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ST DR I ES
AMERICAN CITIES
; S-i
' -T>S
San Francisco's "Regular Bishop" 3,500 Years Old
S AX FRANCISCO. —A newly opened I v the . ••• •
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^ü}(> r ^ p»'rk *** > . r - , ,
m k
s'-'S uxs LIKE >*F
1: Been A
C?>: W« tfi/YW
* **
V*
/ K*
1 ■: the Fhi.ra, hs » y
t:i.:.h Lynch r.v.-..r
. ...►
I: had been l«f: s'.
p .revp-hagus until Cur..: r Fer.-z to a
had, where ail who come may see the
A\
forgo-:« r. :ig«s. }
Wa s m :. s i r, *t the
Israelite? bui
Ainenoph.s were s
'.v:. ; ; f 1 * »j « v
• high ; r:---«: ;n ;}.
• remple of I>:
»«re the arist. ■ r ; .
• y • f Kjypt.
Now. soundly
he eietps in a
* world to which
>- ;s . f . : e
kia ttur.iR.y m th
that guy
vr> 0 re^nlar
know about that l"
I he mummy himst
ur.M rn. and t >day :Le ; •• • e :
y :
d. >o days! Wt'.l. \rM.t do v -
Man in Washington Discovers the Singing Mouse
W ASHINGTON.—Reginald Rutherford has a mouse st m Rutherf rd
«wears to it. He wvrks in the Union Trust company and last weekwas
*nsde assistant treasurer, and people who work in tanks have pt to be
boDest. He's a chain; :i can *e pad'
on the Potomac in tie summer
SCd whi
en a m
an is used to :
he h
•rieht
«in ami
1 the c
iear water he
IS H
in
the ha: ;
■ t of m
ukmg up st-.-rie
s on
P<x*r
mice.
Rath,
rferd
lives on Lan:
er place.
too. E«
> . J v T. ! :
; *^Cj♦ <• -
: hn
ve to
be able
lo ste
■ r a cit*:. r
trn
. y -f -, '
course •
rV •
* tf »
pro
Bounce
The Hi
me of ifce.r
ret :
cor
rectly.
lf you
say it with ti
îe f.
cvent
on the
ia sr sj
.inMe. the sai
e S ^ ;
' :uaa
will say
. "Oh.
Laca-ier ;k. e.
TV
herea
the corr
eerie, n
"ill 00me. "Oh
. La
near
All
these
0 r.s: *.:er:x t : r. >
1 t
*tu
. ........ s h in the fa r mind the absolute
imtc of Rutherfords statements concerning his famous mouse.
Rutherford hupj-eaed to be visiting a Maryland town that summer. He
kad pone to bed. when a strange sound
"Gee. crickets." said Rutherford.
He flashed a pocket electric light
eeemed to come, but saw no crickets.
He deployed cut of bed toward the window.
There on the window sill Rutherford saw—a mouse.
Sure 1
The mouse was singing merrily away.
"Chirp, chirp, chirp." sang the mouse.
ne from the window «ill.
the sp-. : from whence the sound
Chlr! '" ! S . rfr ' ;,r : i r " h '' =r - =v* :ie
"«L- ?t Ust. "**" 6 " "*« l3:;ias ^
________________
Foolish Burglar Tackles an ex-Judge of Detroit
D ETROIT.—Very little Judgment ws? shown by a burglar who tried to r V
tbe home of Judge Wil am F. Conn Hy. 219 Boston I ulevard. Any cr-.^k
would tell him there is no sense in picking out the home of a man as close to
the judge who will try the burglar's
.se and sentence him as Judge Con
ny -> to Judge Charles T. W.la.ns,
me Wed
Y.n
Judge Connolly wen'
nesday a private ciri.zen for the first
time in 12 years, during which he has
sat on the bench and sentenced hun
dreds of burglars. Perhaps the bur
glar thought because the judge was re
tired he wasn't formidable any m. re,
' but the burglar evidently doesn't know
politics. Anyway. Judge Connolly was
«*ccd asleep at 4:30 a. m. A few seconds later he was awake. He heard a
window downstairs being opened, and beard a man climb through it into the
*ji boose.
