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SETS TULSA UP
I;miv Folks Tliou.nlit This
( niiniuiiity Wholly
an Oil One.
PRIZES OPEN EYES
Xcwt (iraliani, Kcrrctai'v of
Fair, Says Will Com
pete Next Veal'.
"There Is more tlum one i'ki.-mii far
satisfaction 111 tlie fart t h;tt Tulsa
county won tlie stale agriculture
championship :it the state fair tlii.
year." said Newt ilruhnm, secretary of
the Tulsa fair, lust evening.
"Km- one reason we are Kind that we.
shocked the rest of the slate, as nios-t
of the rounties thought thai Tuba
could never he a serious contender I r
any honor excepting that of the state
oil renter. My principal reason for
thanks, though, Is the fart that thW
winning has had the effect of ciiisim;
Tulsans to consider th.' farm Interests
und possibilities of thl conty In a
Inning the past two yeurs we folks
who have lieu striving for a hotter
Tulsa county In an :. k rlcult u .1 1 way
have realized that many good Tiilsans
took our efforts with less scriousm ss
than we have, wished. Most Tulsuua,
like most folks of the state at large,
have thought of Tulsa only in ti rms
of oil. Most of tlii-111 are now placing
agriculture possibilities at a higher
rank than heretofore.'
While Mr. (iraham feels that credit
Is due to a large number of Tills, iiih
for the winning, he gives 1 1:1 1 1 1 1 ' 11 l.i r
credit to the efforts of Doctor Ivuu
hcarl. who he says has spent eonsidcr
ulde time In filling the Tulsa exhibit
with everything that could po.-slbly
win points from the Judges. .As far
hack as six months ago lioctor Karn
heart and other of the fair hoard he
Kan preparing for the statu fair con
test. This work has heen continued
to the conclusion sought. It is pro
poned to go after the cup again next
season, the work starting this fall.
HER GUILT FAILED
TO KILL HIS LOVE
GIVE ARMY BOYS
SAMPLE OF LIFE
Atnlnilaiicei's Will Maivh to
Fairgrounds Where They
EQUIPMENT ON HAND
Are Xow Awaiting Formal
Orders From (iovern
nient to (io to liorder.
Stood lit tin Itiir, a ( iml'iYvscil
TIHcf. Man cil
SAYS HOT WATER
EACH DAY KEEPS
THE DOCTOR AWAY
lKik a ;i.ss or nor ati ii
isnoiti: nm.vKiAsr io
wash 01 r tiii:
Life is n it merely to live, but to
li.e well, eat well, digest well, work
well, sleep well, look well. What K
orious condition to attain, and ytt
how very easy It 1b If one will only
adopt the morning Inside bath.
Folks who are accustomed to feel
dull and heavy when they arise, split
ting headache, stuffy from a cold, foul
tongue, nasty breath, acid Momaoh,
can, instead, feel ns fresh as a daisy
hy opening the sluices of the system
each morning Ktid flushing out the
vhnle of the internal poisonous stag
Kvery.me, whether ailing, sick or
well, should, each morning, before
breakfast, drink a glass of real hot
water with a tcaspoonl'iil of limcstoiio
phosphate in it to wash from the
stomach, liver, kldncvs and bowels
the previous day's indigestible waste,
sour Idle and poisonous toxins; thus
cleansing, swemenlng and purifying
the entile alimentary canal before
putting more food into the sioinacli.
The action of hoi water and lime
htone phosphate 011 an empty stomach
is wonderfully in iterating. It cleans
out all the pour fei mentations, gases,
waste and Iieidil and gives one a
splendid uppetile for breakfast. While
you are enjoying your breakfast the
water and phosphate Is imieily ex
tracting a large volume of water from
the blood and pelting ready for 11
thorough flushing ol nil the insidii
The millions of people who nro
bothered with constipation, bilioui
spells, .itoinaeh trouble, rheumatism;
others who hae sallow skins, blood
disorders and sickly complexions are
urged to get a quartet pound of lime
stone phosphate from the drug storo
which will cost ory little, but Is suf
ficient to nmke anyone a pronounced
crinl on the subject of Internal sanitation.--Adv.
nkw" 'nine . v. net. ioi -
Ihv liot nholz, 'J I vein's old, was called
to the bar In court of general svs
Hoi.s here Weiib s bi v to be sentence'!
far the :hef i f J'.iMhi from tne hu y 1
ma I'ufnct urcrs who had tiusted her I
impliciiy while she was employed -tw'i
them as a bookkeeper. She had ad-J
milted her guilt. I
"Is there anybody in the coiirl who 1
Is interested ill 1Ik prisoner'.'-' n.-kcil'
Judge Wadhhins. I
"I am jour honor," replied a young!
