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young hunter friend, John Piedro,
to try his skill with the rifle on.
John dfd. Selma will be left
handedJn the future.
Gardens Agricultural school,
Los Angeles, has instituted
.course in matrimony.
Buffalo railroad detectives shot
and killed Joseph Popowski,, Chi
cago, because they thought he
was robbing freight -cars.
Mae Clark, 22, Milwaukee, and
Hugh Tierney, Okauchee, Wis.,
went skating on Oconomowoc
lake. Their bodies have been re
covered. Seven known dead and 21 in
jured result of collapse of new
building of Prest-o-Lite com
Sam R. Maxwell, Lowell, Mass.,
sentenced to life for murder of
wife on testimon' of mother-in-law
was pardoned' yesterday br
Gov. Foss on request of (same)
Former Mayor Hurley, Salem,
Mass.; says if enemies can prove
stories about him, they are
spreading, he will shave off his
whiskers and wear straw hat un
til he dies. ,
Shades of Columbus! Chas. W.
Morse, Brookline, Mass., (near
Boston), offers $1,000 to any man
who can prove earth is round.
Evidently they permit 'em to
run around" loose in Massachu
setts: "Djoh't be changing husbands.
Youv might get a worse one the
next time." Mrs. ? 'Mildred M.
Easton to N. Y. clubwomen.
We gotcha, -Mildred, -we got
cha. -But-we -wish -you wouldn't
talk of us as if we were shirts, on
Complete returns from Los An
geles give Alexander's majority
34,149, His total vote 85,739.
Where is the anti-suffragette
who declared women wouldn't
take the trouble to vote even if
they were given the ballot?
Straw vote taken at farmers'
convention, Michigan, gave these
results: LaFollette 32, Roosevelt
5, Osborn 4, Taft 3. Cousin Bill
seems to be popular in Michigan.
Robert H. Smith, who came to
America with $6.31 years ago,
sold tiny plot of land on Broad
way N. Y., for $1,000,000, raling
being 866.55 a square foot.
"The consumer pays $1 for
food; the farmer gets 50 cents.
Who gets the rest?" inquiries
Tama Jim Wilson, secretary of
1 What in thunder does Jim
think we've "been hollering about
the Beef Trust and the Chicago
Butter and1 Egg Board for?
Tama Jim also remarks that ex
amination into records of prices
causes a "suspicion" that there
has been much speculation by
men who keep commodities in
cold storage.. ,
Only a "suspicion," Jim?
Cold storage has raised the cost
of living." Another of Tama's
sapient 'remarks. Egg-zactly,
4 Dr.' J. Walter Wood, Port Rich
mond, N. Y' his daughter and
two sons were operated on for ap
pendicitis in different cities with
in one week.'.
In regard to that' last one we
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