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r the patrons, many of whom were youths. It is a sad reflection upon our social and business life to think that oppor tunities for employment and business are so restricted that girls must un dergo practices which undermine their health, and that business men must make their appeal to the prim itive instincts in order to gain patron age. Legitimate fields are over crowded, both for employment and business; hence we have such exhibi tions as these. There is a remedy, however. It consists in abolishing our present taxation system and collect ing the annual rental value of land for governmental expenses, other wise known as the single tax. Anti-Poverty. WINS LOVE OF HANDSOME ST. BERNARD LITTLE MISS "ROSEMARY" OF MEXICO It is probably just a case of "puppy . love," but the attachment of the big gest dog in the New York dog show for tHe .smallest show dog is attract ing the attention of dog show visitors. STARTS BANK ACCOUNT FOR ' - LEAP YEAR BABIES Newcastle, Pa., Feb. 29. Every child born in this city or any place in Lawrence county today will receive bank account from J. C. McCready, local business man. McCready de- -o -o- The massive St Bernard "Boy Blue weighs 203 pounds; his tiny friend "Rosemary" is a two-pound Mexican "Chihuahua." Jacob Ruppert, own er of the New. York American ball club, owne "B.qyBlue." clares that leap year baby's birthday should be recognized because it's a long time between such occasions. Pasadena, Cal. Register of one big hotel here shows 100 millionaires as guests. 1 1 4i-S'iVrl-'r. - . . - .