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r4S. DOT ISS SO.
r&GS-A OUTRAGE, OND s '
S JfeSTESDAY- OEY RAISED I A BY DER. VAV,
?WiRENT Ot JA2. AGAIN. . VERE Dl&S
jtfrlSH tR ODDER HAHD, V OLT MAM LIVE ?
y&rfeoROLT MAH-VOT vL. ' .
. 6fl&D TIME HE MOST v
WTTb MEET . SB
FOLLOW MY LEADER
After the second waltz they never
parted. Right through the dance of
the Village-Pump Society they clung
.together, alternately dancing and sit
ting out the merry numbers.
,. Hewasin the seventh heaven of
delight with his new-found friend and
she wajTnb less pleased. The one. fly
kn- the-ointment orrift in the.; cloud
i happiness, was a mystenpus stran-
;er whn 'fnllnwfld the crimile "wfaer-
yerjthey'went and seemei to be do-
At' last Ebenezer could stand it no
nger. He turned upon .luvangeiine
ja. Inquiring look.-
"Who is he?" hewhlspered,hoarse-
:: "And why does he follow us about,
Tlie. lady- was perfectly calm and
Hint?" she ejaculated. "Him?"
Oh- he'Sr the joh'nnierho bought me
- BRIBERY AND BRAVERY
"Oh, Reginald," said the'sweet girl
to her lover, "thai, horrid' man on. the
rHny ciVIq nf Vie stropf- Tins hflpn fnl-
Oowing us about for the last half-
hour; and, oh, heKeeps on stanng
so boldly at'me." r
Like a warrior thirsting for blood
Reginald Smyth-Jones, without a
word, crossed the road and con
fronted the stalker. " t ;
"Look here, Robinson," he' said,
I'm sorry I haven't got the money "to
pay' you, but it's really too bad to .fol
low me about when I'm. doipg'piy
best to land that young heiress'across
the road. Wait a bit longer, man,
and you'll get. your money -and an
order for the finest wedding suit y6u
can turn out'
Robinson, departed knowingly, and
Smyth-Jones. re joined his1 adored one.
"I'm very glad you called my at-
tention to the scoundrel," he remark
ed, as his admiring companion linked
her arm in his. "I Bpoke to him pret
ty sternly, I can tell you, and I don't
think Hell stare at you again in a
hurry. If he hadn't gone off I should
have thrashed him." v ,
"How. brave you are!" she mur
murred. And cupld winked oner of his cutest
winks. -n . ,
AN INSIGNIFICANT FATHER 'J
Pedestrian What's '.all this fuss
aboutjn that house a wedding?
Resident No. A new baby arrived
last night and all the women in jthe
neighborhood aregoing into ecstasies
pedestrian Who .is that tall man
all the women are, crowding around?
Resident He is a minister, come
'to fix a day fbr-the christe,hing.
' Pedestrian Arid who is'that short
nian who attracts so much attention?
Resident H is the. doctor.
Pedestrian Ah, I see! That insig
nificant .fellow, who is being pushed
out, of the, way or snubbed, is the but-
1 T nroQnmo?
' Resident Io; he is the father