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nerve. He, hid behind a post for all
ol 30 minutes and kept bis head turn
ed steadily toward the walL His
friends called to him several times
and pleaded with him to talk, but he
refused to favor the audience with a
single wqrti and he, said afterwards
that it would 'be more nervt-racking
to make a speech before a houseful
of pretty women than to take the
most perilous chance in a moving
"PAJAMA MAN'S" LAZY LQVE COSTS DESERT
"MINING QUEEN" $15,000
Los Angeles, Cal. How Orris 0.
Budd became known as the "Pajama
Man," which was not in any way
meant to be a compliment to him,
cost Mrs. Ada Alys Morgan, ''The
Desert Mining Queen," just $15,000.
Budd stands in his socks 6 feet 4
stalwart of limb, with black hair on
his head and face. 'Twasn't long be
fore Mr. Budd was ordering the fore
man around at Mrs. Morgan's mine.
And soon he did not work at all.
In fact, he never pretended, even to
dress, but strolled about the desert
in his pajamas said it was too-hot
to wear clothes.
And all the time there was talk.
Mrs. Budd, wife of the "Pajama
Man," hearing talk, hied herself to the
desert and took certain motion pic
tures and returned with them to Los
Then there was a court trial with
Mrs. Budd demanding $15,000 from
Mrs. Morgan as heart balm.
Mrs. Budd was awarded the $15,
000, which is said to be the largest
judgment ever allotted for an affair
of love in this state. Mrs. Morgan now
says she hasn't the money. The case
is' on appeal.
And what became of the ''Pajama
Oh, Mrs. Budd is now suing him for
Success may jiot depend so much
upon what you do yourself as upon
what you can jolly others into doing
for you. tt
Corks may be made airtight .and
watertight by keeping them immersed
in oil for five minutes.
I & ' ,- 1 til
Mrs. 'Orris O. Budd, wife of the
"Pajama Man" (upper,)', and Mrs. Ada
Alys Morgan, "The Desen. Mining
valucen."" " -'