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n 11 . i iVJ I I ill I a-VY I ; 1 t yj El i The nickel cigar has made its reappearance in the loop district of Chicago. The rainiest spot on earth is the Waipo Val ley in Hawaii. The precipitation averages one inch a day. The University of Maine faculty recently sus pended fifty-six sophomores for hazing which consisted of a paddle gauntlet for freshmen. Senators will use the famous "marble room" adjoining the Senate chamber as a lounging place. The chamber is to be barred to visitors. The accident rau s in coal mines of England, France, Belgium. Germany, Austria and Japan are much lower than in Vmerica because all the miners in one mine speak the same language. So the public will knew them and as an ad ditional punishment, the Chief of Police of Jua rez ordered the heads of all pickpockets shaved when culprit are released from prison. Every Saturday afternoon at the American post in Samoa, the civil prisoners are granted parole until fix m Monday. Many of the prisoners spend their week-end visiting relatives. The money that American women spend on jewelry, feminine foibles and beautiriers in gen eral during one year would pay either half the interest on the national debt or the entire appro priation for the Navy, including new ship con struction. All needy residents oi Mutkegon, Michigan, who are out of work are being given aid by the city. The city loans the funds, taking a note payable on demand without interest. At a recent meeting of the Entomological So ciety of America a scientist itated DC found a small tribe of Mono Lake Indians which cattghl and dried a ton and a half of caterpillars in I Mason for food. A giri fourteen years of age was brought be fore a New York court as a truant from school. The girl proved that she was married and the court ruled that a housewife is not required to attend school regardless of her age. Fifty thousand dollars in notes, bank stock and currency were uncovered by a farmer in Illinois who was harrowing corn stalks in a field. Safeblowers had buried the loot there the pre vious week. Thieves stole the lightning conductors from the twin towers of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. The conductors were topped with plati num worth nearly fourteen thousand francs. The thieves worked seven hundred feet from the ground and are supposed to have been steeple jacks. Fig Tree John, an aged Indian hunter who guided Fremont through the West on his expe dition to the Pacific Coast, receives from the government every nve years a new blue suit with brass buttons similar to those worn by the Amer icans in Fremont's time. In 1845 he expressed a wish that he be paid for his services in that naimer as long as he lived. Opium disguised as sausages was recently -tied on a steamship at Brooklyn during a nar cotic raid by internal revenue agents and police. The searchers were unrewarded until one of Them cut open a frankfurter and discovered Opium instead of ground meat. Gates to the White House grounds were Opened under the Brat order issued by Warren (, Harding u President of the United States hav i in Closed to the public since early in 1917 when the United States severed relations with Gertnany. A different odor for every frock is the latest fashionable idea of Parisian dressmakers. A pink creation should ff1Y OUt the delicate scent of rose;, while lily of the Valley is considered more appropriate for white gowns. The scent is sewed into the seams of the frock. The mystery of the missing ballo m of the United States Xavy that landed near Moose Fac tory was cleared up when it became known that Ojibway Indians had divided the huge hag into ten sections from which they made several Canoei and pepootc carriers. The ropes are being u for dog harness. Claiming that she and her five children have been placed in a position of want because thret Cleveland men gambled with her husband, a woman is suing the three men for the amount they won from the head of the family. Tin President of the United States has a l ci.il tlag used on occasions when the President appears in his ex-otneion function as commander-in-chief of the Army and Xavy. The flag con sists of the coat-of-arms as they appear on the President's seal, against a blue background and flanked by four stars. The Carnegie Corporation has entered into ML agreement with the Leland Stanford Universh) : California to establish a food research insti tute at that university to study problems oi I production, distribution and consumption. 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