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"The chap who went away in the
lugger looked a" bit iike Kelly, who
was governor here," said Smith, ac
cepting a cigar. "He was an honest
mad and a crank, so they exiled him
here. By the way, what happened to
"He resigned," replied Brabson
carelessly. "He governed well enough,
but he was too fond of innovations.
To give him credit, I'm not sure but
what most of them worked."
Major General Leonard Wood, who
was first colonel of Roosevelt's,
Rough Riders in the Spanish' war and
who will have command of all the
American land'forces ih an 'invasion
of Mexico. -- - -."- "'"'- ,
COMMISSIONER OF N. Y.STUDIED
New York, N. Y-Mayoi: Mitchell
has named Arthur Woods, his former
secretary, as police cqmnussioner of
New York city. He- is 40 years' old.
Prior-to his ytbvk as secretary he was
a reporter on one of the New Yorkr
He has been a student of police
conditions for some years, having'
traveled abroad with that purpose es--
pecially in mind. a
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Those found in April and May are
the most tender and delicate. Use as;
quickly as possible after being gath-'
ered, as they 'begin to decay very
soon. , I
Many cases of illness attributed to;
mushrooms can be traced to this'
cause, instead of their being'a poison-
If you do not possess a vadium V
cleaner do not despair. Use the cnil- '
dren's bicycle "pump to clean radiat-
ors, tufted 'furnfturtf'br sewing ma-'
chine. " - .- ' --.--- ...