Henry Mulholland fights for his Umbrella
A young member of the Lackawanna Bar named 11. W. Mu.hollaud recently enforced his rights in a very emphatic manner. Oa his rotutn to the city a lew days ngo he loft one coach to enjoy a cigur in the smoker, leaving his umbrella iu the car in which he was first seated. When he returned for his umbrellu, it Was g - iue. Hunching his office on Wyomiug - nve - nue, tins city, Mr. Mulholland thought the mutter over und determined to return to the depot and see if he couid not see the umbrella umbrella iu possession ot some person there. When he reached the station platform, there sure enough was a good sized stranger strolling strolling about with tho stolen umbrella iu his baud. Mr. Mulholland had never had experiouco iu casos of stolen umbrellas bolore, lieuco his action was no doubt somewhat uuukuui. Ho strode up to the stranger, took a firm hold of the storm protector, aud excialaioJ with a hard riug iu his voice, Kay, Mister, this is my uuiuiclin." lhu stranger looked ut him in hntouishmeut aud appeared to bo startled. However, he resentod tha manuor in which Mr. Muluuiiani interrupted his waik, took a firmer grip of the umorella aud defiantly exciuimed, "I guess not." A struggle lustatit! y tol.owed. The men wriggicu b.iek aud fortu on the platform and attracted ijuuo ti crowd. As usual the bcrauton uiau won. Thu stranger curiously got his nectt underneath Mr. Jliiliioliuua's kueeund reluctantly yielded tho prize. Mr. Mulnommd win Keep a suing ou mat Uiu - brellu horealfer.