The perfume of the stockyards;
is still intn-nrids'tr ; !
There appears'tb.befia truth, ipt
the rumor-that pro'riijnent and iri-1
fluential $p. 1 rimeSteev3i out'
at the stockyards haveltaken to
dancing the'Tango j- ' t
Mr. Paddy Eavin, qneof our
leading policemen, is ehjo.yin"g a.
furlough from .-his office" in;tth
Mr. Ev?lyn.Arthur See?onejqf;
our most eulturedcujtlsts?is - riot
taking a prominent paftih social
dojngs this winter.
Dr. -uMary Walker -and her
'friends. w " . t
-Hdn: ChasDeeen,vorie of our
Ttiast; promftent .governors, Hvili
soon make air exteaded visit to
his GhicaJgb'houie. .
J Many; .of our .besf-dressed citi
JzeriS a'ml'.tfltizesseS areMooking
'foryOsfarFjiUi' "leisant? anticipa
tion to theanrtuaUsasiety drunk
on New YeaTeVie t
'Do '"yoUr.Christaias ;.drinking
ektly:and makb'rt easy-'i or tired
AUTO KIJXS DEER; DEER WRECKS AUTO
mS&mml C1 lwHSlBH
Here's the iirst cas on record of an automohile running down a
deer. It'happened on the road near NewcombTN. Y. 'The machine,
a small runabout, hit the animal while it was crossing the road. The
impact killed the deer and knocked the auto into a gully beside the
road, It Overturned, and was blown to pieces by a gasoline explo
sion. The-occupaats- escaped with shght injuries.
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