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TIIE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY. 17, 1015.
NUMBER NEAR 50
TMIRTV-FIVE ON FILE AT NOON,
WITH NUMBER OF OTHER PE
TITIONS STILL OUT.
CHANGE LIMIT TO
FIVE MILES, NOW
Pice-t Refda'e. Local Author,
Among Latest ta Tou Hat in
Ring for Commissioner.
I Mann and the Grand Worthy Secre
jlJUT. beta of Kaewi City, and alao
Pal Grand Wortty PreMdent Frank
K. Herring, and It 1 probable :bat 11
j three will attend. Although the fra-
Iternal dedication of the structure will
be held March 17. tbe building will be
v Z . Z., I RESTRICTIONS ON ACCOUNT OF
March 1. Tee home ! rapidly near-!
in? completion Tbe entire Interior' HOOF AND MOUTH DISEASE
U flnUhed In dark oak. with fumed! ARE MODIFIED.
oak furn!tur and brown rugs. Cle- i
roann & Salztnann have the contract I Make, ,t p0ble for Firmer to Hold
for furnishing Ui home. ... .
CITY ELECTION DATES.
Latt da for IS.ir.j petitions
$i:rf. Feb. 20.
Second registration day for pri-fi'itt-Tuesday,
Primaries Tuesday, March 9.
First reS'Stration day for final
e t'.t or Tuesday, March 50.
ToMnhip election Tuesday,
Second rcQistratioi djy for final
e ect.en Tuesday. April 13.
final city section Tuesday,
On the day of the dedication ner '
cl- a parade through the downtown I
street, wjli held at 2 o'clock In the
afternoon the ceremonies to com
n.r.ro at X From 7 to 9 o'clock in
the evening the bjil.l'ng w '!! be open
Mcdificatlon in the quarantine rules
established to f);?l.t tne hoof and mauth
dlreave was announced today by Dr. S .
to Inspection tr the memrent. after h. Kennedy of Moline. representative
which dancing will be enjoyed in the
ball room until a late hour
DISPLAY MEN NOT
TO PUTON SHOW
STYLE EVENT PLANNED FOR
COLISEUM. DAVENPORT. WILL
i. " Redal local author aa.J '
r,.,-'. t'xl.tr (-'art i ire-rat. ng p-ts- j
t, f'r a, pla no l:ie ballot in lht j
I' :.-irIr. Mjr i r. a rirnriii..ontr. J
V- !:-vlte i a rl known l.:Tary j
r i ). a:, t has a Iar- I'-roti! foil - I
The Trl-CIty Disp'ar Mt ii ;.s.m,c a
tlon ha decided to drop the proposed
tyle show, planned mr this'sprr-g.
Final action was taken to this effect
a; u rpe-ial ni-.-t.n he'd last ;
It" -.timber of can.! dcj for coin
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;v ra. '.-it .'.
a ti e v. ;i. r. a.
It wan found that n definite da'e
p-lit'.onn ul ii.vn bo- I Iro'" "'' coaio no. o- wi""-"
llerirr K-u;cr nrr I r' tut ninsr o: HI" iroiu ui-.ii
r if l:e Srr! Clot.ilr-.i; 't-e
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f .riii'-riv i n fh- :n;V;c'if tl.f
I f-.' r:i mu.. n il
. a ra'.-.4.:i: I: W. N-tu. a
!hnn' are a.vay at the present ttuic
j afd .Im ,uid no: . carr'ed o'-t
t!r p.t ;pr:ji.il in" f.-nt v .i
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ICOLORED STAR I!
ENTERED III aiEET
SOL CUTLER LEAVES FOR CHI
! C A ?, D TO CO"fET l F'KCT
1 REG! VEST EVf.T.
of the tat veterinarian for this lo
cal ty. The cew niline has esi ecial
application to the holding of sales on
fainn. one f which in South Moline
was recently postpone:! because H was '
uithin 11 m'le? -f t'.ie James Glenn
farm la Henry county, where there
had been an outbreak of the disease. I
The limit has now i.een cut from 1(1
' to T. tnilep. fo that it Is believed that'
there is no obstacle to the holding of:
k.nf s in any pnrt of this county. Dr.!
