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;'"rrr?:' THE CAIR0 BULLETIN, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1907.
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THE. RENOWNED REXOS AT THE HIPPO RINK TOiWfl
caw, bulletin rjfjrjy jr. rw rjjjjjT jyjjjj rjjjjj SIX AMENDMENTS . S
millin III mililP mmrnnni nnrn MADE BY PRINTERS 1 j - : . I
' u i m. ill it w m i n s a va But '
ruunu hi nu no m m norLtflatu
,.on,l-.;i. ..Itui ! '' ' I j
Bl.la-r J lb I'alm I'
tAiuUf too iiialla .
If
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ny,E or guy dalton near
CHARLESTON DESTROYED
2Y F!K: THURSDAY.
CLEARING HOUSE CERTIFICATES
DID EXCELLENT WORK IN
CITY'S BUSINESS LIFE.
Gondii ;nr
"irly S.icr'ficect Hrr Life In
C."5:t to Stvs Her Child
Was Serlci;.-.!
En male
UOiHES-FOUND BODY DEPOSITS INCREASED
tie, n Aii the Banks Small Rills l-cnrf
Today to Meet Needs of Big
Employers f Labor.
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f 1 t
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F-r--;
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ivill .la
tent hi; : s
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Tin1 t
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th Piatt.
f
Cniro'fi financial,
Dalian Kcvon i Industrial situation i.
".'tun. V.-., . u-iy. hili' busine.
Trnrsday Uiuiet, lu? of rouj so in part to rhe
tilil iff the ! tinnm ial strbiivnev and in o.-ivt t,. the
a:;.
sia.'
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euite s;itb
: h wmn-wiia
r For
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. Pa Hon was
! but it is the,!';
vor.
(too pi.-asaut weather, yet the feeling
th- j anions; business mmi in ,not at all do
was j pressed, ami they look forward wirli
confident for a good r'::ii trade m
sorn as the weather lrao:-s up a bit.
It id generally conceded that here
as all over t!ie comitry the people
have money to spend. They have i?
in the banks, in their pockus and in
thetl- ITlffoi-J rn,l H.,- ..!.. -.
...... (i.-rii ifj
!
li
1 1 . i
j ; a .'till
HlOlk
i-'.t
LICrlTivfS CF COTTON Sr'.iP-
A.CNTS MAKES LEE LINE
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? -.T l.s.A"r F.CTUf.MG
1 1 f t 1 ,Mtn
(ir n U i m hl v i e i , ,. f.m
t-'-' , . 1 1 L - n c.n
l p ui u t'f i i j'e-,,s rf ittfi
I a. in,, h n t , ( i ' J , He t (ie e I
jiuautul ti .ii ii TU i v.i juif
(J)t,?)ri 1 i'- hjM ii i uU'ilinAti freui
tin ; t.it;lw ; id '; -it trsi'e a'i i i
t'tc i..." U ! ; e n, i i;S i r
t hi'-' "I i . r 1 v, Ui i Veiup! i-, l,nh.
in n . ; t .i t i : (. - e c f In t' e
t ; i- I.- a . : t: ivii ..j
,. G;i?r;d and Local Notes.
'liie ti-.;;r maiCil 11.5- feet on the
remmerc
f C'ii'.ti
I'.v l::v !:.e
'lu en and ile infanf
'y v,'iH iinrnei) to 'death,
i. I"):t;(r!! 'v.-as ort WiiXIil
and turning sudilonlv fhi
i:':.ed tn .-. h r home in flames.
tll'H r, her e'iiid, f'.lie rushed into
Ivimiing bui'ding just as die roof
in. Forhtnatfly the- f.iliin.i; tim
!ii nr.t strike her and the
7.i mother hunted in the ruins
f.he foua.i the ' hnrrp.l bdv of
be gotten over tlie fcam that iwwsphs
..wiim jps mem in order to turn Io,8e the
;U that she will j whIs l;f ,.0mnipr-e and rresress. It
j is lift expected to tl;e very Umg to
brine thin about. fenfidenee
, . 'mile and money will benia to flow
l8ani as soon a.; it, is seen that the
joiTihs ana ine ig nusmtss firm are
Jnot gi,jig to clase their dood-5.
