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man of ex-Boss George B. Cox of
Cincinnati and a devotee of spiritual
ism. He died in March.
Mrs. Plymouth Weeks) former
spiritualiistic medium, who, in
Kraft's will, is redbgnized as the
mother of Lewis Kraft, Jr.
Lewis Kraft, Jr., now 12, known as
the "spirit child," because Lewis
Kraft, Sr., believed he was born to
Mrs. Weeks through intercession of
the spirit .of a dead woman he once
Mrs. Dora Funk Guien, Washing-;
ton Court House, Ohio, who now al
leges that Lewis Kraft, Jr., the
"spirit child," is her child and was
taken from her by persons who de
sired to deceive Kraft into believing
that tie spirits had given him an heir
through Mrs. Weeks.
Mrs. Catharine Kraft, 65-year-old
widow of Kraft, who for years en
dured in silence the rivalry of "the
Foote and Garrick, supping to
gether at the Bedford, the former in
pulling out his purse to pay the reck
oning dropped a guinea which rolled
in such a direction that they could
not readily find it.
"Where the deuce," says Foote,
"can it be gone to?"
"Gone to the devil, I suppose," said
"Well said, David," retorted Foote.
"You are always what I took you for
ever contriving to make a guinea
go further than any other man."
When you write a note to "girlie,"
It's a note that may come due,
And for breach of promise surely,
She'll collect the wealth o' you.
Do not write to pouting 'Teaches";
Phone her love's low wonder tale;
For you'll find the phone-made
Are less deadly than the mail!
Tacoma Times. 1
QUAINT FASHIONS OF '0 MODEL'
FOR THIS GOWN
With its square bodice and skirt
falling in stiff, straight folds, this
evening gown is remindful of the
quaint, fashions of 1860, which is
often called "the period of good taste
in American fashions."
The gown, which is of the "made
in America" brand, is white faille,
brocaded with silver, and a stiff band
of white faille makes a prim, old
fashioned trimming for the bodice.
WANTED Double carriage or go
cart for twins. Will eive brand new
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