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Washington, March 5. Presi
dent Wilson sent his cabinetjiom
inations?t9 the Senate today. The
advisers selected are:
William-J. Bryan of Nebraska,
secretary of sfete.
William G. McAdoo of New
York, secretaryof the treasury.
Ilindley M. Garrison of New
Jersey, secretary of war".
James C. McReynolds of Ten
nessee, attorney general.
Albert S. Burleson of Texas,
Josephus Daniels, of North'
Carolina, secretary of the navy.
t Franklin K. Lane of California,
secretary of'the interior.
David R Houston of Missouri,
secretary of agriculture.
William C. Redfield of New
York, secretary of commerce.
Willliam B. Wilson of Pennsyl
vania, secretary oflabor.
A short meeting of the new
cabinet was' -held in the White
House this morning. At its con
clusion Secretary Bryan an-,
nounced that no business had
Vice President Marshall was
not present. President Wilson
has not accepted his proposed
plan of having the vice president
present at all cabinet meetings.
The Senate confirmed Wilson's,
cabinet nominations today.
HARD ON NEDDY
He was a country man. In fact,
he had never been away from the
village in which he was born. But
now he had decided to give up the
quiet country life and go to the
city with his donkey. When heaivr
rived at the station he 'asked s
porter where he must put the don
key. "Put him at the back," replied
the porter; meaning, of course, in
the "car used for such purposes.
Now, the faVmer knew, nothing
about shipping animals, so he tied
his donkey to the rear of the train.
This done, 'he settled-himself in
the smoking1 car, alongside an
They had been traveling about
half an hbur when the farmer venr -tured
"What speed are .we traveling
at?" ' . ":
"Oh, about forty miles an
hour," repliedUiis companion.
"My word!" murmured .the.
farmer. "Won't Neddy be tired
CUNNEA GAINS IN, CICERO
Seven more votes were added
to the total gain of William A.
Cunnea, contesting the election
.of State's Attorney Maclay
Hoyne, when the recount was
taken up today in the country
Cunnea's gain was made in
three precincts- of eight in the"
town of Cicero', which he carried
by a large-majority, v
Canyass of the state's attor
ney's vote" in the country districts
is .being'carried on in connection
with the contests , filed against
progressive county 'commission
ers. o b :
"Do youJmow why a giraffe
has such a long- neck, my son ?"
"Yesdad. -- Because his head Is
isuch a long way"from his body."