Cairo Bankers Satisfied.
The bankers of Cairo are particu
larly well lenfiid with the work of
the fiist week with ch aring bouse -er
tiiieates. The first week ended last
evening. They have met every day
at j. in. ta survey the situation
and hear reports. Their meeting yes
t. ,-rday was cue cf self coiisrratnlaUnn
IV. r t?ie repcrt.s of all were of the most
satisfactory nature. AH the banks re-i-orted
hteady gains in currency, show
ins that natrons continue?.! to ilannult
their uai-jdus money the s. true as us
mil.
. Certificates Issued
LP to tne tlrtwng bear ln.it. evenina
thrs Cairo l:'!ks had pur in cireniarinn
'lil." $15,5-43 ill t'eai'i.1,4" Uouwi cer
tificates. againat an original depo
or securities aniouutlac t-J near!v tia
I NTEH NATIONAL CONSTITU
TION PRESIDENT'S SALARY
RAISED TO TWO THOUSAND.
Indianapolis. Nov. S Sis amend
ment:i have been made to the co'.i
stittitinn of the International Tvimi.
:raphieal Tion by a refert'iidum vott
of that organii:atiou. Tlicv are: lie
liiuiuishing jurisdiction over neu.H-
paper writers; inert nse the bond of
secretary-treasurer' to $."0,0ni); In
crease the salary of the international
president to $VHH(; iuereuHe the .sal
ary of the international secretary-
treasurer to SL'.iHlii: iuerea.se burial
beuelitH to $75; provide for pension of;
.51 a weel to aned superanuated nn-m-l
i bet s, I
M i
i. n;.t niurh cliauee
-IS hours.
!- i i 1 1 1 i frni below St
"'-'eve C.iiio, let much
luriiiS the next 48 hours.
X. II. Cr.X.YiXl.HAM,
Observer.
c
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BOOKS FOR m
'iilS MONTH AT POINTS IN ILL!
NOIS ILLINOIS CENTRAL
TO ISSUE 1,000-MILE
BOOKS.
d. for bearer,
i !:p new western
i.W'i) miie books, goi
priee f in, go on sale at, points in Iiii-
Xov. 10. In addition it U re
1 that ih'j Illinois Central will
a 1 ')ll()-milea'p brink mi. t'.,i
on inmois central linen.
fifty cent candy for Ib'.e on Satur-1 f
day and Sunday only. J'aul C. Sehuli j t
& Sonw, i s
SUIT CASE FULL OF !j
COUNTERFEIT MONEY!
i
i
St. Paul, Xov. S Ernest R. 0rk-! '
man of Winnepep, was anvstod here
this afternoon by a I'nited States see-
ret service agent, and 2.mio of coun
terfeit currency found in a suit case
367 MEN'S SAMPLE HATS ON SALE T0
'.a
BAY, SATURDAY, $3 AND S3.50 VALUES AT
6?
Workman droi,ed when the officer
sei.ed him.
In the suit case was aiso found a
quantity of paper, supposed to be
used in coujitorfeiiing, some ink, and
a plate. A hand press was found in
his room. More plateg were found in
a room on West Seventh street i.i
which Workman lived.
WINS BILLIARD TOURNEY.
St. Louis. Nov. 8, John ('!. Ilairan.
defeated Thomas A. Houston in to
night' game of the N .ioIitarnaTl
night's game of the aXtional Three
Cushion Billiard Tourney, 50 to 47.
Hopan s hij?h run was 5. and bis aver
age .87; Houston's high was 4, aver
age Ml.
.-ii,.
.al
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LumiiJ
THE HATTER HAD TOO MANY
We bought all the samples he had at a price for
spot cash. Among these are Alpines, Telescopes
and Stiff Hats, in all colors, sizes from 6f to 7f.
Each and every one of them a $3.00 or $3.50 Hat
without a question. There'll be almost a stampede
for them today.
AGED COUPLE KILLED.