"I in you realize that this young wo- I
111 in stands here having confessed i
that she stole Jibuti!) from her em-I
plovers'.'" asked the court.
"1 do, sir; but Unit makes no dif- ;
fereneo to me, I billeve that she
is honest at heart. I love her and I
want to marry her."
Sentence was sus'iended when the
young man wlio said he was llarrv
Richard Mattison, a clerk, pi minced a
marriage license. partial res: ll iilhui
of the stolon muii'v lias bn 11 made
and the return of the n mainder
l'order life within walking distance
of Tulsa's sky-scraper area is In order
fot the members of Ambulance com
pany No. I. Tulsa, nkla. who this
un riling will march from the i'oii
vention hall to the fain-rounds,
whore they will pilch tents, it eel thur
field kitchens and mess h ill: and go
Into eauip. The first meal in camp
w'lll be fervid at noon 1 ml;. .
The tontu.ge and oilier equipment
was received from the Mi xb-an bor
divr field depot yesterday morning by
express, nnd Immediately Captain I.a
lteau and Ills lleuteua ills began mak
ing nrriiiigi tuents for ground on
which the unit will ramp until orders
are received from the war department
for their movement 10 the Mexican
The equipment which was received
vetiterdav was ordered sevir.il davs
, ago by the war department, alio onl
Ithn coiigislioii of fic-iut traffic be-
! twcell Tulsa and holder 1 Is le-
j hived the shipments. Ii Is po-sible,
lit Was I'ttlloUtH ed Vest '!-,1.i UIOIIIIIIU.
I that if the 1 1 1 1 o, 1 1 is kept in camp
! In this cltv for am length of time,
elhil eiiuipnii'lit ,lll lie sloped to
To Isa, with I he c, epi 1011 if I he mules
I and trucks. If this Is the case the
I hospital classes will )' formed and
I Immediate I11M rue" 1011 :n this branch
'of the service will be 1 111 11 .' 11 1 a I ed by
the medical ol fleers who will com
11 and t he com pan .
I'niforms for 'he men aie epei tod
te re:. ch Tuba this a 1 1 "inoi -n They
will be dlsl lil'iitod at oik . and Cap
tain I. a Keau eieels 'o have the
corps In shano for pul.li, in;.icti"n
b 111 x t Suni'cv
Tin a 111 bolaic, ; will on b rco an-
i.in iti.oi 'I,, - eoan
u 1 vim v i.ian in the
ai- ina ' I : i " a 1 11 s t
il li.,.l i:,i,. ar-
ot her medical v:n
ing. This afii 1 e
coin) any will 1 1 .
t ploud a nd s'n. .1
Ad.iillatlt l!el;i 1
I i V 1 o V est el da
rev'' 'If l rt ac'-e 1
1!. C Mclioaal ,
i rps en, i 'a ' r
of t hi N.llele. nth
r. s. i
Even a Nonunion Waiter May
Know How io Serve a Bo let
tauian't', u"nl'lu-'T 1 0 0 . LY 0
EOT LESS EOT
Take a glass of Salts to flush Kidneys
If bladder iMitlicrs yon.
Kating meat reg'ulirly eventually
produces kidney trouble in Koine form
or other, says a uetl-known author-,
ity, because the uric acid in meat ex- ,
cites the kidneys, they Income over
wotked; gut siugglsh; clog up and
cause all sorts of distress, particularly :
backache and misery in the kidney '
region; rheumatic twinges, severe'
headaches, arid stomach, constipation,;
torpid liver, sleeplessness, bladder and
The moment your back hurts or
kidneys aren't acting right, nr if blad
der bothers you. get about four ounces
of ,Iad Sails from any good pharmacy; '
tnke a tablespoonfiil In a glass of
water before breakfast for a few
days and your kidneys will then act
fine. This famous salts is made from
the m id of grapes and lemon juice,
combined with lit li in. and has been
used lor generations to flush elogired
kidneys and stimulate them to normal'
activity; also to neutralize the acids in;
tile urine so it no longer Irritates thus
ending bladder disorders.
