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visit me. He is supposed to come
in a couple of days. Shall I let
him come, providing I hear from
him again, or shall I turn him
down? Am deeply worried and
have no one to whom I can go for
advice. J. C.
Some girls have too little pride,
and some make pride a fetich. The
same middle course usually
makes a good rule of conduct. In
this case, if the man has any ex
planation to offer, why not hear
it? But do not ask for it.
And do not imagine that any
man would continue forever to
write one letter a da)r, and make
three long distance calls a week.
It seems almost unkind "to turn
him down" because he is revert
ing to a normal mental condition.
ITS EASY TO DO, BUT
Finding Your Nose.
Take hold of your nose with
your right hand and then grasp
your right ear with your left
hand. Then try, as quickly as
possible, to reverse your hands
that is, grasp your nose with the
left hand and your left ear with
your right hand.
Repeat the operation several
times and you'll find yourself
searching for nose and ears in
impossible places unless you ard
HARD WALLOP FOR LOCAL)
"This is the worst case I have
had since I have been on the
"bench. It is the illustration of
the depravity of a lawyer, but I
sincerely hope that you will not
judge all. lawyers by the action
of this one. I am ashamed to
think that an attorney of the Chi
cago bar can be guilty of this
grossest of fraud."
With this stinging rebuke,
Municipal Judge Gemmill yester
day ordered a warrant issued for
the arrest of Attorney Clarence
W. Shaffer, found guilty by a jury;
The complainant was Mrs. Ber
tha Feigan, who claimed to have
given Shaffer $500 to be held as
earnest money under a contract
to be executed between her and
the Berkshire Life Insurance Co.
of Massachusetts. She declared
the contract was never executed,
that the purchase was never con
summated, and when she de
manded the return of the money
it had been refused. She was
given a judgment of $523.
The moon gets there by adding
one quarter to another.
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