Judge Connolly was now on his feet, shivering and waited only to reach
.Jbr an automatic pistol and his bathrobe. Then he attempted to surprise the
'burglar. But when the first step felt the weight of Judge Connolly's 2'>j
- J»unds the step creaked, the burglar Jumped right through the window.
Judge Connolly telephoned police headquarters and an automobile load the
F ft detectives arrived on the scene.
A bright thought occurred to a friend cf the Judge. \ of
"Are yon going to demand another grand Jury to investigate this matter?"
be asked.
"O tempvora. O mores." said the judge sternly. «
-
m
Skeletons of Jawtowahoo and His Lover Found
C HICAGO.—One of the strangest of the love legends of the North Shore
may have been proved true the other day. The legendary tottib of Lucy
F&lstaff. daughter of one of the earliest white settlers, ar.d Chief Jawtowahoo.
ber young Indian sweetheart, each of
whom died for the other's love, has
beer, found, if Jr mes R. Skinner, stu
dent of Indian lore, is not mistaken.
The discovery was made on the e-s
tate of P*. S. B'Anton, known as "Tan
fiewooc Vtl'.a" at Highland Park. La
borers had h-een put to work in the
(av er to rare a "tower" which has
long stor'd a crumbling relic.
Suddenly as the weathered stones
ivlled away a crevice was opened. As
the opening became larger a sort of
cave was disclosed. Then to the amazement of the workers, two human
skeletons were revealed by a shaft of light. They lay up>on the floor of the
ctre. as though they might have died in embrace. A little to one side stood
a« old earthen jar. It was partly filled with something which might hav*
been tobacco.
The police came and examined the place and after a conference sent for
jlr, Skinner who has made a study of early Illinois life. Mr. Skinner de
rtared his belief that a: last the legendary tomb of Lucy Falstaff and Jaw
towaboo had been found.
Then he retold the old story, which has been handed down from the days
f,g the Indians. Lacy Falstaff, the legend goes, was the beautiful daughter
f,{ one of the earliest settlers on the vr es tern rim of Lake Michigan.
Jowtow shoo, pursuing game, came to the cabin of the Falstaffs and fell
to love with the pale face maiden, winning her. One day. hand in hand, the
jpûiat: and the girl set off to join Jawtowahoo'« tribe.
But the squaws were Jealous and ostracised her. The young levers were
csXieà before a tribal court. The color line was drawn and the decision of the
high chiefs ws« that the two. Lucy and Jawtowahoo. wfre to be sealed up ia
M osvere and left to die. Legend says that this sentence was carried ont.
As further evidence that the discovery might prove this ancient romance, j
• fashioned club was formed inside the sealed cavern. Apparently it
15 an Indian club. Certainly, those who examined it say. it was not made by j
y bite mam I
fect
a
It
the
on
on
mud
row
a
cent
p*er
road
M
tion.
are
about
at
but
borne
y
r".
IMPROVING THE BAD SPOTS
Ceris n S"-a ' R_ts That A-e Usaa.ly
Wet a-d Soft Dete-m re Lead
Farmer Can Carry.
a The w. rst h '.es in the r ad always
öe - ' ■ c u
fore I y p. .. because * v . ..
Th
* «
Betör«
"
rhade trees are had. If a u ■ dly
r-'-Ttion of the scrub timber al r.g these
r ' " 1 ' remove.:. the ground w:„ dry
: the s
ve ary r
ANSWER TO PRISON PROBLEM
hould
New Ye*k and Ct-t- States Have
Tried Expe-ime-t cf Using Ccn
victs to Improve Reads.
New York and many of the Southe rn
and Western states have tried the ex
periment of using convicts to improve
highways—and it has work
lection. The
Tort «n'-i« '4.o
tr.a= ,f «1! th. to«« .it. w.nt to
side last year had a word of fault to
find with Lis treatment. J
ious to Join these camps t
freedom cf movement and the exer
to p*e>
.e New
a: "no
n: out
anlt to
-e anx
. The
eit >
es
Convict G*rg at Work.
dse shortens the time yet to do 1$ a
wonderful manner. Many states have
found road work to be the answer to
the prison problem. Colorado and Cali
fore's have rebuilt the better portion
of their roads with prison labor, and
besides feeding the inmates with an
extra supply of food, it has also led to t0
« lessening of time through provisions
made by the farsighted legislators.