Jail Salts cannot Injure anyone; !
makes a delightful effervescent lithla-
water drink wjilch millions of men
Hnd women tnke now and then to keep
the kidneys and urinary organs clean,'
thus avoiding serious kidney disease. '
Adv. ' i
It's a hard mailer to tell from Hi
taste of a hardb.iled i tig whether the
man behind the sivinglng d or in tip; '
starched cap and groa.-e-hiiMie d apron
is a member of lie union, but within
the past six weeks It has i veil liei ome
a more difle uli t.u k In P II vv hi ther a j
union or ni'uuni.ui waiter s'.ands at j
the cigar coiinlcr and transmits vour)
order to the chef. Waiters are waiteis!
and while some ,an pile more platisj
on their amis than of tors, and othera,
can, and sometimes do. f.umt thil
water is a side older vviih ni.,st tneals.
you have to have a disiinguisliiac. ;
mark on Ihe lapel of their Jacket Io'
tell the -diflcii la c.
Tulsa, so waiters working in lor il I
restaurants say, has not been com-
plelely won over by the unio.is. .
Neither has II, like some of ihe!
entente powers, gone to the side ih.it.
was making the most ammunition, '
tl pen-shop policy.
Within the past four months a'
spirited campaign was caiib-il on foi I
tile purpose of loiein- several Tulsa
restaurants inlo Ihe union. I'lekets '
waiter with badges who waited in j
front of the iiutair rcsta ura tils-
pad oiled the open places and several
arrests were made. Ibii evidently that
is over, one reviauraut in in admitted
yesterday thai his place was not a
union place, l ul he was pernnl ted to
employ union men, or nonunion men,
and nothing was said of it.
"The unions aie prcpai m;j for the
final attack," said a union waiter la ,1
nighl. A nonunion man dei lan d licit
the backbone of the union's strike
was broke. I'.ui at any evi I, the b.ud
boi'ed egg and the d.ovai'ed cucumber
look, taste and smell alike either
w hen sci ved by a union or a nonunion
t AKI'.ol.lf At III ItV MlSil Wil.
Hut Young Woman Keiain- Presence
of .Mind and I've Won't lie I.0-.1.
Mistaking a phial of carbolic acid
for a bottle of harmless eye wash.
Mi.'s Nellie I'la hrane, residing at the
Onlarlo apartments, dropped a small
portion of the deadly acid inlo one
of tier eves yesterday alternoou.
Retaining her presence of mind the
ycung woman dashed .add water on
bet face and summoned a physician.
Immediate relief was afforded In r
and It Is not believed thai she will lose
,m i , ttth' .-i o 1
Opi-niii": I'oi" Session.
line Ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 ri 1 1 applications for en
tanee into Ibe Tulsa flee nijlll sella. il
WTe I'1' lived Wei1 neala V ill: III al lie
high schi ol bv I Tin in r Hornier,
i 11 1 1 i t li 1 lioeill .11 al III' hiul'. schooj
vas crowded Wll h per sons oisiimg in
lormallon and signing up for the ears'
work. Horner cspects that before to
morrow night there will be from two
hundred titty to three bundled on tne
Monday night. October !t, will bn
Ihe op.ning night and Horner will be
al Ihe high school for two days of
this wick to enroll pupils and give
the neecf-sary information. Hy the
end of the week courses will bo ar
ranged and teachers selected.
The night school Is free to everyone
who wishes to enroll and the only
charge will be for the la cessarj books.
A ileposil is ieiiiirotl, however, of I
which will In' given back at the end of
the year if 7a per cent of the nights
h-ave been altellib'd.
The pupils are also free Io choose
anv suhjoel vv Inch ttleV deslle and the
subject vv dl be ta light it a Haas of
'ten or more are signed up for '.he
i.vear. Last .year neoe i hu n twelve snl-Jo-Us
were elected and tauglil and it
is es led that theie will be even
iiioi c this vi ;ii'.
llor'lor his received six large pos
ters In colors which have been placed
III the most important places in t he
citv for the inl'oi niatioii of loreigne.s
who desire to nlliud the classes. The
posters are in seveial diffetVnt Ian
gauges and treat of the necessity of
the ton bin-bin ti man to aciiiire the
American language and customs to
make a success of his citizenship.
Open Saturday Ficniis till 10 o'Clock
New Theories Are
Based on Old Facts-
The law of prnvitiit ion atul tin1 pow er of strum were not in
vcntcil, tint iliseovetvil ; ami still people lailf,'lirii lit both, until
experience tiiiifrht t lit' til that these thintrs lunl iilwuvs cxistnl,
hut were only now hrim; hrouorht into practical use.
