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airun, followed- by an elderly gentler
man. ?They made straight for Drum-
Got you, Patterson," they Cfiuck-.
iea. uome aiong now. iguessnesa
nervy fellow, to- come here, V with
seven indictments pending, eh?" He
snapped the handcuffs on Drumfleld's
Suddenly the elderly gentleman be
hind .them uttered a cry.
"John!" he exclaimed. "How did
you get here? Take off those hand
cuffs, boy; this .is John Drumfield!"
John Drumfield found himself look
ing into the face of his prospective
'-father-in-law, now the district attor
jonni" cnea tne latter, "wnat in
heaven's name are you doing here?
spent all last night searching for
you. They heard you had been sand
bagged by Patterson's men. Lucy has
been -half crazy. When you didn't
come, home last night she, left the
children with Delia and went "
"Children? Whose children?"
"Why, yours and hers, of course,
John. Why do .you 'ook at me like
that? Have you' been dreaming?"
Suddenly the clouds' rolled, away
trom Drumfield s irain and he re
membered all. - ,
"I guess I have," he said, with a
laugh. "I dreamed thai I had gone
to sleep eight years ago and. that
Lucy and I had never been married."
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
Thoughts yLi jS
By Tom Jackson. 1 '
"I'li build a fleet of aeroplanes,'
The kaiser doth declare.
Well, William's thought have mostly
. Away up in the auv "
MICHIGAN SUFFRAGETS TO, TRY
- AGAIN FOR VOTE -Detroit,-
Mich., April 5-r-Michigan 5
suffragets, aided by fellow workers
from all over the country, today'
made their final appeal for the right
to , vote. The woman suffrage
amendment to the constitution will
be submitted to the people' on Mon
day; 'A paragraph appearing in an anti
suffrage circular discussing jury ser
vice fbr women started a row which
.served to sidetrack both suffragets
and "antis" from their main argu
ment. It read: "How would ycyvjl&e
to have your mother or sister locked
up all night in a room with eleven
men?" The suffragist leaders ren
dered a verdict that the reference
Mass meetings and street parades
marked the closing day of the cam
paign throughout the state.
Senator Jones of Washington
states that if Michigan, fails to grant
the" ballot to women this time it ought
to be put out of the umon.
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TRAIN HITS OPEN SWITCH TWO
'PASSENGERS KILLED ,
Hoytville, O., April 5 Wm. Jack-.
son, fireman, Garrett, Ind. and Grant
Mason, Hoytville, were killed., four
scalded ancLseveri injured when pas
senger .train No. ' 6, on the B. .& 0.
Ry., crashed through an. open switch
The engine was -torn looseirom the-
rest of the- train and crashed into
the depot. - , .
The iniured: JBurt Kost. engineer.
Garrett, Ind., scalded: Ciaude Haeer.
M. M. Miller, C. C Miller, all of Hoyt
viile and Pat LimberBowling Green..
Six others, uniaentmed, were rush
ed to a hospital The station was
Diner Isn't this meat "rather
tough? Waiter There's no. denying
that, sir; but, then, we serve extra
strong. toothpicks .with it.