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New York City Crowd
XJ iSW YOnK. "Tho best vay to
1 Clllull U1I Ilibh lilillol Id (u do A
cabaret dance and mako a noise like
a worm," was the philosophical deci
sion of ono of a score of men who
spent the entire afternoon recently
trying to capturo a bird In tho clear
ing back of tho Hotel Astor. whore
the New theater Is to bo erected. An
Interested crowd of several hundred
persons) watched tho chase and sev
eral hundred suggestions 'were freely
All the commotion was started
when Miss Martha Marr of Stamping
Ground, Ky.,' reported to a clerk In
the Hotel Astor that her Irish linnet,
which she had smuggled Into her
room on tho eighth floor back, hud
flown hor coop, or, to be exact, her
glided cago. Great was the grief she
displayed. But nothing happened un
til she displayed a yellowback wllh
$20 marked all over it.
"Try an ad In tho paper," suggested
a bellboy, "and you will get back a
dozen birds In tho morning."
"Uut 1 must get my Colleen (Chris
tian name of tho bird) at onco. She
"Hoodoo" Didn't Work and Sallie Got "Wusser "
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. A white wom
an uamed Mrs. Tltmoro wob ar
raigned before Judge Denners of tho
court of common pleas the other day
on a charge of tho larceny of a cow
belonging to an nged negro woman
named Adelaide Williams. Tho evi
dence was not sufficient to sustain tho
charge, but it rovealed a state of
facts that showed tho credulenco of
tho negro race in the efficiency of the
Tho negro woman stated that Bhe
nvuo tho proud mother of a yellow girl
of about seventeen years old that In
stead of staying at home tho said off
spring, an tho old woman expressed
it, went "or gallivantln wld de boys."
Tills behavior on tho part of her
daughter Sallie caused tho old
woman somo "oneaslness" and sho
called on the white woman for as
sistance. The said assistance was
immediately promised, and a bar
gain was made that in tho event tho
-white woman succeeded in casting a
spell on the wayward Sallie sho was
to receive tho cow in payment.
According to the testimony of
Adelaide tho whlto woman fixed a
powder and a bottle of liquid, which
, she gave to tho girl with the Injunc
tion to place them in her trunk and
tho desire to roam would immediate
ly vanish. The directions wero car
ried out and tho white woman took
possession of tho cow.
"Did the charm have the desired of-
Boys' Tricks Force Action by Chicago Council
CHICAGO. Mischievous small boys,
through a recently acquired habit,
are going to force the city council to
nmend tho automobile ordinances to
prevent tho boys from adding to tho
city's I'Utoraobllo accidents.
Alderman James A. Kearns discov
ered the other day that the combina
tion of an automobile, equipped with
a self-starting engine, and a small boy
was ono which may causo trouble. He
learned that boys walking along the
street, particularly messonger boys
in the dovyutown district, havo ac
quired a new habit.
Instead of being content to walk up
to a machine standing at a curb and
"toot" tho horn, boys have demon
strated the merits of self-starting de
vices for automobile engines by push
ing a foot lever and letting the en
gine "run wild."
"Thero is no danger In this," iald
Alderman Kearns, "If somo one Is left
to guard tho car, or If the brakes aro
set. But just think what would hap
Jail's Trick Rat Returns
CLEVELAND, O. Joshua, tho pale
trained rat of tho county jail, U
back, again. Joshua has not been seen
since eighteen monthB ago, when he
disappeared with n wooden-legged
man, until tho other morning. Tho
return of tho prodigal rat affected
Jailer Bill Stoller deeply.
Stoller was sitting by the window
In the jail office, watching tho auto
mobiles pass in the public square,
when ho felt a slight tug at his rear
pocket, whero ho ordinarily keeps the
The Jailer turned. There was
Joshua, palo as ever, oagorly munch
ing the tobacco,
"Why, It's Josh," exclaimed Stoller,
as a largo tear dropped down Josh
ua's cheek, either caused by omotlon
or tho fact that tho tobacco was
Joshua Immediately Jumped to the,
desk, where he went through tho in
tricate evolutions that havo made him
the marvel of the sheriff and his
The leave-taking of Joshua from
the county Jail waB comparablo only
to tho C3cape of a thief In tho night.