Our new theories of .savin;: every possible penny for our cus
tomers, our new theories of onine; every man the same Sipiarr
I'ri'l at nil tunes are hasnl mi the ohl furls that "savings inaUr
vahirs." anil thai "honesty is the best policy." We 'Io n.it, at.
ihe rtiil of any season, try to palm off left over tiirrrhaiiilisc at
so ciilleil lia re-aiu Prices. Iircaiisr we think it 's an old established
fart that such inrrrhamlisinr; is not to the best interest of the
riisliniiri's. On this we base a new theory, with the result that
Real $25 Suits
t il k o 1 1 s i : ! Pi ti.M
OUR NEW FALL STOCKS ARE NOW COMPLETELY READY
Coine and take iidviuitaoe now of our One-Priee-all the-year-round
theory, plan and practice, (iet, your full season's wear
our of a suit at a prire at which you eannitt find its equal, even
if you wait until Pcbruury and buy at u Clearance Sale.
Holmes Clothes Shop
223 SOUTH MAIN ST.
TiiUo Issue Willi 'I lios
Would Defeat ( baric,
M il V.V.ST Kill rii:M K.
Our tniiny cured, satisfied pa
tients, our nianv years f succesi
here Bttcsfd by one Of li'G lursca'.
prartlreii in the stato of i ikliihi inn.
These desl'.-iiiK to coin, lit us better
write or make appoint mci. I before
hand, else wi mlirlit not in; ably to
see yon en dav you call because, al
most every moment ol cur otfo'c
hours is taiien up with previous np
poiutiiicnts. c)i 'i.T vriox i in i:.
Office Hours: ':(' to 1:30 to
S:00; 7:dt) tp S:eO.
Palbatli, ln to 1. o:' by appoiii'-lnfnt.
We pive ren HKAl.TII and STI?KN(iTII by correcting
diseased conditions find by buildiiio- them up to robust vital
ity with effective treatment that makes pure blood and strong
It pays men jrreiitly to consult us as soon as you are nware
of any disorder, or after the failure of others. You should
,'ot the proper advice without, delay and save time, worry
and regret. There is no man too poor to get our best advice
Our office has established n reputation as a plaee where
the afflicted can go with full confidence of knowing that they
will be fairly dealt with und with skillful treatment. Wo
are the oldest Specialists ill Oklahoma. Have been located
"in Tulsa for the past 11 years. During this time we have
seen many so-culled Specialists (?) eome and go. Apparently
they could not stand the test of time, the greatest of h11 tests.
IS YOUR HEALTH OF THE BEST?
We are Specialists in thp treatment of Chronic Diseases.
We limit our practice to CHRONIC. NKRYOCS. P.LOOD,
SKIN and SPECIAL DISHASKS OF MEN-AND WOMEN,
such ns KIDNKY. BLADDER, STOMACH and LIVER.
Troubles. NERVOUS DEBILITY, SORES and ULCERS,
ENLARGED GLANDS, VARICOSE VEINS, HYDROCELE.
Why delay longer when to neglect a disease is a crime?
For you who need a Specialist 'sad vice and will call at
our office we willl give you a scientific and thorough exam
ination. Remember, too, that we have one of the most thor
oughly equipped , and complete office equipments for making
such an examination in this section of the country. Our office
is better equipped than many Specialist's offices in cities four
or five times the size of Tulsa.
If we can cure you we will tell you, for doing this we
make no charge whatever and'you are under no obligations
to take treatment. Tn other words, you get expert opinion
on vour condition for nothing.
Ti il.lM a . iihio. '"ct. f.. Til i 1 1 v
five women ca mpnii-'nini; for I'barl s
10. HukIich, Republican preshlcntiul
nominee, h it hero Weilticsilay for I
troll, .Mich., after hohlinr; several ill
I husi'istic nyctini' alien led by lar.ito
At a local automobile factory M is
I'Vanros Kcllor ol ew York, ort-'aa-
rei of the woman s expeilltlon, Wis
met by a, hostile crowd of Socialists
ell hail she
; on the labor reeori
vv hen her v oice was
out by cheers for
WRITE IF YOU LIVE OUT OF THE CITY AND. CANNOT CALL
Mccarty '& newlon
Eleventh Year in Tulsa
21212 South Main
;t nil M iriucrat v
sl.-utfil t S.e:il
of Mr. Ilimhis
m ;i rly 1m u net!
"!!'iw about tin- Imiiliurv li
s)it w as asked.