Ohio,
! ( is
MM.
have
i.i'P I f lily
iii'n tne i'-eer.t rate law went !
fileit tlif ra.ilre.-els i,nr.nnr,l
U-a Ko bcok.s with a
2-cent
that
rat
bo sold. In case a iii.mi,ii
wihiieij a miieae book, he coudid pur
d'jse that of the Central Passenger
foi iarion, a lH-.i-.-nile book, price
$i5. Theirgh this was pajing ex-
a Ju.-t for the privilege of usini; the
i f 1 lany were sold, especially to
aieimt; rueil. who f.,i.Tid tdiem
enii-iif.
M'-ainvhiio a n t- .-t bad pone up
'in the traw.'!jiij nien and oth
iO I ,i I bei '1 in the )u,hie rt
"M book, aR-Unst the arran?
' t 1 f
vis.4 rl ii.- ,u f..,,. e, oi i..
......w ... would not
s. .mi r: , s v, le i j mf e tei
t'v Iioni p. i ts alo-p . ,n f, ;.
f i -' , t.i ri.i.iti 1 ')
r ' ii 1 s.i: - ; 7, t.uutus
1 11;,- ri X !.--,..,, ft r ii- ,. .
- ' i auu. ill! u.l.
hi-, h ii-Hor) was in and out as
' 1 ' - "I" t, , . , iVi ,
. ..: ; - '
. , , .'" "1 '-M-utt. M. an while a protest bad rone p
"x U u '' M 1 tl.e trawdin n!en and others
' , . , v !" a.l be. a in the habit of using
I ; ' i' '1m ob! book, as-Unsr the arransrem.-nt
, l, . '", ' wV'l''' ! we.,. fr.r.-f.I to fay
" " ;l i rem .v.rs extra for the Cuitrai -: , I
' ''" ' - f 'lu. ... !,,,.ks v.l-iih, b ,1,...,.
' h' v' ' 1 f. I cn'y n e.-rfain Jims f, . r ,s. !
';" ,V?1 ' ' 1 ' "1. i.I W.-stern Pa s,--. r e .s 'oi
im,.aa. iU- i-mr w,a 1... lie.!tiens bavi.., vi.bdi a ,,.,. h,w
!'f UAl ' " - i I fii I I- ,-.-! bad tb- d.-i,,.! it
'" ' c... ,. i.l - bezinuin X.-. ,o ,;, -
,u"v ";"-u;n '"--' '- f M islI-ooU .o.lK.p.i.s tl,.. if.-nt rvt wi'l
f" ' - " ' l t e in fr- . ,.,!., S i ' r ,ih p.- sale.
-K" ' ''' t'-il Pa. fmiT. r a--r.. j , 'ion book
' I3' old r.ti- will s-til! re nai l on
To V r:w Qur. ser's. j ?' They will (.-till be l-oir.;!:t f r
TJ: :- M.,i.,.j Jc'T'iiii ra!; ads. t'.e r. if n n,,,i
l .- i , .- . .. . i. , -,,.i i .... . . .
' 1 - e. t-.:: u . ' i- r ri'iam-. ? e. nt' to I
'--'! t: 'v 1 ; :.'!! i ,'s b.v-i jt::" W. st.rn. TIip V.r-Ji.i-h ;,:! I!:,- i
1 i. 1 t , - -: - r ..III,' ft I,.,.! ,
' ' - ' . ii era t v. :i r.- ' ' ' i" ' ' eat I e n-'W le I
i r i, f... , i v ii! be , .,ri , , 1 1 n t. : y p.-.pu'ar.
' -l i ' i :. ,i'r h ,, j
, ,. . .. , . ' ' - ""' .' - '- i bey j.im as ford f t
;."., ; ':. :'-':s w-' ,n '"'i'.y or -m ia-. p;..ii o
i.i i:.- ;-riUa & Sirs.
;'r ' : : ".i .!-;'. of c.d
e v j ;'; y mx b, -i 0, Cf ID PPAQQ CI I IMPO
t - ; . r ; . , , , , wvkiw UlinUU I ILIliUU
. ' ' ' 'i ' ' i- . : :t v. i :t a: ! - .
