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won on a foul in the twelfth
round from Young Nitchie at
Providence. Deshler .was ahead
That battery of Indiana state
artillery at the Porter track yes
terday wasn't the first "battery"
that has been used at such places.
Except that usually the "batter
ies" make the plugs travel faster
instead of stopping them.
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Marion Donohue, 7, on the left,
and William, 6, tagged-as hu-
, man freight on their arrival in
Cincinnati, O., Oct. 23. Two
human packages, addressed to
Albert Meyer of 624 Race St., ar
rived at the Pennsylvania depot-,
one evening, and because it was
too late to deliver them they were
checked for the night at the Ju
venile Court Place of Detention.'"
They were delivered Saturday
to the consignee in good condi
tion. The packages were placed f. o
b. on a train at Kalamazoo, Fri
day. On one was tied a tag, bear-1
ing the words: "This is Marion,
Donohue, 7. Please deliver to
uncle, Albert Meyer, 624 Race st.,'
Cincinnati." The tag on the other
indicated that the vbearer was'
Wra. Donohue, 6, and was to be.
delivered at the same address. ".
The boys had been at a board
ing school in Kalamazoo;- ancf .
there was no one to accompany
them when they left to join Cin
cinnati relatives. Probation Offi
cer Emerson also found the boys,'
grandmother, Mrs. A. T. Wat-'
son, of Latonia.
PAINFULLY TRUE I
Mike Top av the morning to'
yez, Pat! Shure, where did you'
get that black eye? '
Pat Why, lasht night at the!
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Pat Well, Oi asked someone,
there, "Who's that tall bhoy with
the red mustache?" And some
body says to me, "Shure, he's the
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Tody Jennie tells me young
Woody proposed to her last
night. , f-
Viola I don't think I knovP
him. Is he well-off?
Tody He certainly is. She rer
fused him. . 'i