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quent a remark a$ "give me an
other glass," or "give me another
The schedule of meals served
included dinner, supper, break
fast and lunch pardon, lunch
eon. The schedule of drinks served
included but space is too valua
ble, ask the first bartender you
see to name all the drinks he ever
heard of. Miss out the beer.
You bet the Quaker City is
quaking today. It is quaking in
the fear that the names of those
women of society who wore
tights and who danced for almost
twenty-four hours and who
soused themselves in champagne
will become known.
Also, having had previous ex
perience with Bals Masques at
which revelry was carried far if
not quite so far, it is quaking in
the thought of the scandals that
probably will come before part
ners are straightened out.
TRUSTY SAVES JAILER
Peoria, 111.. Feb. 5. Edward
Stewart, a trusty, drove a score
of prisoners back to their cells at
the point of a revolver this after
noon and prevented a jail break.
Turnkey Howard Tuttle was
taking a negro prisoner to the
jail cjrrice when the man struck
him. ' Another negro stunned
Tuttle with a club. Tuttle's re
volver fell to the floor.
Stewart grabbed the gun and
faced the rioters. He fired sev
eral times before help reached
him. Then the prisoners were
driven back to their cells.