I :'-:lJ;'r. ,'-.-iZ Z'tir. a1 MAI1 ,r,fa By Ibci Prjm.ym on
! c"-'d O-apcted of Same to
vVc-::rJ l r-,.Cr Fcc;.-,';. j Frur.d.
"5 ' ' ' ' ' ' .i tit;,:: ,
r-i:i rr;si" t:- ." V:,k- . r-i,r-c,i i-v
" U ' '" !r'--!,r,t !"'"tUM;.. .:. f - p!!- il,usj!
,.l ,.U$ UM Ur$. tr I. f $1 Tie ru.,;,a-r
! r J'.f'f.'-.- t!K ' ' wi'" ,:-'-,'I !:' I
" - C"-3MHtD UNDER HEARSE. h
: "A' '--L-y !
(. 'y "'! lii-ry'j -t I .iiiM.r (I a hiMrs.j
iu-i:.n I ' ' r,u "" !'--:'" '
it . - - - J -.. ..... J "' iV ' ';t th- henr-e which I
interchang-aLIe(l,,C
nr.. i , . , .
i ion sue ri a .sinaii amount nas been
called for iliirins the past week may
);e taken as proof that there is
s:-e;.t deal cf moii,?j- in cimilatk n
among the people and that much cf
(the business of the communitv is done
on credits in various ways. It. i
suiieu on fcoou auiixirity, and it is a
significant fact, that the biaks of
Cairo had last evenins in actual cash
very considerably more than t
times the amount of the clearim
bouse certificates Issued during tb
Week..
Plenty of Small Eiils.
Ti'.dar bedmr nav .lav nt a nnn.i,i.r
rf the lji.tr industrial establishments a
tai'Krr number of certificates of the
smaller d'-noruinatioii will be out out
Last Saturday the? want of these wa
seriously felt, only and tin biib
having be.-n issued. It has been
n-nl.-an task for If. S. Can.le
thainuan of the Clearins House Corn
miitee, and Ch:n. Kembfer, Jr., man
fuo-r of the Clearing' House Assici i
ii'i.i. 10 mkii ao rue eni-rit cnt.. 1.,
i ;.i. 1 liPV ave i.een ;o '.v.ii-v r.n
this several days and ni.t'hts. No eer
t:fb;Ue is ce'oiine withoit the siu;
natures of both these s.-:ith-m:i. Pot
signatures are sufricieut !y peculiar t
'" readily lei-enred whi n one4' s'n
and are n t easijy imitate I. Th.
sina'l biiis :!! eir.-ii'ati- mere tea
:y as t.iey mil take less of eurr'nc
! the excbaiig-. between buyers and
'iMiuaouia. uino, .ov. p. ( bar! s
Fray and ii'e. bot'i ovV mi . r ..-.
rook, Ohio, were ki!!e;d by a Lake
here iiassenser train i.e:i- tun-t. t,.
ay while drivinir acrosH t-. trel
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.
Crofton. X.-b.. Nov. S. Fo-e tmiii-: t
Jtroyed the mist of tin- business
r.ortiiin of Cn.fl on and threatened the
ntire town. The .,.s exc r-ds .:a-
;'I.H).
NOTICE A. O. H.
All nienib. rs of the Ancient Order
:f Hibernian an- r.-'qui-sted to nie-t
mis afternoon at 1:2 l o'eb i k. at the
ivsi b-nce of the h.te Inhn i." i.-,..:-.o.
I"S Fifth street, to attend the funeral
HI a bodv. Itv rr,)vr r,f
JAMES M EE HAN,
President. !
THOS. P. CVIUHER. Seert.tarv I
SPECIAL NUMBER TWO
FOR TODAY.
We have culled out of our stock of $1.50 Shirts,
about 200, one and two of a kind. These come cuff
attached only and all neck sizes. We will sell them
today for 85c. No more than 6 to one customer.
I
8tfiG '.'
SOLOMON'S
Open Until 10:30 P. M.
