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agreemehtby which England will
have 6 Ion distance wireless sta
tions. -Paris. Wilmot Black, Alton,
111:, killed while motoring . in
Springfield, III National Pro
gf essive convention association of
Chicago incorporated today. La
Verne W. Noyes and Frederick
S. Oliver, Roosevelt leaders, are
WHAT'LL TiiEV TAKE NEXT
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"By Heckl"-said Uttple Si, is he
climbed ori the back end of the
Madison and grabbed for the rail
ing, "them wimmjn folks is alliis
a-wantin' sohiethin' us men has.
After a while there won't be any
gent'i furnishings a-tall. It'll be
all wimmin's and us fellers can
take wat's left. . .
"I Seen by the papers the other
day that wimmin wuz awearin'
men's socks, to keep 'em Cooler,
but gee whillikins! if them cob
web stockings couldn't keep 'em
cobl, I can't see as how socks can
do any gobdl
".But did that stop 'em? It did
not! "Now theyve gone and
swiped men's garters to hold their
socks lup -with. -Asi it thsfe
WUseh't enough rubbernecks
hanging arouo' the wlhdy cor
ners now without givin' 'em more
to rubber at!"
smile. b ;
A kiss he gave and a backward
And her heart grew suddenly
A trifle, you say, to color a day,
Yet the dull gray morning
For hearts are such that a tender,
May banish a look of sadness;
A small, slight thing can make Us
But a frown will check our
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