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SCHOOL DAYS BY ALLMAN
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CURRENCY E!lL PASSES ROUSE
Washington, Dec. 23. By a vote
of 298 to 60, President Wilson's cur
rency bill as revised by the confer
ence passed the House yesterday, and
will probably become a law today.
Debate by the Senate commenced
this morning at 10 o'clock and a vote
will be taken this afternoon.
"I haven't seen Hemmandshaw for
"No; he hasn't been out of the
house since his accident." '
"Was he seriously injured?"
' "No; but he feels the disgrace
"Yes. After living in the heart of
the city all his life, he went to the
country one day last week and was
join over by a milk wagon;"
ANOTHER STYLE THAT
By Jim Manee.
To the youngster of the present day'
The tango is the style;
With the other fancy dances
Starring every little while.
If you ask for two-step or a waltz,
They'll answer back to you:
Oh! you mean the sort of dancing
That our mothers used to do."
P. S. Just the same, the good old"
fashioned two-step and waltz look
best in the long run, to-yours truly,
by jim manee.
Unsettled weather today and to
morrow; probably snow flurries to
day and somewhat wannet; moder
ate variable winds.