AMUSEMENTS
DEFENDANTS RATES
WERE UNREASONABLE
:..!-iKTon. ov. v a .Wision
ndpp'd totay by the1 intwsta'Pi
rep t-onimissjcn, the r j i. j.
iianii sown ny t ommi-.-l- neT
'lie ra
!ub. e.f
Comn i-.
or tie Cir.i-
I .!. S. I).. a;.,i
iv.-.s i
er-mm
1 insr
f"iaik. in
li.e'riiul (
lb.- North estern and periinet r
raiiwnvs in whjeh t!ie r.i'i-u of th--
f. ci .mt.i ai-p he'.l to be t a- n,i,l,i.
'i'i'p con plai:,i.nt a!l.-e-. th"
i .it.-' m ta' iff moiini from Ci.b aro
an I A;' -ir,ii,' river tw irt-s tr. I t-u. u
w-r ur.jei-t and u!iras.tiab.
'.My Wife'. Familv," is the lit;., of
-Stephens and Union's miisie-.il fmr...
-omedy in three acts, whi. h is to b-
iresi-ur.'d nt Cairo Opera Home nevt
vVe'daesd.n- T.lhe Ti,iu o. ..... i
..... ,,,.-, , in,- irni-i
leitssful se,-:s. n for this farce, whi, b
iias been err. ele.l hi- , n....l ! I,..,.
nid witltii.-iasiic audiences sinoe 'i
was fust pro, fui ed In X.-w York Of! v.
Win',-.; jt Sliwe l a l.ir.l' n i l
run. I'niik,. the majority of i.m.-iea!
1-1)11 -dies, it, ,s,-,..s:-i.;. ;l di.-iilKt ail-
i.ii.j.-. !-!- sunii-Kin to ri.rr.v the
u-tion of tb. pi, v.. if ' , i - -was n t a
mu.-.if,)! number i:.t ro-lne ed. The e. m
any appi ari.-is here js positive ly
-u a ran teed by the- manatr.-nie at to
be Mirue Identi- al 01 auiz ition that
"l.l play cxt'-mbd PDRn?em' :i'- th'.i i
ie;i i;n n Ni w York, Iost'.n. P'.iia J
J'dpbi.i. lUiitimore. Vi'ashinuton, Pit's I
!mi'S an ! all of the lar' -istrn it I
niMfiy,
n -. - -
Tho A.natour SdcIoJocIsI
Reports on Hi3 liivcetiK.itic.-is.
STILL AFTER SANTA
FE FOR REBATING
College P!av.
Th'rc Ih no l.o k of th" a:.r.:r.sii'ie."P .
'if eoiieje Efc pi -Str. Iishea t, ' h'ei
Henry li. Harris will pres. :,t in tV'.;
city nut Tlmro.iay r.isht :fi Ed;-i
i- ...... . . . . . . t
.j. m. ii os ui.- Mar sn i v,i n a
s s Atimd. s, Nov.
lon the bpavy
: tbp Sr.td Ke rati
'iliMTi; in the fnhr.i
' May, I nit. ,i fifnt,
n y Law!". ;....ni.,;jn
:u!d pro.-.-. I at
t-ini e.f e.iort to prr;" iit the n
. t-eai the iciiiainins imlietmi-nts
sr-
S.--F.d',
Ivf imi
a I b. ..'.i.';
dist -je-t f.,u;t
s 1islrit ..t.
1 todaj ClPt
tb" Janiiarv
ad
tf
t-l points -hateine re-bating.
f' dj Head the Ralirtlo ami get all thf
U la cava.
'.-my il-.-it :s ;i:d to be fully up
.-.taridar.i t'tat distintmi-beB a'l
Tjraniwtion und. r Air. HarHs'
'Ion. "Stioncb.-art" is a pti.-lv
m
I'-ce life by William C. I Mil!.
seetiMS are laid at ('dumb .1 I
sii.v and its -character a.e ;
r.en and we.eien v. ho are ; ;!
fbir edoeatie.n. Tile si.-li r -.
tiie.t f ' 5,,ni:.ith ." a fi.':! l !-;.
Man, with" a briliiaat t.iui i'usi
be. bhs Iki. oni a ' t rv ti. 1 :'. r
er n ti e -j.lep .'t Uif.il b I.