, Krntic'Ir advises those desiring
! h( lj a!es to do s i as quirkly as pos
j P1.!Tifec,ion of the Glenn farm to
, day wiped o'lt the danger which has
' exirted there of a spread to this lo
: raiirr. The destruction of the herds
ti.prf was no ?n:a!I task. There were
; cat and hogs, slaughtered. A
' trenr-'i r.1 fet !n-. 2' feet wide and
S feet dee-. due. The cattle were
' driven into it and hot. Then the
' Iioi followed. Q lUMinie was thrown
'nir t!:e rarcase- and then dirt was
I-li-.'J upon theni
. The next ' Allowed Full Pr.ce.
!uh 1.1 be! T'je owner wi-1 not he a heavy loser
ln his .-to;k I'r in :he standpoint of
jiheir meat-making possibilities, for!
! and cattle w re weighed and a- j
a, ''i c irri :it price in the;
cuv iiKir' ct. Ti. u is more linn '
.-fijlr: '.i!.- uf.iih! !! for here for!
ii a'. Ilow.vcr. ti ' .-e wrr scmei
j i. d :ni:i;iriN a:i' T. hi ca'tle. sev-'
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TO GUARD VISITORS
AT PANAMA FAIR
LEGAL GOPS GRAB
MARTIN RICHARDSON, CHARGED
WITH DAVENPORT SHOOTING
SCRAPE, ARRESTED HERE.
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After All Night Booze Party, Fugitive
Fires at Companion and Makes
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CCAL AtKlC WILL MA-Z STRONG
tFFORT TO LAND O.G YEAR
LY OATH K'NS.
f fjjttl Are AFplirt-J To t-O TO
;?-."3'e!J for ititi iV.sfiug
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t. 'J l;:s; evi .'.ii.f ;il M.-soIl.c t"lu'i!i
Ti.r -e -.and' ij'es w.-.-e 'ven tin' rr. irk
u;.. r ilirr.e. Dm F -h i':".. ti:- J'al
ua .'.it and e elict.t tuut'r decrees
w .!! 1 co'if rre.J on a !a.--s of la c.'i
i;.l. .'.-. i)l::r.ir is to he .-treit a- j
o' iot i.
Miss ISIanche Payson boinjt sworn in
as special oHicer.
. Hit! Quit,
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t-.. Sll' I illT..S
..eii;i!.. :i:..J ii ; m:i
tropls w;!l In-
.Marshall tn jved Jinnday to
i ;- piirciiu.-i-d of Mrs. ,-oj)..:a
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v. ill no 3uhl
li!-T o' ti:e lo
rn !f I a stri'iir i f t!i i.'.;e-
t:;roui;li the'r fir-t oct- .
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Gr..:'..at. T. J.
. V.U'i. .M:r-
r. I arl H-.i'fer. '
.it'. H-an. T!i
ti:e fate meet !
r'aon'' June 1
Acre inrtnicteJ to!
to la.'d tie tiett j
r. ia iu r.
.Mr. and Mr.-. lint's Kiiper and
' rl..l"3,-e:i s-pe:,! Sulia:. at tin irt:se oi
t itarle.-. Kij p-r.
I.lo.il K:ii; .T has b" a very u'l with
Tlie en'i r;air. nif nt and box so. iai
h-.-M at K":er;.ri.-.A school 1'ii.Jay nic'it
v r : aKt ailed a'.d a ijood time
e.:.(,y.tt t.y ah.
Air-. Fred J.elliac fell .Monday morn
i! 'i i n ti.f ky na'.A. nad broke h-r
arm jus; above the ri t. tin arcjuut
of her advanced use it will he sumo
; an- hrforc the recovers.
.Mrs. Ilinry ! I lit ton epent Tuesday
in i".ait"'. visitins with relatives.
IfXCMES FROM THE FARM' M-. S a Simpson has returned
home frot.i a visi; in i'enns) Ivania
with her brothers who re.-lde there.
lirv. y.r. I listener of Cordova will
Kive a 'enure on the subject "Make
Your Mark" at Bethel Baptist church,
Wednesday evening at 7:150 o'clock. i
Mrs. John Itiewerts of Tort Byron j
is visitins at the heme of her daughter j
.Mrs. Kfchard Ashdown. this week.
