Miscellany: Jul. 25, 1927

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In Philadelphia, one Mrs. Mary C. Bletcher, artist, stopped a mail wagon, climbed to the driver's seat, clutched the reins, demanded the driver's arrest for driving a lame horse. Traffic jammed for 45 minutes. Police veterinaries declared the horse fit.


Cincinnati was the scene last week of Elkdom's 63rd convention.

"Elkdom" is the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks—a white men's organization which originated in 1867 among Manhattan entertainers as the Jolly Corks, first for sheer fun, later to do good.

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