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gated districts as well.
"A real segregated district
would do a lot of good. Perhaps
some of these fool boys who-think
they are men because they go
down into the present district and
drink and associate with fallen
women would' t think different
about it if they ha to "enter a
branded, labeled district before
the eyes of the "whole city."
FROM THE POLICE COURT
A bearded man1, wrapped in
gloom and silence, sat jn the po
lice court at Gary,Indyyesterday.
Judge Wildermufh, "called Pros
ecutor Greenwald over and asked
him to see what the man wanted.
"He's prpbably a poor foreigner
who has come to us seeking jus
tice and does not understand En
glish," said the judge. '
Greenwald put on an exceed
ingly friendly look and sjdled
over beside the bearded man.
"Dobra vetch??" he inquired in
The beared man looked sus
piciously at Greenwald and mov
ed a- little away from him.
"P'arlez-vous Franchise?" ask
ejl Greenwald in French.
The bearded man shook his
hea,d.t It was evident he was
(foubtful of the prosecutor's san
U in dabrar demanded Green
wald in Polish.
"Magyar?" went on Green
,yald, who is a persistent man.
'"Ram shuck tava?" yelled,
Greenwald in desperation, the
same being Persian.
And still no answer.
"O-hib?" asked Greenwald in
Still there 'was rfo answer.
Greenwald threw up 'his hands $
and turned td the tfdge-
"I can't talk to this guy, judge,"
said Greenwald. "He must speak
some language I never heard of."
The bfearded 'man. turned a
black and glowering' face on
"Why in County Cor-rk cudti't
we spake English?" he demanded.
"I Jhpught we was some misguid-1
ed foreigner who maybe was off
his head. If ye will come outside
widh me. I'll clean the strate up
wldh.ye for taking me for Jap or
something. Me name is Eathrick
A court attendant ran for a
bucket. oB water, which he dashed
into Mr. Greenwald's face. When
Greenwald came to he left the
courtroom by the back door ap,d
in much haste.
These buns, are quite a change
front the ordinary kind. First,,
take one teacup of self-raising,
flour and one ounce -of chocolate
.Powder and mix with the finger.
tjps till there are. no lumps. Then
rub in two ounces' of butter or
lard, two ounces of sugar, a pinch,
of salt, a pinch of baking $oda,'
one egg and a little milk. Mix
well and bake in a hot oven.
Old nieces of fur make chic-