Tho rat, whoso already palo complex
ton, due, doubtless, to long imprison-
Pursues Cno Little Bird
la right out thero In tho buck yard,
the poor dear. Just Hying nround In a
hysterical manner "
Even the tnxlcab drivers wore
touched when Hie) htard of tho ro
ward offered Several quit their ma
chines and sought to niuko friends
with tho linnet. They were joined by
nearly all the small boys In tho neigh
borhood. Tho taxlcab starter sent
moro than 20 men In quest of the
bird. Sandwich sign men threw off
their advertising garb nnd Joined the
chnso with a vim.
Haskets, buckets and other nrtlcles,
arranged with a bait underneath and
popped upon sticks to which were
attached long strings, were tho moro
popular methods used nut somo of
tlip men and boys tried to effect a
capturo by hand. Colleen seemed to
enjoy tho sport of tho chaso as much
as tho spectators. Sho chirped or
sang, or whatever a regular linnet
docs, and Beemcd to smllo when somo
ono shouted a sugeistlon acroBB tho
"Put salt on Its Jail!"
"Get nn aeroplanol"
"Mako a nolso like a worm!"
"Get a letter of Introduction!"
These were a few of tho sugges
tions made to tho crowd that labored
for moro than threo hours trying to
catch tho feathered prlzo. Cdlleen
was still fancy free and having the
timo of her young life when darkness
camo and Miss Marr refused to bo
feet?" asked tho prosecuting attorney
of tho old aunty.
"What you' mean?"
"Did tho hoodoo keep Salllo from
running around ut nlsUti"
"Keep dat chile from runnln' 'round
at night? Lordy man, no, sah; hit
made her wusser."
"Did you toll tho defendant sho
could have tho cow if tho hoodoo
worked all right."
"Lemme tell yo', ah'll tell do truf or
bout dat conjure. Ah did tell dat
white lady dat ah would gin her do
cow, but de onllest way she wus ter
git hit was for dat gal of mine ter be
Sallie was put on the stand to testi
fy as to tho effects of the charm and
also stated very emphatically that It
mado her "wusser" nnd that sinco
that medicine was in her trunk sho
had almost left home.
Judge Bennors discharged tho wom
an on a charge of larceny and or
dered tho cow to be returned to tho
pen. If a small boy was to press the
englno-starting device of a machine
where tho brakes aro not set.
"Why, the machine Is likely to start
running In a crowded street and In
jure, or perhaps kill, several persons
before It could be stopped. I nm go
ing to ask tho city council to pass an
amendment to tho automobile or
dinances requiring that all automo
biles, whether or not they are equip
ped with self-starting devices, bo
mado 'small boy proof.' It is a won
der that many accidents havo not
been caused thus far."
Alderman Kearns said further that
ho would uak for an ordinance requir
ing persons owning automobiles to
lock tho starting levers when they aro
left standing unguarded alongside of
As long ns tho brakes aro set on an
automobile there Is very llttlo llkoll
hood, that the machine will start if
the self-starting englno device 1b
pressed. Tho englno may start, but
tho gears will havo to be thrown In.
before the automobile Itself will
Tho police department has tho pow
er to arrest any person other than tho
owner for tampering with an auto
mobile. Alderman Kearns said, how
ever, that it would tako a small army
of policemen to keep track of tho
mischlevlous acts of Chicago's thou
sands of small boys.
After a Long Vacation
ment, had becomo even paler, ha
been lingering around a wooden
legged man, awaiting grand jurj
action on a chargo of robbing i
cheese factory, for several days. Thi
grand jury met and acquitted the
man, In splto of the circumstantial
evldenoe that the atmosphoro In his
Joshua doubtless figuring that
whore thero was choeso In the air
thero might bo food for htm, slipped
Into tho right-hand coat pocket of
tho man with tho wooded leg. Ho
then was seen no moro at tho Jail
until his mysterious return the othor
"Josh, as wo call Joshua for short,,
will como to the desk at 11 o'clock
every morning, for his chow," said
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THIS Is London's best and most graceful dancer, the modest Mile. Lydia Kyasht. for a long tlmo the lending
attraction nt tho Empire theater, who danced before tho king and qucon of England at their roquest Her
modest costumes and her discarding tho blzarro manner of dance usod by the so-called "modern" dancor
called forth tho unstinted praise of their mnjostles.
FOOLS TWO SPOUSES
Woman Divided Time Between
First and Second Husbands.
Wife of One Switchman Meets Anoth
er, Likes His Playing on Harmoni
ca and Weds Him Keeps It
Up Two Months.
Chicago, 111. A wlfo who for two
months divided her timo betweon two
husbands, fooling both of them by
naming her mother as an alibi when
she returned late to either homo, was
found in the person of Mrs . Stella
Carabine Galley, according to James
E. Carabine, who says he is tho origi
nal husband, and had the wlfo ar
rested as a bigamist.
