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I "BABY" G.A.R. VET
Charles H. Hilles, of Cincinnati,
now 71, is the "baby' veteran of the
Civil War. He il ten months youner
thazdW. G. Second. of New Rochee.
N. Y, who formerly held that honor.
Maj. filles will atend the G. A. R
S aeampent a Des Mooies, Ia, late
WEDDING BELLS AND
Miss Anne Barnett, of Ft. Wothnb,
Tex., is heiress to the famous Burke.
Barnett oil fortune. Guy Waggoner
of the same town, is heir to vast aol
fortunes of the Sothwest. If they
wed, as is reported, theirs will be a
fortune estimated greater than iocke.,
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4 e UNCLE JOHK
Accordin' to palaver, which we seldom fail to hear, we're
totterin' on the brink of certain doom. . . We're hoverin'
o'er the stage of dissolution, mighty near,-We're flounderin'
in the shadder of our tomb! We're due to have a panic, an' a
POOR OLD universle strike,-we'll never see the taxes any
lower. . . . The cattle market's busted-O, you
U. never seen the like,-and every bloomin' bank
will close its door! There won't be any money, an' there
won't be any coal.. . . They tell us in their every-day pala
ver,-we can't escape calamity, to save our little soul, or add
another woe to our cadaver ...
S. . .It's true the crops isplendid, and the medder
grass is tall; the country's full of everything to eat. . .
Old Dobbin seems to fatten in his sanitary stall-the souper
sixes crowd him off the street! The golf-link an' the movie
show is peopled to their gates,-The billion-dollar prize-fight
draws the crowd. . . . The biggest diamond market is in
these United States, where jewelry that's phony ain't al
lowed! But we mustn let delusions shet out the awful truth,
that poverty has got us by the
pants. . . .The crack of doom
pursues us, like a never-failin' 'i7PV"""!
sleuth-we haven't even got a
fightij chan;e i
Moved forU.S.Against Rail Unions
These ae we the principals in the far reahing coutn action which
granted the United States an injunction against the Rail Unions. They
are (upiper klt to riliht) U. S District Attd pi.," ..o; A-'t
. U. S." Attyboron- Enstrline and U. . Atty-Cen. Herc a K
Daugherty. Below, U. S. Judge James H. Wilkerson of the Ch--go
sct !1o granted twe i JUNtioI. Attorney General rh,,J ckm
it a move only to prevent interfering with national public utilities. The
Unions say they wWDfight toa fnish.
Aneot the aying, U'euh and ,go
You've ntetlod, It' be found
That when a fellow makes a toubh
.He e· n't hang around.
A B Uo L
The sermon WU
very long today.
You-but not as
broad as t was
IL he a ges7
M·ender? Is toe
eten the oth er
dde of the eternal
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Geraldln.-She's a ihihed vocalist,
don't yoe think?
George-I'm afraid not. I think -sp
In going to lng again.
Ihkba was so vals
that she wore out
three mirrors just
looking at herselL
There was a man out in Long
Island a week or so ago who took
a horse around to a chap that runs
a riding academy and he offered to
sell the animal at a bargain.
"What's wrong with it?"' asked
the riding master. "Why, nothing,"
said the man with the horse. "It's
really a fne animal for riding or
driving. It's gentle, has lots of
spirit and good staying power."
The riding master asked the man
why he wanted to sell it. "Well,"
he said, "my wife now has a baby
and since she has the baby she has
no time to take care of the horse."
There were folk who criticized that
man forgetting that it's a nice thing
to be kind to animals and see they
fall into good hands.
HE DIDN'T UNDERSTAND
The Father-You told me that he
was worth millions, and so I gave hIm
par hand, of course. Now that yoe
are married I find that he Is as poor
as a church mouse. What did yol
His Daughter-Well, papa, he wa
worth that to me.
GIVING TO THE POOR
Mr. Multirox-It can't. be poeIble
that you spent twenty thousand dot
lau last year for charity.
His Wife-I certainly did. I was as
two committees and had to have new
gowns for the meetings and a new car
THE POINT OF VIEW
Old Grouch--Its a bad world,
Young 8port-Looksa good to me, di
I MR@ 08Th4,
"You're il C
eating two baab4
bil yu ~K
are very IkSu
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