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-TWA YOR WILL SLEEP IN COFF'IN TO PUNISH SELF.
FOR HAVING "NIGHT WITH BOYS!"
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Atlantic City, N. J. "No, Tm not joking; not a bit of it," exclaimed
Mayor Riddle as he inspected the new plush lined coffin which he had made
to order and which he will install in his home. "When a fellow gets out
with the boys and kind of gets by his limit, he. should have something to
remind him, aside from a headache and a flannel tocque the next morning.
I've had this coffin made so that when I get Home after one o'clock In the
morning from some banquet or the like it will be my sleeping place. Guess
that'll make me think!"
AUSTINITES TAKE ACTION ON
"BLIND PIGS" .
When the Austinites found the city
and county authorities indisposed to
help them in their campaign against
"blind pigs" they organized a vigi
Starting today this committee,
headed by Aid. Buck of the 35th
ward, will collect evidence and pre
sent it to the government authori
ties. ' .
Recently a delegation called on
City Prosecutor Harry Miller and
asked him to prosecute these illicit
stills. Miller barred the newspaper
men from the hearing and the Aus
tinites present would not talk.
Last night one of the members of
the committee which visited Miller
stated that the organization of the
committee was the answer of the
Austinites to Miller's lax prosecution
of the cases placed in his hands.
Physicians who have been studying
alfalfa as a medicine report that it
stimulates the bodily functions; cures
mental depression, increases the ap
petite and causes an improvement "In
weight A tincture of the plant is
used internally. . i