Both husbands aro switchmen, nnd
out of tho city about half of tho timo.
Mrs. Carablno-Galley Is twenty-four
years of ago and rather pretty.
Oscar Galley, tho second husband,
was also In a cell, charged with mar
Tying a woman while he had knowl
edge of a prior husband. Ho told tho
polico he understood tho woman had
obtained a divorce from Carabine.
Everybody Involved Is agreed on
somo facts, namely: Carabine lost his
Job a few montho ago and the wife,
who had to go out to work in a hotel,
heard Galley playing on a harmonica,
liked the music and married him.
Carabino said ho married his wife
six years ago and lived happily until
he took sick Inst ppring nnd lost his
place. Ho was hunting work when the
wife volunteered to go out and earn
tho family living for a tlmo. When sho
found work In a hotel, Carabine stored
the furniture. He regained his health
and found a now Job.
Meanwhile, he said, Galley and tho
harmonica had Interested tho wlfo.
Tho second marriage took plnco
March 0 last In Great Bend, Ind. Dur
ing tho folowlng two months tho wife,
John Armstrong Chaloner Gets Au
thentic Information From De
Washington. John Armstrong Cha
loner, a member of tho Chaloner
family of Now York, who Is legally
insane In that state, although legally
sano In Virginia, says ho has received
a message from hell through his de
ceased friend, Thomas Jefferson Mil
ler. Chaloner, who lives at Morry
M1113, Va., camo to Alexandria to got
the message from Miller.
Chaloner snys Miller Informed him
that "Hell is moro an affair of tho In
tellect, will power and aspiration than
morely combustion," and that tho tem
perature Is of tho nature of our torn
porato zone. Thus Chaloner quotes
"In hell, morality is as enthusiastic
ally and scientifically taught as mntho
matlcs and hyslcs at any university.
Justice rules, but It Is untempored by
Chaloner lays Miller declared that
on arriving n hell he found himself
to have boon Marshal Noy In llfo Ho
had assumed his stnturo nnd features,
nnd had conversed with Napoleon
Bonaparto, who later appeared beforo
him In tho costume of Michael An
golo. Again Chaloner quotes Miller:
"On renchlng hero, the first sensa
tion experienced wns that of awakon
lng after a sound nnd peaceful Bleep.
When I opened my eyes what did I
behold? Napoleon Bonaparto sitting
upon a throno tho llko of which never
before wns seen."
tn tho opinion of Miller, according
to tho message of Chaloner, Satan "Is
PRAYERS FOR THE MOSLEMS
Christians Asked to Join In Observ
ing Martyn's Hundredth
New York. Leaders of mission
movements'ln England nnd America
are asking the Christian people of
both countries to observe Oct. 16 next
as a day of prayer for tho conversion
of Islam. The dnto Is tho ono hun
dredth anniversary of tho death of
Honry Martyn, a pioneer In attempts
uccordlng to Cnrablno, was kept buBy
fooling her two husbands.
Then ho found out about Galloy, nnd
thero was a quarrel over Galley, whom
Carabine looked upon ns a suitor more
or loss harmless. Tho wlfo loft Cara
bine, who somo tlmo later learned of
her second marriage. Carabino search
ed for tho wlfo for four months.
Ho had stored his furniture In n
Btoragehouso, and It was thero Galley
waa arrested, when, representing him
self as Carabine, ho attempted to ob
tain possession of tho household
goods. Tho woman was arrested while
waiting for Galley to appear with tho
furniture to fix up a flat.
Tho polico today permitted Galloy
to amuso himself in Jail with tho har
monica. Mrs. Curablno-Gnlley could
henr the seductive music In hor dis
Courts Slow; Kills Self.
Houston, Tex. Becauso tho courts
wero so slow In granting hor a di
vorce, bo she could marry her Japan
ese lover, MrB. Ida hnwley, a maga
?tne writer, committed suicide here.
POSED AS MODEL FOR SALOME
H I story of Beautiful Original of Henri
Regnault's Painting Is Told
for First Time.
