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modest hy the Chicago police, and so
you are liable to arrest if you try to
"wear it on the long stretch of beach
that lies between the most censored
taty in the U. S. and Lake-vMichigan.
These new bathing suits for
matron and little maid are coming,
as they are both proper and comfort
able for the woman who swims. The
newest ones are made of heavy black
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) STOLEN THUNDER
1 Uncle Jake Stimmons went to con-
.gress from Half Moon Mountain.
Uncle Jake is one of those white-man
supremacy fellows. Bill Hill, the
editor, printed an anecdote about
Uncle Jake's boyhood? hoping Jake
would buy a bunch of extra copies.
Of course, Bill got the anecdote to
the boyhood of Jeff Davis.
Uncle Jake came into the print
shop with two pistols to kill the edi
tor. "What do you mean by hanging an
anecdote on me," he roared, "that I
seen last winter in the Washington
papers hung on Booker T. Washing
ton?" New York Mail.
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