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"What wuz die disturbance at
I'm 'Going to Cross the Street.'
"Dat wuz no disturbance, Mis
tah Poindextah. Dat wuz a so
cial function to seberal members
ob de bong tong.'
"Ah thought it wuz one ob
dem Chinese societies, or tongs.
What wuz de' nature ob de ob
sequies?" "It wuz a new kind ob enter
tainment caljed a "noiseless din
ner. "How did yo' serve de soup?
"Ah gives yo' to unnerstand,
sah, dat dis am refined society.
We don't even eat peas wif a
"No, Ah suppose yo' uses a fun
nel. Did any ob yo' guests drink
out ob de finger bowl?'
"Say yo' must think we wuz
tryin' to gib an imitation of
"Pahdon me, Ah did not so in
sinuate. Ah concedes dat your
set am de real thing.'
"Your apoplexy am accepted.
Say, what wuz dat traffic police
man scoldm' yo' about on de cor
ner?" "Qh, jusj annoder little .ex-
capade. Mah automobile run in
to a man."
"Wuz de injury serious?'
"Oh, no only de radiator bent
a trifle. De car will be out in a
"But how about de man yo!
"He escaped: -Ah wuz so ex-,
cited dat Ah didn't git de num
ber ob de ambulance."
"Mr. Silverhandles, known as
the sweet singer of the coffin fac
tory, will render a baritone solo
entitled, 'Farwell, Fond Friends,
I'm Going to Cross the Street."
London. Evening dress in
London theater soon will be mat
ter -of tradition. Other theater
managers preparing to follow
the Savoy, which has increased
patronage since abrogating the
Boston. Little dog, Willie,
swallowed $1.75. Flowers are
not necessary for some one has
Rain today for Chicago and vi
cinity ; Sunday cloudy and colder;
moderate south winds, shifting to
northwest by Sunday,