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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

H KING HAS LOST JACK rils Majesty's Irish Terrier Died on Tour to Ireland. EARL WHO IS IN BUSINESS Owns Iho Oldest Title In England, but Has Small Fortune— Londoners Bc- < gin 1o Shun Hansom Cabs as Dangerous. By PAUL LAMBETH. (Special Cable to Tho Timss-Dispatch. Copyright, 1903.) LONDON, August 15.— The plotiaure rtf tho King's lrlßh tour wns marred by tho lohb of 111.-; liißGpu ruble companion, the famous Irish lorrliv, Jack. Tho poor dog choked himself while fending. Tho tlecwisod, who hart boon In tho King's possession for some years, 'very noon discovered thnt them whs peculiar sympathy between himself nnd tho Kinr?. Ho', would ifti.-oKiilzo no oHiee mnKter, rfa'.i was very Jealous of unyono coming near Hlh MnJoßty". Me Blept nlwn.yn In the King's bed-room. nnd Invariably iittended his royal mauler nt breakfndt and luncheon. " If Jiick had oho fulling It wan his fondnesK for chewing cloth. There l» " rtpry told that n famous ambassador (not American): while awaiting...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch Publfshtd Dally and Weekly' At No. 4 North Tenth 'Btre«t, Richmond, Va. Entered Jan* Uary 87, 1903, «t rtlchmond, Va., ■• . teconH*ol«.B.B matter, tinder Act of cones-ess of March .1, 1879. The DAipT TIMJSS-DISFATCtt Is Bold at 2 cents n copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is •eld at 6 cents a copy. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by roall-M cents a month! »p.OO a JJJJ*| 18.60 for »lx months! iVSO for three months. «.-»»• Li* The SUNDAY TIMBS-DIBPACCH by mall $2.00 a year. . The DAIJ.Y TMBS-PISPATCH, , Including Sunday, In Rtohnjpnd and Manchester, by carrlqr., 12 cent* per week, or B0 cents per month. __. „.. •The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents por vreflk. The "SVBEKLT TIMES-DISPATCH. 11.00 ii year. )' All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not ne returned unltsu accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 619 East Broad Street. SUNDAY. AUGUST' 10, 1903. Persons leaving the city for the summer should order Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

MOTTOES: Deo pnlrlne nmicls and Fnrla quno sentlat. It 1p rnrely that ono family can lay clnlm to three cUCUtchoonß, thOße, tno, of the thrco most distinguished colonial fnmllle.l— Wnshlntgon, Page iinu Tyler, Yot we have In tho above eoat-nf-nrnm, Borne chnrncterlßtlc points of each. Erich of those nr«fod fumlllox emigrated nnd settled In VlrKlnlfi iiht.iit the same tlmo, 1600; nntl a branch of 0.-inh also nerved to build up and muliiUln our magnificent government. The mirmimo Tyler or Tiller, Is of Normnn origin. The nnmn Is often tomid In tho old English Hundred Rolls ns Ralph-le-Tl!mo. which, under tho medlMivnl ppplllng «rnong the parliamentary writ*, W>2 to 1315, formp the good old nnme of Tygheleri?, and thnn assuming such formi us " 1p Tugler," "1c Tuler," nnd "lo " Tewler.V «» rer.reH«!ntod In the early Noimnn Fwn.eh vpcabulnr^. It soeiriß, however thnt none of their descendnntß had the courw go to rff produce nny of thoi". 1 rendurlnnii. for they wero soon after...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

« (uiiFs) \wl Following tho usual revolutionary tendencies of society In this century Is tho revised code for tho spelling of proper name*. Virginians have been proverbially quoted as being n law unto thcmscVres before and since tho tlmo wlion Enroughty retained its usual quota of lottors, and yet was called Darby. Such anomalous spelling and prominclat.Vjn, or mispronunciation, seemed queer enough, But Avlth latter-day developments In one's mind, the Dnrby-finroughty opfsocio fades Into Insignificance. It Is a known fact that In this section of the Stale, perhaps moro than elsewhere in the South, tho bestowinont of tho old-fashioned names, common In colonial days handed down through succosslve generations in families, hnvo been n. distinctive mark of the English sottldd portion of Virginia. Massive old family Bibles record tho births and deaths of Elizabeths, Susans, .luiies, Marys. Bettys, Sallys, Alices, Judiths', Dorothys, Pollys, Annes. Ediths, Lucys and a scorco of others equa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