I" '.' oil t i e mipf ef bis ii r i
furrna Cue -not .. (,f r .:,-,4-..;
thp ra-al tu iiidi.-p C.mI it
S SlVl'il !'r, ;il'i!-er pi. i.tv
r f eme nt"!is !y drj-o !
Mr. ,s Jv yt, is a .-t' 11; rot
.'1' r of j-is ad vmre rt
iti.-rt of !tar was e-arnrd by
Uous norlc
to tb
( f tb
oil-
i,l ( ei
Its
r
!Tbe ania-eur h. c;... uist r;i-!:
"Tie- impiiss-;. Ti(-i d.-i!si-i.!vj-' ef
love an. th,. ,.-:. .j, oraln of mar
jiiar;e j, , ,n...,f. p.. j ,v( lv y,!n.,
I '!"''l'' bb oes of v...:' iu -be novels bnd
n'waya imp- ss.-i ; i.u- eg :..;D r).
t. .-:;pidy nverdinwa. 1 roidd not pie.
t.iro !ie lovely yo..:,-: .,.;ih pier es ,f
"fiiks ra;.i:;:r su. h tbi.: ;s ' to piris
w bo v, ve iu,t ire arp.
"So I lns!i!':;,-1 (ot-'ir;:t!ptl!n!iI.-!i-9
anions i.iy n.mi-d f-i-;, ! ; for t:,?
purio-;e e.f asc-ria:i:':n vh-tj.i r an-.-ef
tb se Miotic r.ia.illcataiion-j ba!
J.-ppei.pil to tbem at thir matin-?
time. I am glvint )ou the nsmt of
t. e se inVfieVatioti.
"Tlie fust man I tarkir! w.-i th-.
ad rie:k H a i-rii'ti.n- c ..,i
i."'d be.-n oin? vith the j.iil for a
y-ar and a half lien it hanir-nel.
m f-'unday alt',; noon Le took a walk
vith her.
" 'Aiiip.' l e paid to her after they'd
b -en bKikini? at p me niaikeJ down
refrigerators in a f.trnl't're ftor win
( tw, 'il.e edd man bonsied my par to
a week last i.isbt. riuess w on-Jit
rabblej along on ')
I
i.e if
I in
an I
is in
Ti i
a . !
to bp ab to i,t
a w e . hadn't e V
i " 'Woii, I fhouJi! ar wj.s Ac
'J dTban.l r ?-!-. 'There arc tboti
; - or fo!ks in New York whn 1lt- n.i
" 3
Vi4
itr
tabJy on half of SO a week.
-it weddiig was
ef
I the date
i In.:;. ' '-ly arrs
"X' i man, b rk la an I::snranr4 nf
re. tepn cc-Iac witi br frr
.f ei-'f I.-.. oil Tlf
o,i:- - ' , r threo otb'-.j. in the fePI arainut
j l.im. bi.l be was fjr.te aoarh t-- tr.ke
j :t f,ar,ihb.r's 'ba:.re. Th-y : i a
i f'--'w on wight and b- tp"a Hip f.-t
- t- r :!.
e.f Err a
ij'r p.
ro!i.-l.-n-
i aned over to uer
r.d s p r,d ac ts he I
.'m u :
"'fcay. Hazel, wLe.e do I s'-a-J with
you. anyhow?'
"'Now, pul-Iease. Jim. don't prt sen
timental,' she replied.
"'Hut, Hazel,' hp persisted. 'I'm pet
tinj; pretty anxious to find out, you
know. I dnn't know now whether I'm
aces or nn also ran.
"Oh, I don't know that you have
any occasion to worry,' was her re
ply, and that, of course, was enough
for him. The date was fixed a couple
of evenlncs later.
"Third friend of mine whom I
tackled on this investliratif.n n-a a
shoilliand man In a m-nter'.
and he'd been rfi!!in.i .... I,..- .i
three times a week, takins her out.
too. with considerable rciruhiriiy, f,,r
a iod e-overing about a yjar. n
cveninc h? was sitting on the front
steps with her when the raid to him:
" Bay, Charlie, guess who ran away
and got married last week? vaoi.
Startsometbins:'
"'That aor said he. 'WV1I, gar.
