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a corset; what she wanted was
her money back.
"Why, the idea ! Of course she
should have her money back!
Who ever heard of a person "be
ing forced to keep a No. 21 corset
Mrs Marion Penn.
when a No. 23 was the smallest
that.QQuid possibly be squeezed
into." This was the sentiment of
one' and-alj'of the feminine jurors
Emphatically shown by the speed
withiwhich they delivered a ver
dict. Men, have a care! more speed
and accuracy in your delivery of
verdicts or the services of the
dispensed with? so
INVITES TAFT.INTO NEAT
Washington, Feb. 16. Presi
dent Taft received an invitation
to invest in a "skin game" today.
The request came second-handed
from Ambassador -to Italy, T.
"I haven't the heart to let you
miss a good thing,", wrote
The proposition originally was
made to O'Brien by an American
citizen, now resident in Tripoli,
whose head probably has been af
fected by the sun.
It is simply this, acocrding to
the A. C: "Raise cats; raise
rats to feed the cats; skin the
cats; sell the skins; feed the car
cases of the dead cats to the rats.
Thus you will have a business
which will be automatically self
supporting. Please let me know
how much stock you want in a
million dollar company."
OUR PRECISE ARTIST
.professional male juror will be
"A court of last resort."