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Demand. Just look at tfie prices :
Gin Rickey, 25 cents (rtormal
Scotch Highball, 30 cents (nor
Rye Highball, 30 certts (nor
And -so on through thev liquid
Every- footlobse barkeep in
Washington has been hurried to
Baltimore ($10 a day and ex
penses) to officiate in the. race.
North bound B. & O. trains are
crowded' with mixologists called
to Baltimore 'to keep Supply run
ning neck and neck with Demand,
Meanwhile the weather waxes
hotter, the excitement runs high
er and throats grow dryer. And
prices are firm and buoyant.
It looks as though Demand
would win in the long run.
'This Taft-Roosevelt row' re
marked Jerry B. Sullivan of Iowa,
cemmds me of the
college boys who
tpok a 'stiff into a
sajoon, set it in" a
cjjair, ordered three
tfieir own and skip
ped "As. the story
goes, the "barkeeper
walked over and de-
L mended the pay for
xhe drinks. Getting
t oio reply, he hit the
"'itjfF on the jaw,
Rocking it over on
ieQThe college boys ran back into
jsaloon, -examined the body,-
threw up their hands and cried,
'He's dead!' whereupon the bar-,
'keeper immediately declared:
'Well, he hit me first.' "
APPEALS TO KING; JAIL.
Cardiff, Wales, June 26.-T-A
suffragette forced King George
and Queet Mary to listen to her
here today. For this she Was ar-v
rested and thrown in jail.
The king and'queen were vis
iting the cathedral. The suffra
gette pushed through the crowd
and made her way into the royal
She demanded votes for women
and denounced Home Secretary
McKenna for permitting the for
cible feeding of Mrs. Pankhurst
and MrsLawrence. She said the
official treatment 6t the two suf
fragette leaders was equivalent
to attempted murder.
The'guards rushed to the "pro
tection" of the king and queen.
The suffragette was seized and
taken to jail.
Wash, stone and stem cherries.
To a pint of cherries allow ope
cup of sugar, if tart fruit is used.
Put the sugar with xz cup ofv
water on the fire. When boiling
add the fruit and cook 10 minutes.
Stir in one teaspoon of butter. If
the syrup seems too thin it can be
thickened by adding one teaspoon
of cornstarch, which has been wet
in cold water first.
Pour the cherry mixture when
cold into reavdy-baked pastry
pates. Sift sugar over top. They
are then ready to eat