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perintend a bath for him on the day
so set aside by custom, and to pa
her $5 a week just after the process,
First Trolley Conductor Why was
Second Conductor His car struck
a man at Steenth street and carried
him a block on 'the fender! After col
lecting a nickel from him, Kelly, in
the excitement, -forgot to ring it up
and the man was a spotter! Life.
Alfred Quaiffe, vault clerk of U. S.
treasury, Washington, has handled
$25,000,000,000 in his fifty years'
OH t THUNDER!
New York. Col. Roosevelt will
dine with Charles E. Hughes, Repub
lican presidential nominee, as Astorl
Lexington. Laurance Simpson,
rich farmer, submitted to blood
transfusion to save life of grand
New York. Condition of Hetty
Green, "richest woman in world," re
ported favorable. 'Denied she is suf
fering from stroke of paralysis.
New York. 32 new cases of infan
tile paralysis reported from Brooklyn
yesterday, bringing total in the last
ten days up to 146.
nY WILD AGE has maav unpc
I RAN AWAY FROM , " ;
HOMF CRIED, AND CRIED
i ' CAME UPON AN ' TNO
ANCENT SAGE AND oS MY TOES
W'TH WISDOM IN HiS . KSSED MAMMA AT 9
DOflE- THE DOOR-. I .