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"was gopd. Arrested. Given 550 or z
Frank Jonston, negro, held for an
noying Irene Dossel, 12, 9041 Buffalo.
Mrs. Maggie Murphy, 9d9 W.
Washington blvd., tumbled down-
salrr. Badly InlurfiG."
One-third of Francis A. Hopkins'
$126,000 estate goes to Fred R. Pad
dleford. Rest to brothers.
School board met. Called roll. Ad
journed. Ousted trustees causee.
MONKEY DIDN'T MIND, BUT WASN'T THAT GIRL
HOPPIN' MAD, AND DIDN'T SHE HOP SOME
New, York Splash-dash, spish
went the "hot and cold" in the private
bath of Miss Caroline Clumb of Co
lumbia. Splash-dash! O-oh! a h!
went Miss Caroline Clumb in her per
fumed private bath on the good ship
Wow! Help! Scat! Take that man
away yelled Miss Caroline Clumb
- hopping, out of her bath, into her
bath robe and down the passageway
of the liner.
The captain came, the first mate
came, the ship's crew rushed to the
rescue, but instead of Miss Clumb of
Columbia, but instead of a horrid
man,, it was a monkey they found in
her sudsy, sousey tub. The monkey
had not engaged a private bath he
just dropped in from the porthole to
take his morning plunge. It was then
Miss Clumb hoppedcout The simian
tourist never finished his toilet.
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CHATTERTON PLAYS LEADS IN
Thomas Chatterton nlavs leads
with a Kay Bee moving picture con?
pany in Southern Californir