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New York, Authors' League
of America, nation-wide organi
' Paris, Republican majority
want Former Premier 'Leon Bour
geois to be candidate for presi
dent Paris. President Fajlierres
.presented Raold Amundsen, pole!
explorer, with insignia of grand
.officer of Legion of Honor.
v Santo Domingo. Archbishop
'Adolfo Nouel, provisional pres
ident of Dominican Republic, held
"office 13 days. Quit.
Phoenix, Ariz. U. S. Judge
SJoan ordered John B. Goodwin,
murderer, hanged at Globe. Gov.
.Hunt refused to permit hanging
J,in state prison yard.
Red Cliff, CoL James Burns
confessedlo holdings up train and
V Georgia Lawyer ho prisoner)
-rAVell, so you want me to defend;
won Have you any money.'
, '"No; but I'se got a mule and at
Jaw chickens., and a hog or two
' Lawyer Those will do yery
piceiy. Now, let's gee; what do
they accuse you of stealing?"
"Oh, a mule and a few chickens
'and a hog or two." '
A' stout old gentleman was hav
ing trouble with 'the telephone.
IJe. could hear nothing but a cfon
fusedrjumble qf sounds, and final
ly he became so exasperated that
he shouted into the transmitter:
' "Who's the fool' at the end of
"He's not at this end," an
swered a cool feminine voice.
Cure for Burns.
A-simple, good dressing for a
burn is lime water and sweet or
olive pil in equal parts. A bottle
of it, ready mixed, should always
be kept on hand. A soft, clean
cloth, dipped in it, should be ap
plied over a burn, and on this a
layer of absorbent eotton or clean
To clean buckskin shoes get 5
cents' Worth of" whiting from the
druggist Put a small quantity in
a dish with enough water to di
lute until it is like milk. Apply
with an old tooth brush and let it
dry. This is cheap and simple.
Many hbusewives 'will be glad
to know that a slice of lemon, cut
thickly and with the rind on, if
put into the boiler when boiling
the clothes, wiji make them beau
tifully white. Let it remain in the
boiler until the clothes are ready
to be taken out ''
Starched goods should be dried
and then sprinkled with hoj
water and rolled up tightly until
they are thoroughly damp. Other
wise the jrons are liable to stick,
particularly so if the garment is
rather wet and the iron only
To Clean Wall Paper.
Take a clean duster and dip it
into dry, powdered borax and rub
briskly on the soiledr paper. This
method of cleaning wall paper
will be found more effectual than
the usual way with stale bread.