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My, my, my! How reckless
our government is in rewarding'
its "valuable" men ! Doc Wiley
must have suffered frequent heart
shocks as he watched his salary
jump up during those 29 long
years of service to the people!
' Geo. W. Beatty, holdei of
American record for carrying
passengers in aeroplane, and
Beckwith Havens, amateur J air
man, just missed head-on colli
sion while 200 feet in air; near
Nassau Boulevard, L. I.
''Lack of transportation facili
ties.is another cause of famines fn
China." John T. Proc.r, presi
dent Baptist College, Shanghai
And we gather that "in this
country too many transportation
facilities is the' cause o'f the high
cost of living
Willie R. Lovern, aged 3, Pel
ham, Mass., learned to smoke
pipe when one year old Now he
stops people on street and asks
for tobacco when it is reiused him
"Window breaking is not vio
lence." Sylvia P a n k h 'u r-s t ,
daughter of the English "War
Horse of Suffrage."
Certainly not! Breaking plate
glass windows is mere playfu'l
ness doubtless causea by the ap
proach of balmy Spring
'er two daughters were' at break
ast in .their home at Carlstadt,
N. J., tro'lley car jumped tracks,
struck their house and moved it 8
inches off its foundation.
Just because St. Patrick chased
alLthe snal.es from Ireland is no
reasoti why a man should cele
brate his birth'day by loading up
with redeye until Jie" sees vision
ary ones. '
"Rushing at the advantages of
money without love is like sell
ing all the humanity in you for a
(fay's experience." Lillian Mar
And we gather, from a study of
Lil's life, that she thinks rushing
at the advantages' of love without
money is pure foolishness.
Luther Burbank proudly shouts
that he has developed a stoneless
Never mind the plums, Luther!
What can you do with the plumb
ers'? "The last one we called in
Richard Tovey, trapper, Mee
ker, Colo., climbed tree after
mountain lion, chased it out to
end of branch, and when it sprang
at him, caught it in folds of coat"
and captured it alive.
We're not sure whether this In
dicates that Tovey is some .wise
gink or that his head needs look
Eight-legged pig has been borh
on farm of Jac6b Snavely, Shan
"Meantime., the two-legged kind
keep right on a-propagating.
Robert M. Fair, ofChicago, is
known as the "human clock" at
Palm Beach. He is so regular in
hishabits the natives set their
watches by him. '
This is our idea of no sort of
reputation to have Machines can
be regular. It takes & man to be
irjegular, and hang his hat on the
chandelier out of pure' lightness
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