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ONE HAT CONE
Middletown, N. Y. Unusually mild
weather has caused hens to lay and
Bet as if it were spring. -
OH! WHAT A CHANCE!
By Jim Manee.
The hubbies of that foggy town
That's just across the stream
Should have excuses plenty
For being out, t'would seem.
OF London, that's the bally place
Where men are lucky dubs.
Just think that bloomin' city,
Has seven hundred clubs.
P. S. And if he don't belong to
one of them, maybe at least, he has a
sick friend, to "spend the evening
SCHMIDT TESTIMONY AWFUL
New York, Dec. 22. Testimony in
the trial of Hans Schmidt, self-confessed
murderer of Anna Aumueller,
has-become s6"hirrible that wom.en
who had previously sat with smiles
of shame and terror on their faces,
ran out of the courtroom on Satur
day and will be prevented attending
the sessions during the remainder of
Ojne of the alienists, whoi-vill de
clare Schmidt is insane, will testify
today. Dr. Perry Lichtenstein, the
Tombs physician, who told of the
confession Schmidt wrote out for
him, took the stand for cross exam
ination. The state endeavored to
show that Schmidt wrote this for
Lichtenstein as part of his plan to
f-o o ,
Philadelphia. Demand for treat
ment of cancer by radium so great
that supply at Oncotagic hospital is
in use every hour of day and night.
Has third largest supply in world.
Mother (reprovingly) When 1
was young girls never thought of do
ing the things they da today. Daugh
ter That's why they didn't do them!
Fair and rising temperature today'
and Tuesday; light to moderate vari
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