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BULGABS EXPECT TOTASS THROUGH THIS GATEWAY
The gate in Constantinople through" which the Balkan, army
will probably march, if it succeeds in taking the historic old town.
This gate leads to the road to Adrianople. It was by this very gate,
they say, that the Turks entered Constantinople in 1453, and there
placed the Mahomedan crescent above the Christian cross, where
it has been ever since.
"Police! Murder!" yelled a
guest at Hotel Raymond, San Di
ego, clad in his pajamas and
perched on an outside balcony.
They learned that in his jim jams'
the poor fellow thought he was
in the hands of the N. Y. police.
He was making .the correct holler,
all right, drunk or -sober.
"How is your little brother,
"He's sick abed. iHe hurt his-t
"Oh, that's too bad. How did
he do it?"
"We were playing who could,
lean furthest out of the wmdow;
and he won," j