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"Dinah Snow was a colored cook to
tka ho(M Of the Barths. One mora
ine oo Koine to tha kitchen, Mrs.
Smith observed fat Dinah looked aa
if aha had bean tangled up with a
"Why, Dinah,” exclaimed she, "what
la tha world has happsnsd to yon 7*
"Was me boshes’,” eaplaiaed Dinah
‘Ha dons went aa’ beat aw agin, an’
Jsa fa’ nothin’, toe!”
“Again!" cried Mrs. Smith, with la
creaming wander. "I* bo te the habit
of haatiagyowt Why don’t you have
"Been thtakto* oh it several times,
missy,” was the rejoiader of Dinah,
"hat I baint nahah had aa money to
pay his Ann"
One of tha meet serious difficulties
that the officers have to contend with
to aerating sr Id sacs to convict crimi
nals to this section is the dllpositiea
that "Dinah" la shewn to have to the
^ - ar* ro
of tool iafriage
parties, aad by the dat that thsease
como op for trial, Um preeseutlng
or nmaplahiiiig witness ssas things
to as entirety dUfwuat light from the
Ont view of the Matter, aad what
aaeMod to then at dnt to bo an cpsa
and violent violation of the law tana
itself Into a are trifte. Thus they
swear aad ae one la found guilty.
Mot MOST weeks ego a colored wo
lag aad Celling foe the protecting cue
of 4m police. Ae declared that her
husband had tried, to kU her sad
according to bar story, ahe had es
caped Us nordoroos wrath only by
fining up town to the police.
Her cold blooded husband was ar
rested aad jailed aad ia a day ar Wee
brought to trial. To the ■Msiomnit
of the court aad the disgust of the of
Jfeexa, aha want to the stand and awoce
that her husband did set try to kill
her, bat wee only playing.
Aad so It (a—the “Dinah" story is
act so much a joka ae It ia a Teal hn
Mtn interest story.
MAKES HIM MAD.
The foHowiag editorial attoi — ia
ea fall of Bw real, i~ aiaat to wahai
tratfc. that wo pan H aloof for eur
reader*. It ia takao ft— the column*
of Oar Path art— Onaa:
“If ia want to make thla editor
“t«ed" jua* show kha aomethlag like
tha falser ing from a northern paper."
"Tha 9oath ia backward. It fbgpm
tha United Stataa by Illiteracy aad bt
half-educated. Until it ia improved
by tha invasion of r
battar ideas. It will t
and a danger ta tha
Mmr what fa pad think af that!
Why. man. tha Sooth ia tha solid rock
open which tha BapahSc mats. Even
•hip of State through the"trouble
mnm water SMI UCB
the reepaaeiMJtfo. af tha no
two Ninnw AND a cow.
of Dm Buckingham DUpatck:
Last Tuapday night, about twahra
or *m o’clock, mm paupi* either
aiming in or gnlng out «( town no
ticed an MtemebUa turand' ever k
e ditch beyond the Seaboard Air
Line railroad etntlon. On stopping
and investigating they dteeovered that
tare colared kda arcre wedged under
the Machine. They extricated tbs
boys end reported the incident to Pa
UciMnee B. B. Covington. The officer
went upea the ecene and arrested the
bey* an a charge ad »tea bay an au
tomobile and temporarily appropriat
ing the earns to their own use.
i ' The automobile area owned by Leek
A Marshal A Persona and waa naed
Car delivery purposes. It wee housed
in the livery stable of Mr. L M. Wil
liams on Franklin street
When arrested the beys stated that
they did net steal the car. They said
’that they win passing the stable
! when the car steamed oat and, seeing
that it was not occupied by a drives
the spcNsTiT^.^fote^TTm^ do
damage, they hopped so hoard for the
perpsas of stopping it. Thay said
that the car got bayaod thatr control.
It swat dawn Franklia street, creased
the railroad tracks at tha station. Oa
it wsat sc rose tha county bridge, start
ing ap Watane bill, wbse they suc
ceeded in landing it into a ditch with
the result as stated above.
The boys forthsr stated that they
presumed that a cow, which area In
the s tables, had started the car in
motion by rubbing herself sgainst the
crank. They failed to state hew the
states door was opened, but it is to be
prseamed that the cow opened tee
door in the same way that she started
tee wschine in motion.
After this owners of care sheuld
be a little careful not to leave them
where cows can get bold of them.
The pranks of this cow has cost Leak
A Marshal A Parsons tha sang little
sum of ntlO repairs on thatr new
Feed delivery car.
The bays, Sylvester Leak and Will
Watkins, are in Jail awaiting a hear
ing in the recorder's court.
Tha trial will no doubt be interest
KmKir Yrom War Zone.
The Louvern* Ladies’ Brass Band,
who aiw traveling this am ion with
tho.ain, -aiiwU’’ rtnr
ploying “WALK This way,->»
mads up of all French woman whoa*
headquarters arc at Paris, Prases.
