reel
lent ot tho University of Missouri;
Dr. Moses Breeze of Wisconsin; VroC
Harold W. Fogt of Kirksville, Mo.;
Itev. Clarence E. Hatfield of Hoberg,
Mo., and Rev. Charles King of Louis
iana, Mo. Dr. Warren II. Wilson of
Sew York will preside.
Warsaw Gets K. of P. Meeting.
Rich Hill. The second semi-annual
neellng of the Eleventh district of
Missouri K. of I. lodges, comprising
Bates, Vernon, Henry, Cedar and Beu
ion counties, was held In Castle hall
f Rica Hill lodge, No. 69. Delegates
rrom all lodges In the district were In
attendance. Speeches were made by
loseph J. Crites, G. C. C. of Kolla;
John II. Holmes, G. K. G. K. of It. and
3. of St. Louis, and J. R. Doris. O. I.
? of Nevada. Warsaw was selected
a the convention seat for the next
meeting iu April, 1913.
Arrest In Trln Wrecking.
Mokane. Theodore I louxendender,
ged 50, formerly a patient Iu an in
tune asylum at Anna, III., was placed
in jail here charged with an attempt
lo wreck a passenger train on the
Vlissouri, KansaB & Texas railway at
Editor Freed of Shooting.
Moberly. J. N. Hamilton, editor of
!he Huntsvlllo Herald, who wa
;harged with shooting Kditor Van
Davis of the Huntsville Times two
month b ago, was acquitted here. The
jury was out ten minutes.
Oldest Fulton Native.
Fulton. Claire F. Kouns, who lives
lortlieatt of Mokane, believes he ia
j die old'-st persou living who was born
, :n Fulton. Mr. Kouns was at Uie
j Democratic rally in Fulton rceuG7
md registered as a voter in 1850.
j Cadets Have Co-Eds Guessing.
Columbia. Sorority girls of tho Unl-j.-ersity
of Missouri nre wondering who
! sill be chopen t ponsora for the uul
1 ,-eraity cnd"ts. Officers of the eight
j sompaiiies have decided to pick eight
' to-eds, one for each company.
Prairie Chickens Back After 30 Years.
Fulton. Prairie chickens are return
ing to their old haunts in Boone, Au
Irain nnd Callaway counties. Thirty
rears ego the chicken was plentiful
icte, but the settlement of the coun
try drove the bird away.
Resist Arrest, Slain by Marshal.
Trenton. 'Jack Griffin, 32 years old.
nas shot and killed by Marshal
Seorge Dunn of Trenton, following ar
'est. Griffin had raised a disturb
ince and Dunn was called to arrant
aim. Griffin resisted.
Reward for Missing Banker.
Jefferson City. Gov. Hadley offered
1 reward of 'JO0 for the arrest of H.
kl. Smith, formerly cashier of tho
Sank of HolBtein, Warreu county,
vho Is accused of the embezzlement
Treasurer Deal Name Chief Clerk.
Jefferson City. F.dwin P. Deal of
"Miarleston, state treasurer-elect, on
jounced the appointment of J. C. Hus
lell of Fast Prairie, a brother of Con
tressmau Joseph Russell, as bis chicl
Prisoner Singed in Calaboose Fire.
Netlyville. The calaboose at Neely.
ille, seventeen miles from Poplar
Bluff, was destroyed by fire, said to
.ave been started by the lone prisoner
n it. His bair was burned oft before
AFTER HE HAD COUNTEoThg
His Companlona Safe, Ph.ian., ,..
Man W.a C.tl.tt.J .. '-'"'J
.... w..,.,,cu 1 nat Me Ha
Really Shot Buck.
Thomas Martlndaln ihi m ,
phla mooBe hunter, said, apron,!!.
w"'"B i me aeer Season
"Buck fever Is a strange dwv.
...o .ui.iu 111 11 uoes Bomo remari.
able things. ark
"A Phlladelchlan wa rlnoi- i
In Maine. He shot four or five shou
iuio a mica copse, and then nf
"'All of you come out of th,
"Half a dozen sportsmen Kbu
irom uie copse nurrieuiy.
"'Are you all out?' said the pnia
aeipnian. jne, iwo, three, f,
Where's Jake? Oh, there you are
jane. Are you an out, sure?'
ies, uiey answered. 'We're aH
out; tne whole party s out.'
"'Hurrah, then!" shouted the phii
delphlan. 'Hurrah! I've M,t
Frontier Medical List.
In good old frontier days citur rll
was tne principal medical b, ver.ize
good full measure, too. Only 1 1 1 . -
gest person could hold a whole d"sc
one-half a tlipperful, with half a dip.
periui or acw urieans inolassi's add
ed to belp slick It down and malm it
taste good, only it uidn t taste good.
In those historic days every old wom
an was a doctor and gathered hrr own
"yarbs" In the woods and knew 1k,w
to mix up medical messes that would
I stir the vitals ot a brass monkey or
a cast Iron dog. All backwoodsmen
believed In "yarb" doctors. Sonethir,i
in yarns, at mat.
Turkish Counting of Time.
Through the center of the inosqu,
of St. Sophia runs the theoretiral
meridian which gave the Turks true
local time one hour and fifty six min
utes fifty-two seconds fast on (ireon
wich until, two year ago, the n,.
government fell In with the standard
ytem of time zones, and came into
the eastern European rone, exactly
two hours ahead of Greenwich time
For religious purposes, however, 12
o'clock always happens at sunset. ,UU)
noon thus wnnders with the s.usens
all round the clock. Westminster
Mr. Hall Roomt! Billboards ar
Landlady They don't worry teii.e
people I know, half as much as beurj
"When I saw Speeelem today he us
on the qui Vive."
"What make is that?"
"How would you describe tin se 1 ft
ters of a chiropodist?"
"I'd cIiibb them as foot notes ''
Not the Same.
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Before marrying u poet a go! s!;e'.'d
have her appetite nmpu'at.-.l
Ready to serve with""',
further cooking by aJiu
cream or milk.
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"The Memory Lingers"
Portum Cereal Co , Ltd.
Battle Cieck. Mich.
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