HIGH TIDE AT OLD WHITE An Almost Bewildering Programme of Entertainment, GAYETY SCALE GOING UP Tho bomlno Ball' One of the Brllllan Features of a Season of Ni'/elty and Pleasuro— Wound Up With the Old Virginia Real. (Speulnl to Tho Tlmcii-nißpiilolO ORKENBRIER WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. VA., AllgUßt 18.-Last week It neeniad scarcely possible to accomplish more In o. social way, and yet thin week has renlly been tho red letter ono this season, and entertainments havo followed each i.Lher In such rfipld succession that It in Impossible to give an adequate Idoa In one letter of the notublo function*', besides tho aiTalrs less formal, but no > less enjoyable. Every ono has been kept busy; all h«cb havo had "their time." Tho trains are arriving laden with guests. Entertalnmonts "ro being planned already for tho next two weeks, nnd ono wonders when the' "height" of tho season will be reached, for unIOHH all signs' full, next weok a social calendar will be even more crowded. DOMI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

«' Ple&suresQf Sitmtnet zit Aiount&in snd Se&shorc BLUE RIDGE BAL POUDRE Powder, Paint and Patches of the Days Long Past. BRILLIANT COLORS FLASH Miss Semple Was Hostess of the Occasion and Her Nieces the Quests of Honor— A Pretty German Danced— Card Games, (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspateh.) BLUB RIDGE SPRINGS, August 15.— iDaaio Nature has had the "weeps"; why we know not, for we havo beou as good as good can be. So In spite of hor taaitrums every ono within tho confines of beautiful Blue Ridge Is hnppy nnd gay. At times tho mountains hnvo looked vnguo and far away behind tho mist, und the poor littlo daisies on tho hillsides have turned their tear-stained faces to heaven, but they "wept alone," for only smiles and sunshine can radiato from the many faces gathered at tho court of pleasure. The fountain ot the week's greatest Joy was the beautiful bal poudre given by Miss Emllr Semplo, of Montgomery, Ala., In honor of hor nieces, tho Misses Ellen and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

OLD WHITE IN OLD DAYS Pen -Pictures, of Those Who Have Come and Gone. WATER OF STRONG POINTS The Southern Aristocracy Was Controlling Force at the O!d White, and Gave It Its Renown— Anecdotes of Great Visitors to Springs (Sppclal to Tho Tlmoß-Dlftpatch.) WHITI3 BULPHUA SPRINGS, W, VA., 'August 15.— Your first objoct of Interest Is the sulphur spring, a circular pool of clear water wrili a greenish tint, surrounded by a pavilion, with twelve columns, painted red, gray und marbled. The' colling \n decorated with a pink Venus, who hag a painful exprcuslon of countenance as she rides on a pink ocean In a wooden cradlo without rockers. Old Burrell, a mulatto, flßhos up four glasses of water from the spring and you we about to drink one when you stop and consider. Tho witor has an Individuality, co to epoak; a. bouciuet that gives you the Impreaalon that death has hovered Hear, and perhaps fallen In. Nevertheless, >ou drink It, and then sit down with tho other dnvou-oH of the b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

10 So many ways, by which they may earn v , livelihood, are open to the womon of to-day that tho positions which formerly wero the only ones In which thoy were employed are now to a great extent neglectd. There nro, however, many women, brought up In tho old school of femlnino fitness, who Btill cling to tlio belief that the hurry and worry of tlio business worid Is not for women. To these the position of teacher, governess or companion seems the only suitable wtnk for a woman. Not many yoars ago thero was a great demand for women of oducntlon, refinement and culture as companions nut with the advent of physical culture for women, higher education for glfls, nnti the modern self-dependence of nil women the demand has lessoned. In this, the beginning of the»twentloth century, tliore Is no great call for the professional com. panlon, and yet, Investigation shows that thero ar/3 still n large numl>er.of women who yearly earn, their living In this wn> It it were po...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

