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ghsh society is puzzled. And En
glish society is also taking unto
itself a great deal of heavy
That thought is on the subject
of "tame cats." The society wo
men who are the possessors of
"tame cats" are beginning to
wonder if they are playing with
They are wondering if their
"tame cat" is going to show tiger
like claws some day, and their
bodies be washed up by the 'sea
and their "tame cats' " bodies be
found hanging to electric light
They are beginning to wonder
if "tame cats" are ever safe, and
the "tame cats" themselves are
not quite so popular today as they
were before the Nowill-Delay
LITTLEST DISfclPLE TELLS
HOW GLAD SHE IS
Mona Rees, the little disciple
of Evelyn Arthur See, explained
o Judge Scully today how glad
she was that See was out of jail
Driving one of the automobiles
provided by that angel of the Ab
solute Life cult, Stephen Bridges,
Mona ran down a wagon in which
were W. F. Barry and his father,
Thomas Barry, about one month
Barry was badly injured, and
charges were filed against Mona.
The case has been continued sev
eral times pending the outcome
of Barry's injuries.
When'Mona appeared in court j
today, Judge Scully sliowed in
terest. "Is the Boss home again?" he
"Yes, he's back again," said
"Same old See, is he?" asked
"Just the same as ever, ev.en
after his terrible experience of 13
mo'nths in prison," said the lit
"Still got his nice' gray hair?"
asked Scully. ?
"Yes," said Mona blushing. '
"And how's his little cult?"
asked the, judge.
"His little cult's right outside
this court room door just now.
They're all witnesses in this"
case," said Mona. ,
It was even so. Mildred
Bridges, Mrs. Bridges and Mrs.
Rees were all outside the court
room in an automobile.
"How's all the little cult feel
ing about the reunion?" asked
"Oh, we're-all just perfectly de
lighted over Evelyn's return.
We're so hapJpy we can hardly
talk about it"
"Is that so?" said Scully. "Well,
Miss Rees, I'm afraid I shall have
to continue your case again until
January 7. Mr. Barry is still in
a bad way."
Mona skipped out" of the court
room and joined the rest of the,
little cult in the auto, which was
immediately headed for the Ra
cine avenue temple of love.
There's many a slip 'twixt mis
tletoe and the lip.