Berlyn Simpson moved to the farm j
vacated by Krank Marshal! Monday
V 1 la-e
I rac' it e
NEW RULITvG IS MADE 0.N
r tl I be
; of t:;e i: w Lome at
ret ail Fourth a..--i...d
Marc": !T. hut the
e orca"tii;i has not I en
t. ;t.i"i -n wl!t b- extended to
. ;.! Worthy I'riMJ'tl t onrad II.
V.'a-h'n rt"n. P. C. Prb. 17 IncTTie
fr' m fJtm prci-ic:, a-:d crop share ,
rentals mu-t be in. lu l-d la tax re-,
turn of income for the year ia which
they are -o!d for money or a money.'
Cj.Ival'n'. accord. lis to a decision
made p:;'jlic by fomii.i. sioto r cf lu'-r-nal
Revenue (!born. i
V!-.en fnrrn product are hel l f-ir ;
faicrabl markets, the derision sa;.s
no deduct 'on on an-o-jnt 'f shrinkage . and Waidyi I.ces has rented the Gen
in weight or phvMra! value or los-t'S, i ne farm vacated by Mr. Simeon.
bv drtvr'oraii-n will
I San Francisco. Feb. 1
Quit! Here flic ccTiies
Mrieiit, ti feet 4'- inches.
W'cizhl. ."a poup.ds.
! Ace. 11.
S!'.' was iioru in P.'.nta I'.arhara
She i- a 5pcc:;:I policewoman.
Hist! Better be t ar fill even how
, U i-TUlle.
S'.if va.. bora in Santa liarl ara
I She in 3 ypcr!a! V'iccwom.tti.
i Hi.-tl lit ttcr bt; ca.-'-f l! cvui how
I .Miss niiinch layron. 3'V)7 K1I-
uiri-e strut. v ho.e towerinc l,i;i;re
piljihl well cans-; Ja. k Johnson to
turn ral- v. ith terror and preen with
'envy, has been s-a.-i.-ii in as the first
special policewoman in American by.
C'hiif of I'olice W'nite.
i-'he has been d-ta!Ied to the expo-'
sitioti :-quad and will have Toylatui for
her i articular beat. '
On her special policewoman's liadcej
will appear the word.-:: "Special I"o-j
lite. Toyland." j
?.Iii.s I'nyson was born to her work. '
as it were. Siie is the niece of the
late H. V. Martii, for "', years rnief.
of police in Santa Barbara. Also she j
was recommended to her present posi
tion bv William A. 1'inkerton. the I
world famous detective, who wrote, a
personal letter to Chief White .about j
Miss I'ayson. J
thief While sent for .Miss Payson.!
sort of to look her over, but when she!
appe-red well, rhe stands t'i fert 41.-
inches and the chief only stands G
feit 2. ' !
Night Captain Kramer. Detective
Cox and Night Captain Scheutter cf
liavenport this miming at 3:"0 cap
tured Martin Hieaardson. a gunman, j
fleeing from the Davenport police, in
a restaurant at Twenty-second street
and Third avenue. Just two hours be
fore Richardson nhot Henry Challberg,
also cf Davenport, tw ice through j
the arm, in a house at SlO'-i West'
Second street, after a v.iarrel over ti
He told the police here that he came
over on a Bridge line car. He wa:
taken to the station, and after a short
conference told the oHicers that ho
would Kf back to Davenport. Accord
ing to the story told by Chailher?; at
the Davenport police station this
morning at the preliminary hearing,
the quarrel started over a woman.
Four members were in the party at
the time, Richardson and his wife,
C'hallberg and ano'her woman whose
name could not be learned. All f mr
are under arrest. The party had been
drinking all evening, aud Rich
ardson was under tiie influence of li
quor at the time the shooting oc
curred. Pulls a Gun.
At ltf.u in the morning Richardson
and Challberg engaged in a heated
arn'.iment. Richardson became enrag
ed and shouted. "I'll kill you." Chad
berjt cursed him in return, and with
out, warning Richardson drew a "2
calibre revolver and fired four shots
at Ch:i!i''er'T. One but!"t passed
through the fleshy part of the siioul-
der and the other through the wrist,
lo going wide, ("hallbert-; fill to the
i floor, and Richards'-n, after hurling
the weapon across the room, opened
: a window, climbed out en th fire es-
; ca pe "H i di. -appeared. The ponce ;
'were notifr-d and a senicii for Chall-!
il.r's asiai'ant was maclo. loiter it;
w;;s Irarne l that Richardson hail es-!
taped to R -ck Island and the locul H
I poiice wer notified ar ":!li". Half an j
!:nur later they had the man in cus- j
II1 I UMPW JLL3LJ I I lUIH alH!JLJ. J-iJW I UW L
Jm Handling WL
TITo most Important consideration for i!s investment Is that
you should receive FNQL ES I'iONA BI.K SKCI'RITY.