""w go.Kj on the run are
you V
"TI lis it was fixed.
"Aly fomth informant wan a young
! ' i.i i..f ,. at thatwho'd ben
a frequent raiier &, the hemic ef a
wealthy eh I for two yeais. oed-
"S! oaf. and ;he was ,n,.r.
iih ttef.okg. tc-o, in addition ho hav
in? the coin. One nUU thy (Vrmed
rm of a rhaperoned box part at a
1hv. Th" play wa, abmit a fandly
8 idden!y j IttiI?( a from wealth to por-
er;y.
"" I)'!e kr.ox. Kat' he a.r tn
!';-. 'i'.ho-it d.-i:;.-,!; t,. ap.-par mean
rr cri-1- 1 '' Jui'-.hins of thai
sor t ;' i happen to
"'".Vial a -.-r fri.adir wish" was
b -r ie-rly. V1 y, .-.;vrr she addrt!. al-
iio i-;!:. tf eo'litc. she ucde: srood l.ini
r- .i .'iy
' P'-rau-e. t:;rTt. ny rPar.' l.p.-ipry
r-iiekiy made sa ;x. -. - wooi !a t' feel
1. yirh an Ir.t t ..! t.nt,T if I aS;pd
.m i to sharp (!; i.:;J(. i;ave wjt;,
newr eonsider you a muii under any
tiii.irii.siames. no matter what you
did; and it is mean of you to re
proach m,. for not being poor. I can't
tieip It, can I?
.u.itieci f,''!ia cnoiiKli to tl!V
ii. .-no inr. jcitrs lawyer, Und ft Wa;!
Tbeyd decided upon the datj be foi
tb-' e id ol that week.
.l.li man I as.. -d wat another
lawyer, and be',1 i. .,.n rabbi- a il
"-.- "'a, m r f a't.iy and lb exiia s....i
taking her out li.bt often for n ai 1
a t W( Ivearmth. (- e evciiln th-,
wero t:,:,i,i t a a- iid when tb
1 as." d a tidy Ii .. !r;.-t !,.; j
coil: se ( f - !;.;: rut Coa : si ,: !
I I. t'. d.
"Van- C o :. ti i of tlw.i? fluti-a
few d .vj aro.' .j M'd to be.- r:t:,'.
cha'a t'y. '1 he'y'ra da!sVs lust a
ran ; d I eve:- saw. H.irJa-j wa'!s an J
al! that. A'! ii.lv i':r, .l.,, ...
t' ) a r::-r.:j lor :!: b -it cf 'tin, and
there i.i a-i bi-ator, t ut.
" 1 ji.it leva red t j. lap for the dm
n3 rt-a.ti of a JU.t. din t yju." a;
her re; !y.
"Tl at ws.j s.-icl enujh for him
and le fiU.I his caveat then and
there.
"I ihir.k," rcriclmleej th anutju
Bllcif.lcC'lst. ' tbSt illCfO fey ran. I,. .
cas -s which I quotp, the rej-j.tg, aa'l
say, of ta-e fu: investigation aloaj thia
iine. ciea- iy Indicate., that tho fla'j
dubbish junk aa to Uccla:a;ion3 and
proposals eel down J.n the fc'.ioa book 4
simpiy dc not po. Tfcry don't kn. e'
tbey don't claw the Eir. thr
. , , ,i i
( rravl on tbadr stomacbg. TL -7 lu
ii.e.n one sen.?!jie luman b-!ne-They'rc
giad If they gtt 'trn, ta4 they
take their ir..die!0. as a rul9 Jikei
Lule tiita it tLeyjj tuwej dwa." '
A man on a OiPstnor"atJT-Pt car,
searcbire his pocket for a ticket'
found h had only on ,a,T,i
' O. is tba:
r'y Into
'-v vt ; v u
: i j l
d.
id. C I I
the conductor a nickel instead.
j I wouldn't think of giving up my
i last ticket," he explained to a friend
, .ui i in name xo diow in all mycals
carti? j and want to be sure of getting home
:t. TV J I always keep one ticket on hand for
- j Ledger. "
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