, " » * POLITICS JN KING GEORGE Candidates Held Off Until the Plan Was Decided. ' (i * — PLURALITY OFCANDIbATES The Republicans Will Also Be In the Field Wittf a Compact Organlza- ' tlon— Tho Crab Season a Failure. (Bprrlnl to Thn Tlinen-Dlipalch.) COMOAN, VA., Außußt. 16,-H \v now perfectly apparont that tho enthusiastic Democratic mans meeting hold at King Gooruo Courthouse iMt wtck served to open the county campaign In "dead earnest." Matters had bi?*n warming up for »omn time, but something was needed trt tan the smouldering- embers Into a blnr.e ond set tho slmmorlng pollltcul pot to boiling hard and Btronir, and It turns out that tho spirited fight over Iho question of Whether It won best to nominate ennilldritos or have a "free-for-all" cOnteßt w.id sulnclent to put the boll In motion. fiomo of tho asplnmiß refrained from announcing their candidacy until a. definite conclusion was reached by tho Democratic party, and thn Republicans also deferred notion until It coulcl bo asc...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

12 tt« 4* m t « YOU'LL OI3T Asl Muslin Underwear, mw | These goods were made for the finest trade—they arc the best make, with a generous quantity of mntcnal In each garment. A long experience in this btisitiess ha* never enabled us to put our finger on a better bargain. Shoppers appreciate them, too-thev are taking out thousands of garments a. day. At the rate of sale last week, there will be about four clays more of good selling. Do you want to share it? BOc. to BBe. /or m. to SUB Gowns, 070. for $1.50 and 11.76 Corset with beautiful Open embroidery. Covers. 08c. for *I.OS Gowns. ' 2!>e. eaeh-Musltn Sldrte-2 half21c for 4?o. Lace TS-lmmed Draw- Llnon skirts. era> / 42c. for SBc Lace Trimmed Wide 17c. for JBo. Lnoe Trimmed or Ruffle Skirts. Plnln Cluster Tuck Drawers. aao efte h— Umbrella Huffle Laca 80. and So. for 10c. and lflo, Corset Trimmed Skirts— seven fine tucksCovers, double Ktitch. 180. and IHo. for 25c and 3Be. nS(< tn 2 _, for ,325, 325 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

THREE SECTIONS. TUB TIMES. rOUNfrtin 1*"!. ran dispatch; foundrd imo, SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Aug. 18.-Forccnst for Sunday and Monday: _;; , Virginia— Showorn Sunday. Monday probably fair and wormnr In tho Interior; light to fresh went winds. North Carollnn-Showors Sunday. Monday, fnlr, oxcopt fihowern op the coon; warmor in the Interior; llphl fresh oast wlndß. Richmond had a cool nnd partly cloudy flay yoHterday. It rained up to 1(1 o clock, but tho sun struggled out at Intervals afterwards. STATE OF TITO THERMOMETER. 9 A. M 72 12 k 74 o p*. m! '.I!'..!!!.'..!!.!" to 12 midnight 70^ Avorago '• 72(£ Highest tempnriituro yesterday 78 X»owcHt tompenituro yeßterduy g« Mean tempoiaturo yesterday w Normal temperature for August 'J Departure from normnl temperature... ftl Precipitation during pnst 24 hours 01 MINIATURE ALMANAC. AUffURt 18, IMS. Sunrises 6:27 HIGH TrDE. Run Brts 7:01 Morning W-5 Moon risen. ..11*3 Evening l n ''W Au«rii«t 17, 1003. Bun rifle. B:2S I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

2 THE DAY ON THE DIAMOND Records of the National and American Leagues. CHAMPIONSWON AND LOST Took First Game from Boston, but Dropped Second-Brooklyn Took Two from St. Louis— Giants Lost to Cincinnati. Scores Yesterday. Brooklyn 7-<. St. Louis 0-3. Boston 1-8. Pltt*»>tirtr 5-». Cincinnati 8, Now 3. Games Monday. Plttuburg at Boston. Cincinnati at New W. St. Louis aL Brooklyn. Standing of the Clubs. Club*. Wbn- Lost. PC. « & Chicago- £| 4B ,r,3C, Clnclnna'U " rr * 0 UiS Brooklyn J' -„ .42(11 Boston J^ « ,sio BU Louis 8a «* 'j3 7 | Philadelphia a j. " I<wc NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES YESTERDAY it -Rnston" Pltt»burg won the ftw* °* to day^f double-header while Bostoh captured' th» second. ; First Game— v J3 i Btone, Second Qatn»— R H B ance, 6,847. Time, 1:68^ At Brooklyn: Two vlctorlea were scorea by Hanlon'B loam over tlio St. Louis playera here to-day. First Gamo— „ ,T, T „ B) T J,r,i_ 0000 oo o o o-o 7 o Irobklyn ". .... 0100 40 1 1 r-7 M 0 Ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