It Is better to analyze closely the safety of your Invest
ment. than to seek an Investment at ti:o high a rata of in
terest. Our interest bearing Certificates of Deposit carry with
them a guarantee of their I'N Q I KSTIONA BI .B SKCI'RITY
and your money investel la them is ready for your Ube at
We pay 4 in teres L
MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK
H. E. Castee!,.President. M. S. Heagy, Vice-President
H. B. Simmon, Cash.
SOUTHWEST CORNER SECOND A VENUE AND EIGHTEENTH ST.
ELECTION OF MEM-
BERS OF BOARD.
A. Clevenstine and Simon Poeht
man Are Out for President
Mcny Petitions Oit.
Ru-hnrilfon is about HO years of aue 1
and formerly lived in this city. The; nej?ardless of the f; ct that the an
police also advance the theory that nexation proposition is to be voted on
he may have been under the influence at the armroachina election, officials of ' Rock Is'and -arsenal as polisher, being
Edward P. Chandler.
News was received here by rela
tives of the death of Kdward I. Chand
ler, which occurred yesterday after
noon at Denver, Col., after a lingering
illness four years with complica
tions. Mr. Chandler left Rock Island
just a week and a half ago goinfc went
for bin health. His brother George,
who made the trip with him, was at
his bedside when the end came.
He was born in Rock Island, May
S. 1SS1 und had lived here all of hi
life. After completing his early edu
cation in the public schixils, he wa
employed for over nine years at the
if depo at the time
A rge of assault with intent to
commit murder was lodged against
Mr. Bishop's art'ele in tiie Febru
ary Scribner gave a very clear in--es-sion
of the "IVrsonality of t'oione!
Uoethals." tiie kind of man he really
is, his outlook m life and thing?. In
the March number Colonel Goethals
begins his own story of how he built
the l'a.iama canal. The narrative is ;
like the man in Its directness and j
ch ar statement of essential facts, i
There is no tine writing here, but it's;
Sears are completing preparations for.
the annual selection of members of.
the village bo-;rd. . j
The terms of Simon Poehlman. pres-1
idem, and W. S. Bate, John Bleu- r and
F. W. Mooney. trustees, expire. Mr.!
Poehlman and Mr. Pate are candidates!
for reelection on the citizen's ticket,
others iiling petitions for nomination !
in that party being William Burnett
and Stanley Norton.
Tiie people's party is also getting
busy. H. A. Clevenstine has been in
duced to get into the race for presi
dent and D. W. Gitt for trustee. Others
are soon to announce their candidacy
and a spirited contest is looked for.
Saturday is the last, day for filing peti
tions. The primary is held March 9
f erred to retire several years ago on
account of his failing health.
lie is survived by his mother, Mr.
Martha Chandler, 111:2 Aiken htreet;
two siptrs. Mrs. Jennie Stapley. Rock
island ami Mrs. James Off ley, Chiraco
an'i one brother, George of Rock Is
land. The Vi'ly will probably arrive In
Rock Island Saturday. Funeral ser
vices wi'l be conducted from the home
of his. brother, George Chandler, 1036
I Sixteenth street.
the kind of writing you'd expect from and the election April 20.
Annexation Removes Officials,
i One of the mm running for oltico In
Scars, today stated that his candidacy
! did not mean that he w as opixised
annexation. He declared that p'-" t
"Oh. really, he was such a nice lit
tie man. she said, laughing v.nea sae, , . , , do slK.h work witn
came aw ay from the interview. j st jy,,, spirit."
If Amazons were fashionrble today, Tne Ffl)rary sport.s Afield is dis
Miss Payson would be a gener-1 in , ;nrtlvelv a maeazine for winter read-
la man big enougn to tnuiK more oi nis
j work than of himself, broad enough to
j appreciate the cooperation of those
j who helped to make the canal a suc
i cess. '-Those who looked into the
"'"'" "a for the annual election had been taken
were competent to judge p.greod In . . ,
.' . ' , ,,as usual in order to provide olheiuis
the assertion that the team work and.. ,, . ., , V. , ..
