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cKurcH parlors, participants' be-,
ing the-minister,and vestrymen.
We are intensely curious to
know just exactly what sort of a
reward the Rev. Hartley desires
to hand the "person or persons"
who may return his surplice. A
left hook to the jaw?
WtrTihg Fang, for years min
ister to the U. S. from the old
Chinese empire, was today ap
pointed to represent the Repub
lic in the U. S. by President Yuan
ShiKai. , N
Yuan Shi Kai, by th way, has
quite recovered from his' recent
serious illness. He diagnosed his
own case, and prescribed for it
by ordering all his cooks -be be
headed. "That's good. I shouldn't be
surprised, if the tide goes our
way." Colonel Roosevelt, trying
to be hesitating and despondent
when told Illinois result.
We are waiting patiently, how
ever, to hear from the Taft man
agers that the whole Illinois pri
mary was a "criminal farce'
Miss Illinois desires to intro
duce to the nation her choipe in
the way of presidential candi
dates. Will the nation kindly
place its hand over its heart and
bow as the names of Champ Clark
and Theodore Roosevelt are men
tioned? Oh, well, if the nation wants
to act stiff and uppish about it,,
what does Miss Illinois catef
Correct: She does notcare at all.
The Fairbanks Rimes' Mount
McKinley expedition has return
ed to Fairbanks, Alaska, after
haying again iiWXo scale cthe.
mountains.- - -
Failing to climb Mount Mc
Kinley is one of .the favorite oc
cupations of expeditions ana Dr,
Cook. . j
Ellen. Anderson, 19, Duluthj
Minn.,' broke her leg .dancing the
''Texas Tommy" at society ball
last night. The dance went on.
There is a rumor that the Mex
ican rebels and federals stopped
battle early this morning in or
der to hear the result of the Illi
nois primaries, but this cannot be
We have no hesitation, how
ever, in announcing that Presir
dent Taft stopped everything to
hear the results, and then when
he heard them, said it didn't hurt
Rioting miners .attacked col
liery at iWgan, England, today.
Driven off by mounted police.
High bank of made land on
which gang of hren were working
slipped into Lake Michigan at
Gaty works of Illinois Steel Co.
Body of one workman recovered.
As usual, company will npt tel
how many were killed or injured
"The great artist is the artist
who Can get great prices fdr his
pictures." Baron Arpad Pasz
thory who has acquired the
A Chicago girl has been ac
cused of flirting with the jury in
a court room. Well, whjrndfe
make jury. service pleasant?
Rhine wine is going up. The
highfer is goes the less it will go
down ouiftfyrotLt. t 4 , j