Paris. Much'hnB been heard lately
of Henri Regnault's picture "Salomo,"
which nftcr being bought for a com
paratively small sum in his llfotlmo
wns sold for over $100,000 last month,
and no llttlo curiosity hns been ex
pressed as to tho history of tho beau
tiful girl who served as a model, Hor
own daughter tells tho story in tho Il
lustration. Sho snys:
"Mario Veronica Concetto Latlnl
camo from tho Sablno country, nnd
was born In 1853 near Tlvoll. Hor
a thoroughly misunderstood personal
ity. Satan la no enemy of Jehovah as
is sin. Satan is Juhovuh's public
prosecutor. Briefly, Satan Is tho
highest power in heaven after tho
Trinity. Ho reigns in hell, but appears
In heaven as ho pleases."
Snfan, Miller says, according to
Chaloner, Is a prince, a gentleman, n
hero and a noblo creature."
REVEALS A SOCIETY SCANDAL
Berlin Women of High Social Posi
tion Arc Found Mixing With
Berlin. A woman pianist wns sen
tenced to a month's Imprisonment In
connection with a scandal recently un
eaithed by tho Borlln polico.
Ditteetlves made nn unexpected raid
on a night cafo In the center of Berlin
froquentod almost exclusively by wo
men. Demimondaincs wero found
thero mixing with women of high so
cial position Most of tho customers
of tho establishment, to which few
men wero admitted, wero In musculine
attire. Tho woman pianist, who has
been sont to prison, a comely person,
much admired by tho cuHtomurs, snng
suggestive songs which aroused pro
Nolghbors complained of tho mnn
ner In which tho establishment was
conducted, and tho polico mado a raid
and took the numo and address of
ovoryono found thero. Thopresenco
of a certain princess, however, saved
tho customers from prosecution, and
only tho pianist was brought boforo
to convert followers of Moslem. The
appeal to America comes from both
established church and nonconformist
In Englnnd, and Is Indorsed by lead
ers of all rollglous bodlos In this
country Prlvnto prayer, family pray
er and the holding of public tnootlngs
for general prayer aro asked.
Tho appeal points out tho docadont
character of pollt'cal statos holding to
tho tenchlngs of Mahomet, and stntes
that Honry Martyn's work, regarded
as hopeless In IiIb day, has by no
means gono for nought. Persia, Egypt
REEK WITH TYPHOID GERMS
Dr. G. W. Stllet States Large Per Cent,
of Bivalves on New York Mar
ket Are Bred In 8ewage.
Washington, D. C. Dr. George W.
Stllos of tho department of Agricul
ture has prepared a comprehensive
bulletin showing that a largo percent
age of tho oysters dumped Into Now
York market aro bred In oowage-pol-luted
waters and reek with typhoid
germs. Tho bullottn will bo published
In n few days.
Dr. Stiles dovotcs a chapter of his
work to 127 cases of Illness ho traced
from oysters dredged in Jamaica bay
last fall. Dr. Stiles gavo tho Jamaica
case as but ono lnstnnco, and ns proof
positlvo that oysters carry typhoid
gorma when Improperly bred.
Tho bulletin covers nn Investigation
of tho oyster dredging business in the
vicinity of Now York and Now Eng
land, nnd by chnrts and bulletins it
shows that millions of oysters aro
bred and floatod in waters which aro
used as outlets for tho human refuse
of Now York and tho cities adjacent.
Tho bulletin condemns such practices
as being most dangerous to tho health
of the commuiillleu.
father, a flno looking mnn, was a hum
bio beo keoper. Nnturo. though she
had given tho child llttlo wealth In
money, had endowed hor with Jet
black hair, beautiful brown eyes and
"Ono Christmas ovo when she was
only twelve yenrs old n French sculp
tor nnrrtod llenaudot saw her In St.
Potor'B nnd wns struck with hor beau
ty. Somo tlmo nfterwnrd he mot hor
In tho country riding on a donkey be
hind hor fnther. That decided him:
ho Introduced himself to hor family
and fell hopelessly In lovo.
"When tho gjrl vas llfteon years
old his friend Henri Itegnault made
tho beauty's acquaintance nnd asked
hor to sit to hjm as Salomo. Tho pic
turo finished, ho migrated to Spain
and Morocco nnd flnnlly met his death
fighting In tho war of 1870.
"Itonnudot had also loft Tlomo to
take part in tho war, ltr which he
greatly distinguished hlmsolf, nnd on
penco being signed he hurried back
to Itomo to marry Maria Latlnl. Sho
wns then suvontccn years old nnd ho
Ttennudot's health did not permit
him to pursue IiIb enrcer as an artist
for many yoars after this. Ills last
work wns a "Diana tho HuntroBs."
now nt tho Pnlals Bourbon, But de
spite tho nnxloty his weak health
pov IiIh wlfo It wns film who wan tho
first to bo taken, at the end of 1900
Her hurbnnd only survived her threo
SAY NO TREE IS EXEMPT
Experts of Department of Agriculture
Give Result of Investigation
Washington. Tho department of
agriculture mado public tho rcaultB of
an exhaustive Investigation of light
ning strokes throughout tho country.