- . , , , . . ., 1 for Stars, in the event that annexation
the esprit de corps developed in the . .... ... , , ., -,-
. 7 , ! lis defeated. Snould the proposition
organization have never been fur-1 -,-
! , , to join tiie two communities carry, the
JjaSS-eil, ll'l .II1.1IIJ ninri ivauo v. ...
i ki . l,lllaoe
llieillneivc-s lliuuu c-l uriuiifiiii ij a.
Tiie funeral of William Henry Rund,
JL'-day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
Bund. "110 Twentieth avenue, wa
held this iifi'-rnon at '2 o'clock. Burial
was in Calvary cemetery.
pioin er of Henry
election would be void and the
officials named he automatically removed.
DIXON & MOELLER
Can be reached at all hours. Office
2030 Fourth avenue, i,i the Eagle'
Home. Office phore, R. I. 380.
Residence phones, 3250 and 818.
tjai.'.i. the 3-riou3 sickness so
. cW to follow an ailment of the
d:?r.stive orpans, Liloasnesa
or inactive bowels, you can rely
en the bi5t known corrective
Ccs'. of ftock purchased for resa'e
i an allowable deduction, but that of
stock for brcedir-R p irpo;- !s regard
ed as capita! Invested and not as an
a lo able deduc'-n. except when such
-tck dl! of disease or Is d.troyeJ
wlthou; retaration by order of stale
cr federal authorities. Cost of tools
may be deducted, but not that of fartn
A "rca'orjblc allowance far depre
ciation" will be allowed on farm build-Ins-s
other than the owner's dwelling,
on farm machinery and other physical j
1 the army. She :s or a v.gorous ijpe' You sense this as vcu glance at
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Mr. and Mrs William R McConnell -ana carries ii.tmh ua..- a ,,he front cover I)age a lordly moose
are both reported to be verv low- and Not like a Polf'tf""". even though she j cr;.s,,lng through the snow-covered
are gradually siting weaker from the! ls one' but ,ik? a, siol(5:er' Mle was winter woods, chased by a pack of
effects of ace Their daughter. I Mailed to Toyland because so many y pauU tiruber woiVOs. Winter
A "Mide In the I". S. A. Industrial
Mrs. I.. ilia MK'all who recently ar
rived from western Iowa and Mrs. S.
I j. Woodman of Coe township, are
contan'lv at the bedside.
The t'oo. Township Improvement
league will have a meeting Friday eve
nine. Feb. 19.
Mr. and Mrs. John I.ipoardt of Hills
dale spent Wednesday al the Charles
Join Harbin reicntly sold some
fine blooded hogs lo the Watertown
! women and children will be there, re
quiring help and protection.
EUGEf-.'ICS SUiT IS SETTLED
Preach of Promise Case Defendant
Agrees to Pay Damages.
Reading, Pa. A breach of promise
suit of pretty Xeeda Eisman of this
c:ty. against Charles Lfeberman ot
Philadelphia, ended when Judge Wag
ner directed a verdict for the defend
ant ahd by agreement of counsel lor
Mr nnil fr Vincent Vdrrnn und
exposition" to re held in the Grand ,-hlidren of Geneeo. visited Friday at Oo,h i-:&erman win maKe a
tVntral palace. New York. March 6-13. 1 ne Gfrp0 jiruncr home. They will j tlement w ith Miss Eisman. The
lh latest development in tn na- ,hort'v move to their new home. a l was ,or ,v ' "amages.
j i iif iiu-miui uct iai fu nut tnr uau
tlon-wlde movement to popularize and j
tlif fharipft W.-ikp farm
n.rffl.f..fiitr th'.ih the "Made in .n t i- r r triTii i been at all times wt lmg to marry the
the V. S. A.." slogan or national trade; jjerwent an operation Tuesdav roorn
mark and Increase American Industry
in Cold Water
ing at the Moline City hospital. The
operation was successful.
Rl'l Rone will pive a lecture at the
M. V. A. hall at Hillsdale Tuesday
evening, March 2, In the fourth and
last numbers of the lyceum lecture
course. He comes ery highly recommended.