DAN PATCH A WONDER Missed Lowering Pacing Record, but Will Yet Do It, 'THE RACING AT BRIGHTON A Fine String of Fast Ones Will Bo on Hand, and Somo Sensational Performances Are Confidently Predicted. ■ 1 By MANHATTAN. NEW YORK, August 15. — If Robert Bonnor, who long ago predicted tho twomlnute horao, were alive he would havo had tbo time of hla llto at tho Empire City track Wednesday. There wero 10,000 people who went up to Yonkers to see Dan Patch, tho groat pacing son of Joo Patchen, go after Btar Pointer's rrccord of 1:M 1-4. Whilo he mluscd tho goal by a flat second, no ono who was present at tho track felt that ho had not gotten tho full worth of hlw money. It was a wonderful performance when tho breeze Is taken Into consideration, and In the opinion of veteran horsemen tho record will be equalled If not beaten when Dun Patch goes after it next week at Urlgluon. He \u a better horso thin year than ever ho was. ' ' ■ Oosplte Bomo drawbacks, the week s tipcrt at tho Empire City t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

r4r 4 DEATH OF PARKE HOWLE Passed Away in Manchester Last Night. THE FUNERAL TO-MORROW Oases Before Mrtyor— Manchester a Qulot City— Services In Churches. Newspaper Man Goes to Bristol—Annual .Outing— Notes. Mr. T. Parko Howie, after n long Illness, died at tho rcsldohco of his father, Mr. E. B. Howie, No. 113 East Tenth Street, last night about 8 o'clock; In his thirty-fourth your. Mr. Howie was a well-hnown young man. He leaves his wife, mother and father. Mr. Howlo had boon a sufforer for n long tlmo, and spent some time In DarHngton. B. C, for his health. Ho was a druggist by profession, but had recently worked at the Locomotive Works, bolievlng that such work would tend to help him In his trouble. It was without avail, however, nnd nbout six we«ks ngo ho was taken to Ms room. Tho funeral will bo lrom tho Presbyterian Church on Mondny at 12 o'clock noon, and tho burial will Ho In Hollywood. Rev. J. J. Fix will conduct the som-lco?, and the following gentlomon u'lll act as pall-b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

GRANDY WILL PROBATED Property Disposed of as If No Will Had Been Made. CAMP AT OCEAN VIEW ! Mp. Barr Getting Forty Thousand a Year and Is Offered More— Capt, Tooker Rises from Cook to Wrecking Master. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) NORFOLK, VA., Aug. 15,-Tho will of tho lato A. H. drundy, owner and editor of the Vlrglnlan-Pllot of this city, to tho time of his death wus admitted to prolmto to-day. The estate as assessed by the commission appointed by tho court consists of $134,020 In personal property, and $39,762 In realty. Mrs. Annlo Reid Qrandy, tho w^ldow, appointed executrix under thu terms of the will, qualir.ud to-day In the sum of ¥150.000, without surety. Mr, Orandy simply directed that all his Just debts bo paid, and that all lilh propoily go to his wlfo and children, as though he liad made no will, under the terms of the law made and provided In such cases, Ho recommends his brother, C. W, Grandy, bh confidential advisor to lvi wlfo. it Is not yet known_wlmt deposition ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

A VIRGINIA BOY'S CAREER Pliny Rutledoe Has Had Sue* cess on the Stage. CASINO BILL THIS WEEK A Good Offering ot tha Summer Thea-tre-Adelaide Thurston's Now Play. fan MacLaren to Lecluro Here Again, A Virginia boy who Is forging rapidly to the front in the theatrical profession Is Pliny Rutlcdge, the son of Mrs, W, v. Flnney, of Manchester. ' Thla aenaon lie has been booked to appear In Charles Prohman's production of "David Harum," In which successful play he will appear as tho bank clerk. Mr. Kutlcdeo haa had a wonderfully wide experience In the dramatic Hold, and owe» much of his recent success to hla careful training In stock companies. He I* a direct descendant oC Judge Ktitledgc, of South Carolina, who was nominated Chief Justice In 1755, Ho traces his descent on both sides back to the English aristocracy, though for many years hla fotibears havo, been distinguished citizen* of Virginia and South Carolina. Mr. Rutlodge was born In 1575, ana entered the theatrical profession whe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

