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A PERTINENT OUTCRY
"Mamma, when people are in
mourning do they wear black night
gowns?" "Why, no; of cburse, not."
"Well, don't they feel just as bad at
night as they do in the daytime?"
THEIR SPARK PLUGS ALMOST
WORKED A DOPE YARN
Ford and Maxwell stood in an alley
out of the way of traffic just off
South State st. They stood nose on,
quite close to one another.
Two men chanced by.
"Something wrong there," re
marked one. "Looks like they're
transferring gasoline. Let's see."
The two men walked into the alley.
They found Ford and Maxwell to be
self-starters, but easily put under
control, perhaps for lack of juice.
They are booked on a federal
charge as Geo. Maxwell and Frank
Ford. . The officers say they got them
in the act of giving each other a "shot
in the arm."
Wm. George, alias Wm. Ejvans, told
Judge Landis he had gotten his dope
from Wm. H. Armbrecht's drug store,
1065 W. Madison, on prescriptions
made by Dr. Milton B. Titue of the
same address. Titus will appear be
fore Commissioner Mason today.
"Would you mind waiting in jail
another week for trial?" Judge Lan
dis asked George.
"You bet not; they fedd well there"
857 VETERANS MARCHED
Veterans of the civil war to the
cnumber of 857 appeared in the parade-
yesterday. The majority of
them walked. A few were carried in
autos. In the past year 204 have
gone to join their comrades who per
ished some 50 years ago.
The parade took two hours to pass
the reviewing stand. More than
8,000 men and boys marched.
Golfer Confound you, boy; you
made me miss that putt!
Caddie I didn't do nothin', sir.
Golfer Yes, you did; it was your
Caddie I didn't 'ic 'iccup, sir.
Golfer Of course, you didn't. It's
the first time you've missed, and I
allowed for it, you idiot.1