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street -witness button up in Envy's
bright, chameleon green.
SOME ADVANCE SHOWN
Many years ago, a certain fair
damsel by-the-name of Salome-danced
before Herod, King of Juflea, and
so delighted his majesty thatoltte
promised "to reward her with 'what
ever she most desired. The majden,
prompted by her mother, demanded
the head of a certain unpopular
prophet Who chahced to be in prison
at the time. .
Lady Constance Stewart Richard
son is tp dance in a few months in
New Yofrk nut beingof a worldly
turn of mindf haS asked for $5,000 a
week andjs gojngto getlt
King Herod -was not a bit shocked
at Salomes display oflimbs whereas
Lady Constance actually succeeded
in bringing a blush tothe chfeekof
King Edward, which" proves",' of
course,, that the wdrld is reaching
forward. - - -
" City man, dictating a retter-j"My
dear Mr. Schankemausnhehner-.'
Typist How do you spell Qiatnatne?
City man S-c-h Oh, by thawayr
I think you had better begin the Tet
ter "My deaf sir," and sare the Wear
and tear of theTnachitf e ! l '
INSANE BURGLAR LEADS MERRY
- - CHASE ON WEST SIDE.
An insane burglar played havoc on
the West1 Side for about fifteen min
utes last night.
He was first Seen by Mrs. Frank
Bowyer, 175 fSouth Francisco av
enue. He had a red-beard and car
ried a gun and knife, Bowyer, who
"was at the gate, bidding a friend
-good night, heard" his wife scream
and rushed in to the house.
The burglar-was-iust departing by
way of a side window. Bowyer
seized, a golf club and struck the man
on the head. He fell to the ground,
picked himselfmp and started away.
Three neighbors joined the chase.
The burglar dropped his beard. The
race continued up and down alleys,
across lots and over back fences.
Detectives Joined the chase and the
burglar was-finally -captured when a
policeman threw a revolver at him
and knocked him to the ground.
At ttlje Warren avenue station it
was discoveredhat man was Charles
Baker; 40, who -served 1.9-years in the
Chester asyhutrfor- tie- crigoinal in
sane. At the station- he'iput up a
"terrific battle and succeeded-in Ten
dering the lockup keeper uncon
scious before he -was overpowered.
how -tHe-War started
"Say, what'sfthe matter with this
F-Each woman in if wears a frown.
There's venom in their eyes."
"Well, stranger.'if, you want to know,
We Just pulled off a baby show,
And bnly- tad one prize."
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