VALUE OF EXPORTS Favorable Showing of Southern Ports Maintained. 810 INCREASE IN COTTON Steady Development Is Shown by the Many and Various Industries that .. Makes Up the Prosperity of Dixie Land. (Special to Tho Tlmeß-Dlspalch.) BALTiMOIiE, Aug. iS.'-Plalnly writton In tho record ol the exports of tho country is the story of tho steady growth of commerce at southern ports, Analysing the figures of export values for the lust 1 fiscal year In comparison with those for U93, the Manufacturers' Record soys In this week's Issue: "Tliruy or (our of tho leading ports show comparatively slight Increases tr actual decreaHos. XJut tho advances have been quite notnblo at six or seven, purln); the past ton years the lvalue of exports has incrcasod from $77,535,013 to ItW.Wa.HO, or $71,234,470, equal to 01 per cent, at New Orleans | from $37,470,404 to $101,121,087, or $68,W4,893, equal to 177 per oont. at Galveaton; from $19 «50,752 to $5U40,£32, or $W,30i,i00, e^ual to 174 per cent, at Savann...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

HAWKS SERVE FARMER WELL Kill Crop-Eating Rodents and Prairie Dogs. THE INJURIOUS SPECIES Foray Hen Roosts Secretly While Those in Plain View Are Takes Ha Own Photograph. 1 By EDWARD B. CLARK. CAssoclnte Member American Ornlthologists' Union.) __ ■.;•■" hand Is rnlsod conxhmlly Mn gainst tho hawlt. The hawk's approach to a farmyard Is the KKfi' slpnal for the taking down of the &@&] shotgun. Man Ib slow to lonrn, nnd nine timos out of ten the, hawk-kill-Ing husbandman Blays 0110 of his best frlendß. Out of seventy-thrpo specl^g anil subspecies of hnwks ocourlng In America, only six are Injurlou?, nml yet 'n the popular mind every hawk that sho.Wii on the horizon Is a "hen-hawk" anil closorvlns of death. Of tho half-dozen lnUirlous epc-, oles onlr threß oro common. They nrc the goshawk (ncclplter ntricapllhi.i;, Ihe Cooper hawk (acclpiter conpiril) and thiS iharp shinned hawk, (acclpiter velox). THE PREDATOKY HAWKS. These birds are tho bold buccaneers of tie fi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

NET LOSSES WERE RULE Bank Statement Was Not as Favorable as Expected. SLUMP AFTER OPENING Thart Was Free Soiling for Profits, but Then Came a Recovery In Which Losses Were Largely Retrieved. The Market Sold Off. .■ i (Dy Associated Press.) NEW YOItK, August 15,-Oporntlons In 10-day's stock innrkot wore mude up largely of profoHsicmal trndlng, an Important proportion of tho Bihck JSxclmnKo membnrHhlp having left the city for nn ond of the wfeek holiday. Tho professionals were Inclined lo work for a reaction, owing to tho rapidity ot tho week's recovery in tho market, which might be assumed to have built up a vulnerable account on tho long side of the markot, London evidently took tho came view of tho situation, and had rnmir, Inroads upon last night's prices her« beforo our oponlng. Tho Belling by the arbitrage operators quickly carriccl prices down to ,'.ho London level. Thoro was also tr«~ profit talcing In Amalgamated Copper, nttractod by yeßterday'a late spurt. After the London s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 August 1903

10 AFTER DEATH HE WILL BE A HORSE ztnd He Provides Well for His Sustenance and Keep As Such. The will of Jas. A. -Walton, of Leeds county Ont., In a curious documnet. He believed that after death the first co t born on his placo will contain his soul. That the colt may have proper «»".«• built a tine brick stable,, fitted wt h blinds for hot days, and In .on* cor -net tn on tt ifls ft c S S tat aca ci 7a7 a a nplnndld mausoleum In r°C¥ SdVf? 9 hll to n bo fSA a ?n fat"? the "maußolounrhi a marble 'altar S d hT b n urn 8 ed C SSTnSS ?,^ While chanting In an unknown BB g tieTs» 'wHrx 8 SSclero tfiat the pall of smoke encircled W °e P r 01 0 f i rteo f rr r fe..? f an tt a 1a 10 thrp b eep t i Jni? neighbors fled In terror. ANIMAL STORIES FOR OUR BOYS AND GIRLS Not Used to It. Pat Murphy wan the driver of a.?™ hma bit of his bologna .paußßgo. for iva'r. both op the same job." And Dobbin Wd -ay, in hi. horse talk "Thanks, we'ro not s-wept, but we're useful.' Now Pat belonged to the anci...

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