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ISN'T SHE THE STYLISH LADY?
WOW! SOME GAME
Kearney, N. J.t Sept. 27. "Now
for the shoes! Come seven! The
pants and shirt; stay away craps'!"
Three merry highwaymen thus dis
posed of William Milton's wearing
apparel earjy today while William,
clad only in a grouch, shivered near
by. Milton is a watchman at the Penn
sylvania Bailroad shops. At, the po
lice station when a suspect was
bi ought in, he said:
."That's one of them. He's got on
my shoes." , - i .
GIRL DOES SOME SPRINT
Greensburg, Pa., Sept. 27. Miss
Pearl McFarland, 17 years old, to-,
day held the distinction of having
chased a railroad train two miles,
caught it "on the fly" and boarded it
She was so eager to reach the high
school here for examinations that she
started after the train when she
missed it by a 'half minute at Deny,
her home station. She collapsed
after climbing aboard, but recovered
and averaged 98 in the exams. A
heavj fog letarded the train.