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touched the blond on the arm.
"I am afraid, madam, Lr will
have to detain you as a wt
ness " i
"And just then I woke up," fin
ished the pretty, bkjnd. Then,
looking at the officer, "Sir?"
"Oh, nothin,' " replied the sergeant-
"But there ought, to be a
muzzling law in this town."
"Goodness, look where we, are;!''"
said the blpnd. The car had
sppped at the barn at the end of
the line. " ,
Five minutes Iafer the sairfe
crowd boarded No. 332 onthe're
turn trip. But this time there
was an ominous silence.
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., FOREIGN ITEMS; " .
Paris, D i f i g i ble passenger
service over Paris and vicinitv is
being- organized anoVa number of
daily trips, will tie carried, ou dur
ing the jsummer,at fixed prices.
Daily air service betityeeiti Eng
land and France with hydro
planes is aso planned.
Berlin.-rAfter heiqg married
sevn years and' now paving four
fine, healthy sons, the Crown
Prince and the Crpwn Princess
are about to receive wedding
present to which a number of
dtieff of Prussia "chjppdd in. ' It
is an immense silver candelabra
aid table ornament four feef
high. It has taken seven years to
make it and is said to be the finest
art piece in Silver that has been
made in a" century. The presenta
tion will be made some time this
Pekin. Minister of Marine
Liu Kuan Hsiunsr has discovered
financial shortage of more, than
55OOOiOO0 iaels? or about $3$300,
000, in his department, for which
officials of fallen Manchu regime
are, unquestionably xespqnsible.
Bf rhiv-rRicbest, maji in king
dom of Saxony is King,Fj-ederjck
August According to a statistical
bo'ok on wealthiest persons in
Sa'xbny'he is Worth about $$,250,
000. Hisincome, including his sal
ary, is $1,250,000 a year. .
Berlirtr Reichstag just b'efore
its adjournment tift fall adopted
a resolution .sanctioning "mixed
marriage," that is, marriages be
tween blacks 'and 'whites in the
German,, colonies Both Social
Cathdlic. Centrists voted for reso
lution. Prague, Austria, Tol s t p i's
famo'us drama, "The Light That
Shmeth in the Darkness," has
Seen barred from Prague theaters
by' police authorities Ground
giveiras that play is "anti-mili-.tary
WHAT'TO DO FOR POISON.
When a man is "dead drunk"
heis unconscious from alcohol
ppisoniqg. Such pjaisoijing is 'al
ways serious and often .fata.
Neyer think that because an un-v
conscious man is merely "drank"
he is in no danger- ,
This sort of poisoning is treat
ed by the use of emetics, excepin,
cases where vomiting is spontan
eous. Aromatjc spirits of'ammo
nia or strong coffee may be given.
Patient should be kent warm and