' Mr. II uglier-." nlif H-pUril, " v . : :
n-it -in Ihe supM'tuP court licncli wh -n
the first decision was tendered and in
1114 when the case rvnie- ii nuam,
the court's drcisioit was or ly on l ta
law in tlie east' ai:d not on lis tncrits."
Tn answer t-i iie-tinns fnmi ;i
Socialist Miss Kellt.t declared "S,;
clalisin is an educational factor in uu
1 1 una I 1 Mil it ics, luit Is r.ot a political
LYNCH THE MOTHER
OF NEGRO MURDERER
1 iiioi Hays liaa nihp' lime Io III'. ler
licit the vacansv be fllle.l al Ihe elee-
1 tion Noveinl er 7 an 1 that if the i-'ov -j
einer iloe.s not .Io so mi, I if Uie liein
' ocrals have no eanrtiriale he Is sure
j tin- I lillcil Slates hnal" woilhl ree
I o;"iize the l!cpuhleiv.n ca mlula I " as
I the Ailiansis .senator for the four
I years reinainlni; of l.-nator Clai lie's
1 ti 1 in.
II0I1K 'I bal ( innpany Docs Not Owe
(.. M. ilbinulou for (.us
A ruliiiii of iuii..rtnnce to oil com-
panics was maile bv .IiuIkc I. inn of Ihe
'1st! iet court .Inesi'ay w lien he hi --!
t'litil, the ilemiiner of tin. tlvpsv 'ill!
11 inpativ in the ca.se of 1;. ,l Willi-
inston at' iin-t that cone, rn. In Ihe
... i";..,. 1 ... 101..., tin. i.e. iiit it c .m.;.i 1...1 !
Ihat ho e., leae.l lib- lainl In t Iin
south CiishliiK fialil to the oil com
pativ for oil an.! k;ik ib v . b.pineiil.
Tile b ase vims ib llvelcl in I llllli litl'l
since that ''in. the m 1 11 o fa ct u ic of
, .. 1 , . . 1,1, 1 ,1 l,u I..., ,, 1,, 1 1. .,1.., f
j illlilljltoll t.-sUeil thai he be 11 1 -
ilovveil i'f, p. r 1 at ro.vnliv from the
j 1 asiliK-lienil fas profits. In ibis ile
I 111 11 1 ter the l'.i.., eomiiany eontea
I leil fliat the base iliil not pi'ovnle fot'
such pa v iii.-nl. The til iiMifi's al-
lollieVK till t liotca; t lilt I they Wolilil
appeal from .1 : ; . I . I. Inns rulniK oil
Ihe ilemiiner to the supri me coiirl.
POSTS ALONG ROADS
NEED OF TRAVELERS
BE PRETTY! T
l i'r (.iiinilinollicr's Ohl I avoilln
KcciH- of Viikc 'lea noil Sclpliiii'.
Aliuoi ev ei voile Unovvs that. S.r'o
Tea anil Sulphur, propcily 1 ompoiin
ileil, brings back the natural color
atnl lustre In the hair when finical,
itie.'ke.l or prav. 'eals ao the only
v. a-.- to net this mixture was ta inave
1' al home. w hit h is iiiiimv aid
Iroiibh some. , ow ail ays, by aklnp at,
11 yy imti stoic for "V.'ycth's Saui- ainl
SolpllUI l 'olll pMllllil," vnll Villi iet a
luce bollh- el' lll.s famous 1 hi recipe,
inipro ye. I I v Ihe .vhlitloti ,,f oih.r lie
erotlionls, for about fit eeols.
I'on't slav era'.! 'i'i v it! No cue
I ail poislhly tell that Villi il'lllollel
v'.iur hair, ns 11 ,loe-, 11 ho niturailv
ami evenlv Vmi ilaiopen 1 spon,:
or sof. I. rush Willi II all'l illavv tins
through your hair, taknm 1 no small
strum! at a liiun; by itnirnim the gray
mil aftei anolher
vour hair becomes
Klossy aicl altlae-
While Son lou-bl mill Wlnle I'lniil
er. Woman Struck Mini
Ai:r,IMiTiX. ia.. f.ct. fi Mary
('( nnelly, a li'-uro woinnii whose son,
Sarin. e Connelly, is acuseii of luiv
Iiik 1:111c. I K. M. Melvin. a planter,
was tcketi feoni tin. Jn at l.tary, (in.,
near held Wi.'ilnes.lay nlrht anil shot
to dentil, nccordli.t; to reports rench
inr lieie today. S.imiiel Connellv ha
been taken to ilavjn for safe keep
iiiK. The woman lg unld to liave Inter
fered, when the planter re.nrlmiuidp'l
tin. lioy for noirlei-tlnif hi work and.
while lie was MruKVliui; with tho wo
tnaii, the )iuiiiif netrr killed Mtlvln
will, a piece ot Iron.
e und Is a doli-htfiil toilet
f..r 1 ho; e vv ho desire dark h
youthful appearance. It is 1
dei! for the. 1 ure, mitltatioi
Volition of disease. A,v .
