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cago suffragists that the price tot
seats on the stage would be $1 per
seat, Mrs. Treadwell said. After 210
Chicago women had made reserva
tions, she said that the 'mere man"
raised the price to $1.50, so she re
turned the money of the-. 210 who
made reservations. "
; "I have never faced such a humil
iating situation in my life," said Mrs.
Treadwell. "I repeatedly tried to re
adjust matters with Mrs. Ostrander,
hut he refused to talk to me."
1 BITS OF NEWS
Winnipeg, Man. Ten " Eskimos,
marooned on island in south of Hud
son Bay 10 years, rescued by Hudson
Bay Company employes.
. .New York. Leo Brink and Clinton
Scott, 13, Scranton, found in box car
nearly starved to death. Refused to
admit they were runaways.
Colorado Springs, Col. F. M. Mc
Cully, aged man, killed Mbms R.
Locke, 35, then suicided. Mania for
Cheyenne, Wyo. Series of bon
fires nearly 450 miles in length will
be lighted in Southern Wyoming
marking route of Lincoln memorial
highway in this state.
Cadillac, Mich. Yeggmen blew
safe in Bank of Falmouth. Escaped
Minneapolis. Police drew revolv
errs to control student riot at Gay
Charlerol, Pa. Geo. Ross, 57, and
Henry Bowser, 68, drowned when
they leaped into water to escape
flames that attacked sand digger
New York. Gen. Bramwell Booth,
head of salvation Army, arrived here
occupying, two rooms of regal suite
on liner Lusitania.
Indianapolis. Mrs. Frank M. Dill
tag, wif of well-known-candy manu
facturer, granted divorce and $16,000
alimony. Also custody of two chil
dren and $40 a month for their support.
At a reception in a rural commun
ity, old chap, the young people whiled
the time by osculatory diversions
which they termed "kissing games."
At length it came the turn of one
youth to submit to the caress of a
buxom country girl. He was utterly
unwilling, don't you know, and voic
ed his earnest objections thuswise:
"Nix on any gal putting her gum
cruncher against my plug-cut yank
er. It's a bum habit, pressing the
glad smile works. It means a big
swamp in microbes with horns and
long toe-nails. I wouldn't do that
mistletoe trick if the niftiest filly that
ever sprouted a dimple nudged up to
me and yelped, 'Gimme the yumyunr
salute, kid!' Outside with that stuff.
If I was hitched I wouldn't ever let
my wife toss me a Hobson."
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He What has made the professor
so wild She Oh, he was gassing
about botany, and so I asked him if
he had ever seen a pink palm. He
said, "No,v and I showed him my