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iijg his fist at him, his tempra
ment also became exited
3 just then they found they had
$p hold the boat a few minutes
for. some high-priced passenger,
ana they slipped the gangplank
'mr, blooay come running down
it, and ran dufarny went running
pig, says mr. blooay, and he
slaps mr, dufarny xn the earv "
vrat, hollers mr. dufarny2and
he 'gives mr. bloioay'a necktie a
terrible pull j .
just then their ives come
'dashing down andlpheA mistake
was cleared up s
r witch being the case -'they
begged 10 thousend pardons of
eafeh 'other, and mr. blooay kissed
mr? dufarny 6n the eyelash and
mfc? dufarny kissed mr, blooay on
the'neck, and there you are
being a frenchman is quite ex
iting, hut rioF yery dangerus
-' -r johny
1 r o (J
ANYWAY, JOHN MANAGED
TO GET A DRINK
John C. Mackay, an attorney of
Saginaw, Mieh., has discovered a
new way of getting a drink with
out paying for it.
John was very thirsty-Saturday
hight. Also John wastyithqut the
dough necessary to" satisfy his
thirst. - - t" -
So John marched inothe bar
room of'ie CongressJ3fotel and
asked that the whisky bottle be
- passed to him.
The bartender was obliging.
John t6ok the bottle of bourbon
and sniffed it carefully.
"I don't believe this whisky is
up to proof," he s"aid to the bar
tender. "I am a revenue officer.
I'll just take this bottle along
The bartender, who was a sim
ple soul, allowed John to get away.
with the bottle.
About an hour later John walk-,
ed into the same barroom andi
loudly demanded that he be given'
another bottle "to complete my,
work of testing the stuff you sell'
over the bar."
Onr n train fhp finrfatuUr
obliged and John.retired with an
This time, howeveryjohn was
in slightly too much of a hurry to
get at the bottle. He tackled it as
soon as he got outside the door.
The bartender saw John "com-v
pleting his work of testing the
stuff' and let a wail out of him
you "could hear for blocks. Then
he called a policeman:
John was taken before Judge
Hopkins in the & Clark st court
today. He explained that he was,
"Let me go this time, judge,"
he pleaded, "and HI never repre
sent myself as a United States of
ficer again. I'll -I'll say I'm a,
fudere Ho p k i n s dischareedi
John With a warning.
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National Woman's Suffrage
association demands an eaual
standard of morals for man and.
woman. It is a matter that he
almost wholly in the liands
the women of the nation.