WIDE TIRES IMPROVE ROADS
They Have Same Effect on Country
Highway as Ro !e* on Field—
Also Pull Ess e-.
W *ict* tiré? Tniid up rosd? £sd
horse labor. They hove the same ef
fect npon a country road as a roller *r.
L
a plowed field. On the other hand, the

narrow
tire cuts up a road like a ci-k.
tug
It has t
^een found ty actual test in this
matter
that the wide-ured wagon
1
pulls easier in nearly ail cases th..n
ce
the nar
row-11 red w~:'. n n. In deep mud
on a o
un try road the wide-tired wn^
on pull:
s 6.2 p>er cent easier. On the
country
road with a thin surface of
be.
mud or
deep dust, however, the r.ar
In
row tires pull 4.9 per cent easier. Ia
a cornfield the wide tires pull 3Ô.5 per
cent easier, la a dry alfalfa field 17.7
p*er cent easier, and on a dry counter
road 10.2 p-er cent easier.
Ontario Makes Good Roads.
The Province of Ontario has spy
proximately miles cf roads.
M re than 43.0.0 miles have h>een
treated and are in fairly good condi
tion. About 20.<X*0 miles are well
graded earth roads; about 3.000 mi' es
are surfaced with broken stone, and
about 19 .C*a' are surfaced with gravel
All Road« Lead Heme.
All roads lead ro h me. Y. a
re not
at fault if they are not all good roads,
but you are to blame if it's not a good
borne
talk
and
net
ons
as
*yn.
as
In
who
ITALY'S NEW WAR CHIEF
u
..
f

When W....ar.t G. M Ad : :
over the rai.r .. i> f r th- g v-rnu.-r
CHIEF CONGESTION SMASHER
f the N ■ Y 0« ntr..... I H
Mr. Si is s<
his extens.ve practical r..llr
a; tri
er, ce. He is a fi- - '-. d M' •* -■* , -
tiens, having w rke-d at e. • ry J b on
the Central lines, from sett, n hand
up. and at fifty-three he is one of the
y untre st an 1 most vigor us of ra:lr ad
personality almost as much as by his example. His r-lat. w.th
under him who win his c nfiden.e have always been cl se. and
unusual :
-•ri-r s me Oi - iu : mreaes on une r... : or one of .......
in daily contact with him call him AI. and the friendly dr:
-- J -f respect as well as liking.
V -
Ha jt =â=«»'te th. '«ïL« «.êl ».•*. t~* ha „-»-..-.•frt
« .tt «.««„. ttar h. }=ît.i th. ta.-t that h. Le«
chosen by the Canadian g. vemm.cn: to be chairman cf a commission to find
who come
contains a
His pr
ability as r
chosen by
out why ce
*an:s
-'•ve
pay.
RECRUITS FOR ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT
whose execut.ve
manner of r.anc.tng quest: ns Mvug
t0 "' r £ " t '" : v -1 r ^' r> ^ct^.t. has had amp.e vxp*ri-r.ce to ht h-, r f r t
job Jus: handed her. She had the distinction of Ntng the fit
""«r* 2 civiI ?erv1ce ^^^sicner having been president of the Los Ange.
J**
©
v . —\ . ri
i........ -
.y ext i.r.
^ ss . t- ____
«. e. ....
-
1 "* * "*' -
. : n> <- f " r ü e rs
rap hers. E gb
explosives and
hold représenta
a
civ:, serrtce com:
conditions there.
■ r.st she has t-e^r.
England studying working
L
MAYOR WHO HAD NO HUMOR
J hn F. Hylan. New Y. rk s n w
r t'eçua ry tx-rois.ng a s r: t f
■ - ■
u C£ -
tug the
m
reparte
rs..
1 uncue.
u a:
ce st. n
by
riding :
in ci
If
. V ...
tumor
as :
be. he
gas
In the
heal
n-w may r is deficient in
fce is currently repented to
a large supply of dignity,
t of the campaign., whrn a
platoon of rep-orters fled in to Lave a
talk with the candidate, one of them
remarked: "We will make him human
yet.' The r-^fnnrk was taken to the
candidate; the reporter was identified
and Judge Hylan warned the offender
net to be seen fgain at headquarters.