The Jolly Fourteen "club of yotrn?
people of Hi'lsdale issued Invitations
to all the yonjt people of this vicin
ity to a valentine party at the M. V.
A. hall Monday evening. A very large
crowd enjoyed a Jolly good time and
pronounced them good entertainers.
Thelma. the 6-year-old daughter ot
Mr and Mrs. Fred Parker passed away
at the home of her parents in Coe
townshio cf pneumonia last Saturday.
She was an on'y child and the life
and sunshine of her pirents hearts.
Fnneral service were held at Hills
dale M. K. church Monday at 1:30
o'clock. Rev. Mr. Rail officiating with
burial at Mount Maria cemetery. They
Ihare the heartfelt sympathy of the
entire community. ,
defendant, providing any reputable
physician would give him a certificate
of absolute health.
The defendant's side of the story
waa very Interesting, for he not only
told of the romance of ther courtship
but he mingled It with a goodly por
tion of the uncomfortable things that
were "pulled" on him by "some of my
good friends," particu'arly a story of
his arrest, while at Miss Eisman's
home, planning the honeymoon.
The London Mail, which libeled (so
the court decided! Mark Hambourg
by calling him a German, has had to
pay $5,000 to a Ixindon actress in a
libel suit. The London Mail, which is
jand the wolf are again brought to your
attention in the frontispiece a pic
ture of Nebrasga sport. You'll get '
thrills a-plenty out of Sunset Camps :
and Trails, for there's "something do- !
ing" in almost every paragraph. An t
unusually strong story of pioneer life I '
in The Panther of Rocky Creek, by 1 J'le ar '"
. . i t i .i. . leaflets of
t naries .-vskoo-. iiikioiis m nor ;
White mountains is told with a natur-f
alness that cannot fail to hold the '
reader's attention; while Doctor Fort,
fn his Around the Camp-fire, gives you ;
about as much information and enjoy-:
ment s any one could well pack into;
five magazine pages. Other interest- j
ing features are: The Muskrat at!
Home, The Australian Wiid Turkey, In
a Louisiana Swamp, Bats in New Mex
ico, and an article on Sport Afieid ia
Florida, which cannot fail to delight
I PERSONAL POINTS tl
Dr. .1. M. Shannon of Pittsburgh, j
Pa., is the guest of his son. J. P. Shan- ;
niii They will leave this evening for !
Rochester, Minn, to visit the Mj
Ixmdon liis org.irrzed the "Never
Forget League." Its purpose is to
aid soldiers and sailors who ft .id
themselves out of employment when
is over. Thirtv thousand
the organization have been
distributed, and 15.000 persons have
already prorofsed to wear the purple
ribbon of the league, binding them
selves to support the
turii from the front jm
they are supporting them now.
e. binding them- .
the men who re- j 11
just as loyally as &J
he news all the time Tiie
Thursday. Feb. 18
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War has made very little change in
the aspect of the 310 public schools
of Berlin, which continue their educa
tional work without interruption. Of
the 5.600 men teachers a large per
centage was 'called to the colors and
of them over 100 have been kifled or
have died of their wounds. Their
places in the schools have been taken
for the most part by temporary sub
stitutes, many of thorn women, but
In some cases it has been found-necessary
to combine classes. The high
schools ar,d the university students
a small weekly paper, and has nothing j were of military age and cxany high
to do with the D.ii'y Mail or the Mill
published a paragraph hinting at mis.
rond'M-i on the part of an actress,
whose nme it did not mention. The
artrers asserted that the paragraph
referred n her and asked - damages.
The Jury awarded her $S.l00.
All the news ail the time The
school bovs enlisted as volunteers.
The total number of students entered
at the university Tcr tbe current win
ter term was 8,035 inslead of over
10,000 as In times of peace. Women
students number 900, about the tame
figure as usual.
Otters are used by the natives in
some parts of India to catch fish.-
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'.'HiA-'-;";:iy "My couh has ceaW. Pernna did .
:lTekd? ' Mr. Mck iraue. Ixdaware. Ind.
3 'i-X'-jQ. -r "Peruna cured rue of i: verv bml cold."
"Peruna cured me of ti very bml cold."
Mr. C. liappy. Hardin, Mo.
"Perona hKS entirely cured in of ca
tarrh." Mr.Johu Kelimitt,3711'hUadelpbia
A ve.t Cham bera burg, Pa.