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Then ,came Dr. 'Alexander Mc-'l Canachie who had heard his story and examined his eyes'. "Come with me," he said to Haley, "I am going to restore your sight." Haley went to the hospital, and McConachie removed the cataracts, and made artificial lenses, which he put into glasses. When he? left the hospital yes terday; Haley was told not to re- -o move the bandage from- his eyes for 24 hours. But the temptation was ktoo strong. He lifted the bandage for a peep, and fell unconscious. When he had been brought to, he sobbed : ' "I saw the light, the beautiful, wonderful sunlight," he sobbed. "Oh, thank God, I can see." So today, the little 'blind tailor sat at his win'dow just seeing. CUPID GETS THE ONLY WOMAN DEPUTY SHERIFF- in the United States. On Dec. 19 Miss Johns will become the wife of John C. Grier of Pittsburg. ' Miss Johns was appointed a deputy sheriff of Fayette County by'her father Sheriff Peter A.' Johns, last January. She wears a badge of solid gold, and carries a handsomely mounted police -revolver. Miss Lucy B. Johns. Uniontown, Pa., Nov. 2f. Daniel" Cupid has served a war rant on Miss Lucy Beech Johns, said to be the only woman deputy SHOOTING AT THE SKY The Interstate commerce com mittee of the United States sen ate has opened up shop, and invit ed everybody with an idea about what to do with the trusts to step up and say his say. . There is sure to be a large re sponse. A big collection of ideas will result. But it may turn out like the late Secretary Jere Rusk's experiment in ! trying to induce rainfall in western Texas by means of explosives. His offi cial report described the elabor ate and costly preparations to shake rain from the clear sky and concluded as follows : "The result was a loud noise.' rW4 -V lj "- w