Tho report disposes of tho bollof of
the' ancient philosophers that certain
kinds of trees, tho laurel, aspen and
beech, wore nover struck by lightning,
with tho stntomont that "any kind of
tree Is likely to bo Btruck."
Tho report shows that lightning
strikes in tho Colorado plateau region
more often than nnywhore else In the
country, and asserts that lightning is
a prolific source of fires In tho forests
of tho west.
Lato hours account for a lot of pro.
nnd Turkey havo changed. Thero la
a stirring raco for Jeadorshlp In tha
Soudan, betweon Christianity nnd
Islnmlsm, and n Christian propaganda
that has been cnrrled on for twenty
years In Arabia Is being removed to
Cairo, tho central city of Islam.
I It Is declared that somo conver
sions havo been mado, and that Mo
hammedanB nro far loss blttor against
those of their number who ehnngo
than formerly Hospitals and medlcnl
dispensaries nro bonig nmployed a
j powerful missionary argumonts.
FORCED TO FIGHT FOR LIFE
Tree Really Has Unequal Show for
Development of Beauty In
Tho Bfjlunlon and beauty of eastern
Bcademlo cities, duplicated In some of
tho mlddlo west towns, havo becomo
historical in great part by reason of
the. magnificent elms which border tho
avenues and fill tho yards and uni
versity grounds. Thoso noblo trees
wero planted whon wood was burned,
and they woro well grown Lefoio Coal
Binoko nnd gas made city conditions
o difficult for flourishing tree llfo.
Young troos nowadays must fight so
many ndverso conditions In cities that
It scomB unlikely they will over rench
the flno proportions of their stately
ancestors. City llfo docs not material
ly affect old trcos, but stunts tho
growth of tho young ones and de
prives them of much of their graco
That tho fight against city llfo Is &
keen ono Is shown by the fact that
clniB in a city will shed their leaves
fully n month In advance of their
rural relatives, and that often tho
leases turn brown and drop off with
no color change, whllo thoso in tho
country will sometimes turn such bril
liant shades of yellow that pilgrimages
nro made to tho Holds or clay knolls
whero their beauty Is revealed In
natural and unhnmporod perfection.
Tho gypsy and brown tnilod moth
have made serious Inroads upon tho
health and beauty of tho eastern elms,
but up to tho present tlmo they are
unknown in tho middle west. West
ern horticulturists, knowing that they
cannot hopu wholly to escape tho visit
of Uiobo pests, aro putting forth earn
est efforts to discover somo method
of extermination. Tho European elm,
though hardy, Is stiff, lacking the
gracoful arching character of tho
American ulm. Tho hnckborry, a flno
Inrgo tree, so llko tho elm that it is
often mistaken for It, is subjoot to at
tacks of a fungus that causes an un
sightly growth of twigs.
TREES GAVE STREET VALUE
Case In Point as to Their Financial
Worth In Cities, If Any
A visitor In tho southern stater
mado this observation. "Passing
through a stroot In ono of tho largo
cities of tho south un which blocks
of first class housos had been erected
on both sides, but evidently by dif
ferent ownors, thero appeared to bo
a wonderful difference lu success
caused by Bhado trees alono. Thero
wns a pretty row of Carolina poplars
on ono side and on the other sldo no
trees at till. This side had numerous
notices of house-; to rent, but on tho
other bide of tho trees, in tho shade,
every house wns occupied. Tho houses
on both sides of the stroos appeared
to be of equal nBe and value and thoro
was no apparent dlfferenco between
the two. Thoio is not a pnrticlo of
doubt that tho prcsonco of tho trees
had given the ono sldo tho greater ad
vantage." Money for Civic Improvement.
Borlln und Paris woro made beauti
ful by tearing out slums and building
boulevnrdB and parks on tho vacated
grounds. That these improvements
did not increnso the taxes was becauso
tho government condemned largo
tracts of ginund, razed tho buildings,
improved tho property on them, and
then sold a part of tho ground at a
prlco Justified by tho Improvements,
Tho people, rnthor than land specula
tors, got tho bonoflt of tho Increase In
prlco from betterments nnd public use.'
