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ers, is wrong, and I arise to tell you
that the "Barefoot Boy" was,written
by the blind poet, John L. Milton
(that is how he knew the boy was
barefooted), in Paradise Alley be
tween the lost and regained depart
ment. Yours for accuracy. Orris
SUNDAY SAYS PATERSON MEET
WILL BE BIG SUCCESS
Paterson, N. J., April 8. Evan
gelist Billy Sunday today tasted the
first fruits of success in his Pater
son revival. His first convert, who
hit the "sawdust trail" last night, was
a mechanic and today was preaching
Sunday's gospel to his fellow em
ployes. Sunday reiterated today that re
ports that the Paterson meetings
were a "frost" were unfounded and
that all signs pointed to a "rip-roarin'
BEER KING'S DAUGHTER WEDS
NO DUKE FOR HER
St. Louis, Mo., April 8 C. Drum-
mond Jones "Drummie" and his
bride, who until last night was Miss
Marie Busch, eldest daughter of Au
gust A. Busch, millionaire brewer, to
day are speeding southward to Hot
Springs, Va., on their honeymoon
trip, following, their wedding at Grant
Farm, last night - .
SAVING HIS FACE
TO "AN OLD RAIL." The switch
man was correct in regard to trains
displayingsignals as per present book
of rules of C. B. & Q. R. R. Rule 20
reads: All sections of a train except
the' last will display two green flags
'and, ha addition, two green lights by
night in places provided for fhat pur
pose on the front of the engine. Rule
21: Extra trains will display two
white flags and, in addition, two
white lights by night in place provid
ed for them on front of engine.
Old Rail was correct as per book
of rules of 1889 of C. & N. W. R. R.
Rule 64: Red signals carried on an
engine shows that a train is follow
ing which has precisely the same
rights as the train bearing the sig-.,
nals. A train following regular train
under red signals must always be
considered as a part of and to have
all of the rights of the leading train
and no more. Rule 65: Green sig
nals carried on an engine show that
the train carrying them is a special.
The Big Snake.
DIDN'T WANT TO BE BURDEN
HI and despondent because she was
a burden on her folks, Amy Schoen
eck, of 4718 Jackson blvd. shot her
self Tuesday. Her hody was found in
a room in the Hotel Morrison yester
day. She carefully prepared the bed
clothes to deaden the sound of the
shot, wrote" notes with instructions
and reasons for her act and took her
"God forgive me and take my soul.
A burden I am to others and for
give the sorrows I bring to an al
ready heavily burdened family and
kkwvUiprs " her nnte Tftad in nart.
Don't speak to me again, Ernest
Maltravers! I have discovered that
you are not a real inafquis."
"Curses, Geraldine, what have you
"I have discovered that you came
to this country on a cattle boat."
"Quite true the cattle aboard
were all pedigreed rattle' v
Oh! WelL that's different"
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