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ed -toward the bench.
"I wasn't rubbering ap anyo,ne,-l
nugne returned Lathers.
"Didn'tyou hear that Trat' whis
tle ?" Jennings sa'id'npthing but
to this day many aTfgerVwohders
how Lathers escape'd'-wifhorut'-a-rasping.
; "-'" -V.
'. -' " :A QUICK REMED.Y-
"Your daughter is-getting very
"Well doctor, ' spare no'.ex
pense. What's -the best" way to
'get.fier to sit.up-staigh't-?" '
' "Buy her an automobile''"
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,:',-' J.UST BEFORE THE;FINISH; :;'. :;
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i ,-" - fc Jfc;,5e Jsc9e'Vc
Attell and Kilbane at the start of the twentieth round of the
fight that gave Kilbane the championship. Attell coming. up dazed.
Taf t turns . down government
ownership of telegraphs. "Who'd
a,thunk it?". . ;
When you mind.yQur own bus
iness no one wants' to 'know any
thing about it "- . - -