Tho legal right to proceed In this
way Is called tho law of excess con
deuumllou. In this country somo com
munities have tried to proceed in this
way, but tho state supreme courts
havo found tho state laws provided
for It to ho unconstitutional.
Crnwford, at the 1911 conference on
city planning, said:
"A decision by n state court uphold
ing excess condemnation within rea
Ronablo limits would In turn he up
held by tho supreme court of tho
. Drapery of the Vlns.
Vines havo a most Important mis
sion lo perform In tho decoration of
tho house, nnd no dwolllng, oven of
tha moat beautiful architecture, Is
comploto without their graceful drap
eiy. They glvo an nrtlstic touch that
nothing olso can supply, -whethqr It bo
n cabin or a mansion. Train a rapidly-growing
vino over bnro walls
and It transforms the most unproton
tlouso of dwolllngs Into a thing of
beauty, And whon trained around sun
ny porches tho vinos not only beau
tify, but add much of comfort to tho
home In summer. Vines nro of llttlo
troublo after they aro plantod, will
llvo forover nnd though somo of tho
climbers will bo found In tho follago
class, many of them havo flowers
that aro conspicuously beautiful.
Proud Boast of Bohemian City.
Giving Its building law'B tho credit,
tho Bohemian city of Prague, which
has moro than 500,000 population,
claims not to have lost a llfo by flro
In fifteen years.
In New York.
"Horrlblo murder you had hero."
"Yep," growled the Now York po
llceman. "Think of shooting down a man on
a brilliantly lighted thoroughfare"
"That's Just the troublo," said tho
policeman. "They ought to havo
picked out a sldo streot."
Improved Auto Outfit.
On nn nutomobllo wireless outfit
built for tho Austrian army tho motor
used to propel tho car may also bo
utilized to drlvo the electric gencratdr.
awl - &m
"Y More T"
Both in Use
And it does better
work. Simply follow
your customary method
of preparation add a
little less of Calumet
than when using ordi
nary baking powder.
Then watch the result.
Light, fluffy, and even
ly raised the baking
comes from the oven
more tempting, tastier,
Calumet insures the baking of an
expert. Ask your grocer to-day.
Chicago, 111 J
Yoa Jon'l NTW money' when you tag
cAm or llg-caii belting powder. Don't
bt mlsUJ. Buy Calumet, tl't mom
economical tmrf ulott$omglot
tat mull: Caluaut it fat ttifuior to
tour mlVf and toda.
Point for Sherlock Holmes.
Somebody wondered, how long a cer
tain woman who had Just loft tho
room had been married.
"About 15 years," said tho Jeweler.
"How do you know?" asked tho Jew
oler'a wlfo. "You novor saw hor until
"I can toll by tho size of hor wed
ding ring," ho replied. "Tho width of
wedding rings changes about evory
flvo yoars. Tho kind sho wonrs wai
in stylo 15 years ago."
Tho teacher in nntural history bad
received moro or Iobb satisfactory ro,
plies to hor questions, Tho Delinea
tor asserts, and finally sho asked:
"What llttlo boy can tell mo where
tho homo of tho swallow is?"
Long eilenco, then a hand waved.
"Well, nobble, where Is It?"
"Tho homo qf tho swallow," de
clared Dobble, sorlously, "is In tha
Not overy fortuno hunter Is a good
Mnny n born lender throws up tha
spongo and becomes a follower.
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Sioux City Director;
"Hub of tho Northwest." ,
T.r. IIOLI.AIt & SON, rrlntera,
417 Fourth Htreot, Hlonx City, Iowa
RUBBER STAMPS, SEALS, STENCILS
Iol all klnda, Dal! nit Btamps, Martina Oat
Dti, Etc. Write or call (or what you want.
HOUSTON PEN COMPANY "
Manufacturer-, of Tni Hou-ton Pkm A Prop
erly IJalnnced Fountain Pen, "IlulltforDustueaa
and Alwnva Heady for Action." Wo repair all
nialteu of Fountain Pena. EichacpEld(SIouiCltT,la.
Pool & Billiard Tables
a H. Jtnklnson Co., 421-423 Petri St.. Sioux City. U.
You Get Value Received When You Buy
W I Tho kind with the
p YELLOW BAND
Sold by all eroceri, the bands are valuabU
CASH BUYER OF
Stock Yards, Sioux City, la.
M raaXrD E NT i s is
421 4th Street
Sioux City, la,
Q old or Porcelain
Crown fi.00; Uridn
Work, per tooth ffi.UU.
l All work cuarauteed.
Best equipped PcnUl Orflcca lu Sioux City,
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