The new mayor has had little p rêvi
ons experience with the public, except
as judge of an Inferior co urt in Broc k
*yn. In the cvrrtr *-;u everyone r.ses
as the judge's arriva; ; s announced.
In the city hall there is no heralding cf the r. *?v
who think they have business in the mayor's effet
panhandlers.
There is s large room reserved for rep-, rters
Cipally as a place in which reporters can Vc-p
mayor won't talk to them and h;s subordtr-:os
nothing to them of the business of their drpv.rt..-<
hammers cut cu a i?p-evtritor all the news tv.*.
briUL
■fr
• j
*
WASH THE KIDNEY S!
All the M i in the body pas
ettuht t :
it is that Dr. Fi« r
fSJOf t h-£
. .. . Tl i If
t-w tu.toutes,
i ir. p-' r:, ' I ''
, •• ' ••
• -, ;• ev selects vhi. t
; t of the Wood ana
the kidneys are not
i become congesh'c—
.. ri we suffer firoir
he. lumbago. rb«f
•p.:> often
• channels often
rj.hdf
H *" ! Ù: :
s---- • T-,------e in Buffs)ft
N v
; shit u tl e K. .. r s'
ty :r:rk.r
g -ix : eight glasses of wat«
V ' •...
t-,.;-.;« i th« n if you want
: - :. ; k v a
;• -ino that w IÎ
< r t v . e
channel« .ni cure the trwff
ir. l >v:y.u*
•-tu«, g t.* v.-ur druggist and
«r* * A:. ::.
« ; u strength'" f- r ftih
This "At.*.
; - Lhich >' many rime*
. • -
• - - ■ • • - • ___■ ■ - ■ . :
the nr: -
j r~ - < r- ^ ; t. . V, ^ - v .- 1 N.
If y u dr -ire, write f. r free men -tl
advice and ~-ri snmtde cf water for
free examinatMn. Experience has
n. uht I* t - Fierce that "Am* r' is
a : r werft: ! scent in dissolv.ni
cr - a - : a« h m water melts sugar.
>- a 1 Dr. Pi- roe 10c for trial patkagA
New Ore to Pa.
Rad Colds. Pneumonia, and Cr:c»
may fe prevent-d îy using Vacher*
Ea rn ta nie. Everyone should keep
it -a the Li. use.—Adv.
Natu'al PcsAien.
• N..-..-.. ... . wh-.a he ts burned -X
P. ei CurrJ in 6 to 14 D*v»
r~zu -ft- :i ~ z' t t t'ACO t tvTintv? *vu
t„-a r. H -i B r.,; . r iT^unc.^t .".mfc
f'.n : t j its :s_et. a-c.
SENSE OF GUILT IN ANIMALS
Prr-of Trat Trey Know When Ttipy
Ar« D: - j Wrong, and See« ts
E.ane Consequences.
In m: :tary stables horses areknt vr
to have pretended to be lame it oroer
to avoid going to a military exermst
A CM
.np.anree had !
een fed on <
when
rick. After
his reeoTery
of 11 n
ft. ct.*• d c.
5 in order to
cure c
Xht
u koo. as is
well kn >Ta,
its ez
gs in an:then 1:
:rd's nest, a:.:
make
the deception
surer, it tj
ri
<
key cc:
tence-d
him wit
time h.
the pot:
A ma
ness re
scrap-es
con sei us f their de •ns
fly -t 1 : -• less!- : the? shew
f g_. t tf tect--d ; th^y -lej
. r-p-.nfar.-e. ^'h us. t-ees
ex; ..ts, as if they fetreti
e anima, rem.rnen
Consentr.on of sp>a-e is 1 n,,,^
idea—but a man doesn't hav f
a hrowing-vtt ,r. h.s stomach.
à
Venir comfortabk
boa!tbv well-to-do
rv-L<bScr uses
INSTAKT
POSTUM
iGstoac ci cofïôe
Exvf htm the
n rccison ?
t>«? worth
^tte~-esj*dadfr
if vvxi arc ooe tf
with whoa
<lvsife.&gnst
"hov *4 x Oftbsai.'

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