A jockey was taken ill on a visit to London, and a friend uav-i him the .addles. 1 : of a doctor to whom to no. th tamio hack shortly and said ; " I’ve got some medicine : but I did not go to that doctor of yours'." "WhyV" asked hw friend. "Woll," replied tin? jockey. 1 was just about- to go in. when 1 saw on the door-plate hie name, ‘Dr Jones.’ and below it 'lO to I.’ When I saw that I said to myself: 'lll be hanged if I take any such risks as that!’ So I went two doors fnvtherj and saw another plate with ‘Dr James,’ and below it ‘3 to 5.' The odds were shorter, so I went to him." Dr Lyman Abbott, the anti-suffragist, said at an amti-suffrage tea in Xew York : “They call woman the weaker sex. Vet I have known more than one woman to bend a man’s will during bin life ,md break it -after death. ’’ -
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Star, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914
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