Assyrian paddlers plead for lesser license fee
The Assyrian peddlers appeared in a body and headed by a glowing beauty of Oriental visage, whose Voire was soft and pleading, asked that their license fee of :,0 ( barged for the sale of summer goods at Hie holt Is and cottages, be quietly dropped to '!',. The leasoti therefore, as explained by the lady, was that i: had been the amount charged in previous yen is. License Inspector Kdward Wyckoff was enabled to suppress a rising desire desire on the part of council lo grant the request. He staled that $"0 had been Ihe ordinance fee for three years, but through some error of the previous collector only $Jfi had been collecled. The Assyrians left dismayed and the soft voice of their pretty leader subsided Into a smile of swirl submission. submission.