The ladiss have Won playing for
years la their native (country, hot
owing to the dreadful war. they were
■armed by Mr Clifford's foreign
•gent, and ciaiyalme theyjmvo bean
h*md they hdve been a big feature
for the ritow. At 8p0kaaa. Waab
iagtoa, they handed one eectian of the
great Labor Day parade and received
rounds of applause over the whole
Has of march. The iadiee parade tW
principal streets at IdO p. m* and
play a concert following the parade.
They also play again is the evening
at 7 JO in front of tW theatre. TWAre
are fourteen boom French rullim
whs complete the make-up, aad they
double into the Imperial Orchestra,
which is mat only a treat be Itself bob
slao assures patrons their full man
or* worth. Musically, the CHitad
Show this year is the greatest attrac
tion of Mb Mad traveling, aad the
langhfog principles see more ahaad
aat than ever. "WALK THIS WAY"
at epees beans on Thursday evening,
Marsh *3, for eae night only.
Uttto C«erK* had haaid a «M*|
deal mM akaot tan comm, bo*
a* tab* real aai* ate. Om day the
faattly war* at dimer, aad Ceoap*
wanted a drink of wafer. Tka ttoad
"Drink toil *f your (mb'* glia,
Oaorya; to (a through anting -
, Tto little fallow iiwwiit to wy,
< .’?< r,V'
"1 doo’l waat to; Phi afraid f *riU
totok tha kaakatdia." Barito Laha
Mam. M. L. Ma, dJataa laao,
Minna* Mary rwUa. Mary laha aad
Maatar Mdpaa Whftritoa. attaadad fha
dahate at Pkn MaaluM C*0*pt
Hatty night- Mem Mb aad
liaa aetad an jadpa* ad tha dekola
“Walk This Wily."
Stty (Binds) Clifford, ia “Walk
This Way," hla asw musical satirs,
will baaaaa at tha oprrs house, Leu
rlnburg March 28.
Thia pises ia tha very latest style,
and ia aa mtartahunont of the hlgb
eet class. Tha foundatka at It k •
faxes, fall of complications and lodi
croua prsd icamenta. To thia ia added
a doaen songs of the popukr styk ami
a company of elegantly gowned young
women, who can sing and dance, and
who are pretty and sprightly. Billy
(Single) Clifford, who la starring in
the piece, is too well known to need 1
say introduction. He hai boon on the
vaudeville stage for many years aa
one of tha brightest and cleverest
singers and dancers sod he has a style
and manner all his own. In his pees
out vehicle he hat a role that (its hla
personality to a nicety, sad it k one
in which be shines with great bril
liancy. The story ct tha piece has to
do with a young man who goes hi
guest of a young lady whose father la
a German who has lately obtained
gnat wealth and wants hla daughter
to many Into tha aobUity, and at tbs
sama time baa advertised for a butler,
but ad coons ba gala mixed op in all
•orta ad fanny predicaments aad baa
all aorta od trouble before the plot is
Anally untangled. Mi. Clifford la
moo as tha yoeng Bngliehmaa and
he la given many brilliant Unee aad ba
ia caught in many tight places. There
to a lave atery running through tha
piece alee, aad it derma one of tha
very interesting feature* od the at*
traction. Ur. Clifford baa aunoundsd
blame If with a good coaspany. Idas
Helen Clark to a singer ad real eonga
and baa bad macb experience la muai
eal comedy. She baa a lino voice and
a splendid stage presence. Dainty
Uae Co Ulna, the MobntU, is a clever
mimic od Scotch eonga, and baa gained
macb distinction on the vaudeville
Stage. The three Weston Staten, one
of the orpbeum's boot musical acta,
and Nick Glynn These and others,
who charmingly sing and dance, pro
vide an craning’* entertainment long
to be remembered.
A GUI Mg* Offering.
Opera bouse Thursday evening,
Mb«* 23. BUly (S(ngla) Clifford
and bis merry company of clever ar
tist* will be the offering at tha opera
bouse on March 22. for on* night
only in the many musical satire.
“Walk This Way."
Billy is well known to tha theatre
loving public of this city, and is cf
teittg this season an attraction even
Ugh above the usual high standard
maintained by him, and “Walk This
Way" hat proven the greatest suc
esss of hi* career, having toured tha
eeuntry for forty weeks tha past sea
son, aad being on* of th* few attrac
tion* that gave universal satisfaction.
It is a asixtare of light comedy with
mnsicsl interruptions, of which thaw
are sixteen, and non* of which intend*
upon th* ether, and this pleasing eosa
btnatkro with all suggest!veneae re
moved, form* the naucloua of a vary
pleasant two hours of fna and enjoy
xsaat BlUy has ia bis support an ex
ceptionally clever company; th* scenic
aad electrical affects ait m t* tbs
regular standing and there is no doubt
that his engagmaant here urfl] prove
on* of the moot acceptable offerings
of tha present theatrical season.
Thera are eighteen tuneful, catchy
song hits of th* kind that linger in
yourmind far atony moons.
This show carries with it Nick
Glynn, that funniest of all funny man,
sera hen for several seasons ss one
u* th* bast parts of Coburn's MM
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tlM« bora woold go owirmtag, tha
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