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figures of two men were to be ob
served moving about the automobile.
The machine was loaded with plun
der they had taken from the house.
Ned shouted at. them and then
fired a shot in the air. -That "was the
last of the robbers.
"I don't see why they didn't make
off with the machine," he remarked.
"Why, I had taken away the spark
Tcey," explained Lizzie, producing the
article in question.
"You wise little woman!" exclaim
ed Ned admiringly. "Come back to
the old loving arms, darling," he
added, "while I tell you a little story
about another automobile."
And then he entirely satisfied Liz
zie that it was in the line of work
necessary and paid for that he had
been so much m the company of
The robbers never returned to
claim their machine. By right of the
law of jetsam it became Lizzie's au
tomobile, and Ned Darrow continued
to be Lizzie's lover.
One of the educational features ar
ranged by the Young Women's Suf
frage Alliance is a series of talks by
representative men and women on
the principles and platforms of the
various political parties, civic and
industrial problems and important
The series will be inaugurated at
an, open meeting to be held Nov. 7
at 7:30 p. m. at Hull House. Promi
nent Republican and Progressive
leaders will talk.
Before the Isthmus of Suez was
pierced by the canal there were very
few sharks in the Mediterranean, the
passage through the Straits of Gib
raltar not being to their hking. Now
however they come in by way of the
canal, and in such numbers that in
more than one watering-place on the
Mediterranean, and also on the Ad
riatict the sign has gone up, "Beware
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"Some adjectives," said a school
teacher, "are made from nouns, such
as dangerous, meaning full of danger,
and hazardous, full of hazard. Can
any boy give me another example?"
"Yes, sir," replied a fat boy. "Pious,
lull of pie!"