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5,fl, .,.w ; OH THUNDEKP" ',r Y'SLE, LJ.STER, WHEN I TASSETD YER HOU5E IN IWELL.BE pat as t may. ONE OF J)EM WAS OPEN- tE NIGHT I SEEN SOME- PAT'S CERTAIN. THIN WAS WRONG. WRETCH? 3H vi''X rv ,-jl jY7 1 &IJ I WELU, ONE OF YOUR. WIMDER5 WAS OPEN, . MIX I KNOWi setter. HO, WHICH ONE? 3- H . K jdiHIP si 2.. 1 U: WHY, LESTER., DE OWE YOU WA& STICKIN'YOUR ifEAD OUT O?, SJUY ! I C WIZ-ilV I s fey j v'i,u"' 'wy : irKS " ' h REFORM YOUR DRESS SOUTH ERN CLUBWOMEN'S EDICT Sweeping dress reforms will be un dertaken by the clubwonjen of Amer ica in biennial convention In New York in May. Mrs. Eugene Reilly, of Charlotte, N. C, heads a movement to educate women to be less generous in the exhibition of shoulders and an kles. o-o PEACE IS AWFUL! "The football tournament between the teams of Harvard ,and Yale, re cently held in America, had terrible results. It turned into an awful butch ery. Of twenty-two participants, seven were so seriously injured that they had to be carried from the field in a dying condition. One player had his neck broken, another lost an eye, and a third lost a leg. Both teams appeared upon the field with a crowd of ambulances, surgeons, and nurses. Many ladies fainted at the awful cries of the injured players. The indigna tion of the spectators was powerful, but they were so terrorized that they were afraid to leave the field." Mun chene Nachrichten. - Damascus in Syria is the oldest of all existing cities. wdgfjiitajB-