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OUTBURST OF EVERETT TRUE,
Stfrl(MDBf JUST -BOUGHT JT9&OUT
if 1 ;
V o o- ' - "
Mrs. Nextdoor Prof. Adagio call
ed at our house yesterday, and my
.daughter, played the piano for him.
Hejust raved over her playing.- Mrs.
Peprey How rude! Why couldn't
he conceal his feelings the -way the
rest of us. do?
, v. o o T
Y. Herald thinks ttiat militant
suffragettes are .lunatics and shoul
beconfined. v Those phibaris' 'who
soldT-their votes at $1.14 per prob
ably think so, too.. , t
Poet All my life seemed to go
into that- poem, -I was perfectly .ex
hausted when I had "finished' writing
it. Editor I can. sympathise .(with:
you..: .1 was fn'exactlythe same, con-,
dition wh.en; I' had finistied reading
Judging by Taft's generous cour
tesy to Wilson, in those closing
hours, it's a mighty good thing that
Teddy wasn't :elected for Bill, anyhow.