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"HELLO, FOLKS! I'M THAT PERFECT: BABY YOU
HAVE ALL READ ABOUT RECENTLY
toward Dean is this baby's name.
He lives in a hospital at Jersey
City, N. J.
He is fatherless and. motherless.
Four months ago he was puny,
sickly, evidently doomed to 'die, ' ;
And just the other day-he made a
perfect score 100 per cent iin a
DENY PENMAN'S CLAIM
Champaign, Ill.t Dec. 13. Hattie
Gara and Grace Burgess, in whose
resort- In Danville Gust Penman
claims he was given a "passion pow
der" that rendered him insane and
not responsible for the killing of
Harold Shaw, testified that Penman
had not .been doped and that the
stranger, -whom the slayer says gave
him the powder, did not exist.
Prof. Rippmann of London .an
nounces that girls "begin to talk ear
lier, than boys. Yep! Earlier, oftener,
longer and later. -
UNEMPLOYED TO -MEET
A meeting of tthe"'unemployed' will
be held atHodcarfiers' -Hall, Harri
son and Green streets, at 7:30 to
night to discuss ways and means to
obtain' immediaterelief-for the un
employed"At the close of the prin
cipal addresses there will be five
minute open discussions..
.. ' UN-AMERICAN .
"By-'jove, old' cnap.'-you're an hour
"That chauffeur of mine cannot
accustom- Wmself to disregarding
laws andv ordinances !'- Puck.
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