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watch made as shown in the
sketch It wiirhe noted that there
are two hour hands.
It was not necessary to change
the minutes hand under the old
system, as an hour hand is just as
it used to be, but it was necessary
to divide the dial differently. So
another hand was added that
moves over the circuit of the dial
just half as "fast as the old hour
Thus in the sketch it will be
seen that by the old method the
time is 27, minutes to 4 and, by the
new it is 27 minutes to 16 o'clock.
Clock faces are made in the same
Will all good men kindly rush
to the'ald-of their-party hy claim
ing the election of their candidate
Nov. 5 by an "overwhelming
Miss Barnard Russak, St.
Louis, says the solution of the
servant problem is through rein
carnation. This ought to give some hope
to that welL known servant of a
minqrity of the people. William
Clapp senate committee is go
ing to recommend the divorce of
politics from business. The case
will be fought.
Friend Herm Kohlsaat, of the
Inter-Ocean, has made a vicious
attack on Andy .Lawrence right
on the front page, too.
Herm says Harrison and Bart
zen owed their election to Andy,
and asks the people to pause and
consider what has come of ft
The object of Herm's remarks ,
being to gain enough votes to put
the Indian Sign on Maclay
"The only safe place to kiss a
woman is on her photograph."
Dr. Hall, city health officer, Mil
waukee. Oh, Very well.
Perhaps if Carter H. Harrison
were not so strong for, a redlight
district, that Bridgeport, Conn.,
murder would not have occurred.
GOT IN WRONG
One of the most eloquent law
yers that ever pleaded in a court'
of law had a cork leg. None but
the most intimate of his acquaint
ances knew for certain which was
the sham limb. One day he was
engaged in a case when a young
lawyer sought to utilize his
knowledge for his personal bene
fit. The celebrated counsel was
pleading in his most earnest man-
ner when the young lawyer whis
pered to a stranger near him:
"You see how earnest old Rus
ty is. I'll bet you a. pound tha
I can run a pin in his leg right up
to the head and he will never
The bet -was booked. The wag.
took a long pin from his vest and,
leaning forward, drove it up to
the head in the lawyer s leg.
A yell, blood-curdling and more
marie trip hair Inf fh iiirvsranrl nn
end and the judge to jump frdnr
"riraf .rntl" PYrlnimprl th
wag. "It was the wrong leg, and
I've lost my bet 1" '"