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THERE IS A DEEP MYSTERY IN
FAIRYLAND WHO'S BRIDE?
"Who was the "bride"? This is the
question agitating the police of the
Sheffield av. station who raided
"fairyland" last nighfc-and succeeded
in pinching 17 "fairies."
These "fairies" were peculiar
"fairies." They were all husky man
fairies and not a bit like the story
book kind. They were all painted and
bewigged and we know Puck and his
band never were like that.
"Fairyland" wa located in the
home of Henry Benson, an evange
list, 2022 Orchard street When the
police broke down the door they
found a mob of "fairies," most of
whom made their exit by way of win
dows. All the men were dressed in ladies'
clothes. It is even rumored they call
ed each other "Gertie," etc.
Last night they held a "mock mar
riage." To this marriage festival all
but one. And "she" beg pardon
"he" caused all the trouble. The
huzzy! The police were notified.
A number of invitations to the
party were found. They announced
"The Grandest Time in Fairyland.
Bride to Be Given Away at Sharp
"The first thing I saw after break
ing in the door was a 'giantess' six
feet tall," said Detective Sergeant
Facklan. "I asked what was doing,
and then they all started to run.
"Harry Benson was not there, but
his wife and children were sitting in
a back room. I guess she didn't know
what was going on." The .bride has
not been identified.
Don't use drugs for sleeplessness.
Drugs lead to drug habits.
Insomnia is usually the result of
Do not go to bed with mind tense
or agitated. Do not worry or fret
about anything .Especially do not
worry about not sleeping. If sleep
does not come promptly it will when
you are sufficiently exhausted, there
fore be calm.
If you can sleep it is all right, if
you cannot sleep it is all right. The
people who get desperate not because
of the sleeplessness,, but because of
worry about their sleeplessness.
When you get this established in your
mind you will sleep.
URGE MARRIAGE WAR MEANS
BIRTH RATE MUST GO UP
London, Sept. 28. All ministers of
the Church of England have been
asked by the Archbishop of Canter
bury, its head, to do everything pos
sible to encourage marriage.
He has asked that they reduce the
fee for the marriage license to a
nominal sum and take no fees them
selves for performing ceremonies for
soldiers and sailors called to the
England, like Germany, realized
that a high birth rate is necessary to
fill the gaps caused by the war and
every' effort is being made to encour
age marriage at this time.
DEFINITE ACTION IN THE COL.
MINE STRIKE IMMINENT
Washington, Sept. 28. Definite
action in the Colorado strike situa
tion was imminent today. President
Wilson expected to confer with Sec'y
of Labor Wilson regarding the next
steps to be taken.
He indicated that the Colorado
Fuel & Iron Co.'s reply to the three
year truce plan of settlement waB not
conclusive, but that the other oper
ators' answers were even less favor
able. These letters rejected the plan
GOOD NEWS FOR SUFFRAGETS
News that the suffrage cause had
received a bequest of $2,000,00Q
caused joy in the "suff" circles of
A report has it that the will of Mrs.
Frank Leslie, widow of the publisher,
after her recent demise, gave "the
cause" her whole estate,