Hid Sulphur Coin-'
t Skin Diseases
Method of Mai'iln' llinlivvav. sbolilil
lie Mdet-livl ami I'ul in
1:1:11 m it ss Miti: iiii
I Seek to Have One of Their l aitli
I'lncil In Scnnlf.
I UTTIA: KCCK. Oct. C Meeting
jof both the iJemociatic and Repub
lican Btote central roiuuiltties were
called today to bo held In Little limit
Friday to consider the situation
iac.;cd by the deat'.i of I'. H Senator
James I'. Clarke.
A. C neiuinel, acting cha iinati of
the Kepubliran coininiMec, bald the
cimn lttcn will noitllliute u candidate
for wnator und Instst that Ins name
bo placed on the bulbil for the .No
Vt in Lev election. 11a aJd that Hie-
A Bystein of flxn posts on every
read within cue hundred miles of
Tulse. Is u stiknestlon of Cy Avery,
chairmun of the county 1 oniinisslou
ers, to brinif more rnotorlsis to this
eily. Sinus K. vlni- the direction ami
ibstuilce to Tulsa, the coiii:nbsiniu.T
belli", en. would bt iiiff t housauds of
touristH to Tul.si amuially.
It Is pointed out that inotor travol
Is an ever-lncreasiin; method of tratiK
purtation and that motorists are ffuld
ed largely 'iv Klitn posts along the
11 ad. Coiniiiis, doner Avery Is of the
oiunlon that a system of sin posts
would be of as much value to Tulsa as
an interiirbaii elc'iric line,
TO ITSII A (.(( AIM I .VI MII.I S.
Man ltd (.crniaiis Winilil He ii tor.
ions by Aui; list I. Ill Hi.
When into W'iederbet ger offered to
pilot 11 baby carrlaifp fiom Albuny to
New Voik city if the Kiiropeau war
did not terminate as he said it would,
before August 1. 1916, Willi (iermany
victorious, be had no Idea that lie
would ba held inexorably to the let
ter of the waiter. In thu event of bin
lailuto to nccoinplliih the self-proposed
feat he declared he would pay
l-'.'.M OS forfeit to Hurry A. .loekln,
who is a iieiKian hy birth, and mntia
K'T ot t)i il:uniuit deuui Mucin of ihe
I'nited HtiitPR barife office. II vva
Jockln who took exception to W'leder
betKer's slaternent uncut the endnm
of hostilities 011 the other Hide of the
Atlantic und ul the same time to the
In sportsmanlike fashion W'ider
berKcr loft In ie for Albany. Joskin
meanwhile ha-, ini; shipped a baby
earrla)fi" addressed to W'ledcrberKer In
Albany. Kv ei v I hlnif apieared to lie
arranneil In due foi 111 for tin: luO-uiile
Then there came to Jockln a vhriio
rumor that the losing bettor cotitem
plaled "putlini; one over" on him, It
was hinted by friends that W'lederhor
xor would Ro ii boa rd one of the nlnht
steamhoots of the Hudson Navigation
cotnpiiny'8 fleet and perambulate on
deck ln the dark with thu baby car
rhiKe no thur none might 8ee or glout.
In this way he meant, It was said, to
tulfill the obligation of "walking to
New York from Albany wllh a baby
"No chance In I ho world." rem at ked
Jockln, when Informed of this p,.vsi
bility. "1 thought ot that inyscir. so
I arrai,K"d to net a few davs off. I'm
going to Albany myselt to see that
W'lederbet gel gets away right. Two
liiends of mine who weie with m.
when th bet v 11s nueb aie if. 'ing
along, too. If Ilecess.l! V We il t.-llew
Wlederbi" ger In an artoinobile. He
said 1 might insist upon any load to
hu ctiirlcil in the baby carriage. If
we can't tlnd one of those long, low,
rakish (Jeiinau dogs I moss we'll till
the baby carriage with ti uiikl 111 'ei ."
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