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"0 hush, Jack! The blind man will
" the blind man !" said Jack.
But the blind man felt something
papery dropped into his hand, which
closed on it. "Do you know what
that is, blind man?" inquired the girl.
"A one-dollar bill," mumbled the
"A five," said Blaine. "For you have
brought me luck after all, and I al
most love you, you dear blind man !"
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
IT'S RATHER UNUSUAL
C UHDERWDOD UtDERWOOD ,
but Mary Pickett is rather proud
of the title "Queen of the Lobsters."
She is the only woman lobster deal
er in America and supplies some of
the biggest Broadway restaurants.
She inherited the business from her
Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Kimball are in
debted to Dr. Parker for the receipt
of a very fine daughter on Thursday.
Rockaway, O., Times.
There isn't any masculine for
ghrew if we arc to believe the men
WOMAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY
SEEKS REFUGE IN U. S.
rS""' euNocJtwoot l
She recently arrived here from
England, because, as she said, she
has no place else to go." She is one
of Mrs. Pankhurst's leading militant
suffragists and wears six medals,
representing the number of times
she has been arrested.
IN THE MOVIE WORLD
What would a movie death amount
to if hats were not doffed or a sheet
pulled over the face of the unfortu
nate? The original "Uncle Tom" is dead
at Bebbington, Vt, but his film goes
Miss Selina Tubbs- says binderies
must be prospering- because she
reads of so many pictureplays being
Read a movie press story the other
day about a "one-armed director."
However, thece never was an un