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complete happiness. Oh, Marion,
speak to me; is it all right?"
Now, everyone knows that it is
quite dangerous for the occu
pants of a canoe to shift ever so
little, and as for moving abouj:,.
that is considered a suicidal act.
Nevertheless, when the canoe
floated from under the shadow of
the trees, the moonlight revealed
only vacancy, where John had sat.
"John," Mariontwhispexed soft-
ly. ' .
"I knew what you were going
to say all along."
"PRINCE OF DARKNESS"
GETS HIS IN COURT
George A. Papausky, "Grand
Vizier of the Prince of Darkness,"
was found guilty in Judge Lan
dis' court this morning of using
the mails. to defraud. His attor
neys filed motion for a new trial.
The trial ended suddenly when
the judge refused to allow Pa
pausky to demonstrate the effi
cacy of any of his "charms" and
hypnotic abilities, in an effort to
prove to the jury that all the
claims he "made in his numerou3
mysterious books were based on
The maximum penalty that
may be inflicted is a fine of $3,000,
or five years in the federal prison.
Ppausky, when the jury's ver
dicj; was read, watned that the
wrath of the reincarnated Moses
would descend on his oppressors.
Many of his followers in court de
clared that some miracle would
intervene to prevent him going to
Apparently the only miracle is
a good lawyer who can clear him
through some mysterious legal
"charms." And that isn't really
a, question of miracles, but cold
WE THINK IT BUT
Why Don't We Say it?
YOU'RE GOlrttf TO-
MOTHER A SniFMNCr
CANINE 'OUR rRIENDWP
tuntr Dtr.HT HFBFiir
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"Is he in business or ia.one of
"He is a professional man."
"What does he profess?"
"He professes that he would be
able to get along somehow even if
his wife didn't have money."
He I am going to ask your
father tonight for your hand in
She How old-fashioned you
He In what way?
She Don't ask him; tell him