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will discover it if he. has to use a
fine -combe and X-Ray.
ACTRESS STRONG FOR
PIGS AND PUPPIES
Chesbro told me that his right
arm feels as strong as it ever did,
stronger in fact. Ever since he
' retired from the spotlight Jack
has labored to get his ami in
shape.. He worked steadily in a
gymnasium, following a course of
exercise, prescribed by a special
ist, to Bf"ing to life and strength
en the muscles and fibres that lost
their strength when Chesbro, like
a willing horse, permitted himself
to be pitched to his baseball
'MILLIONAIRE KID" HAS
VERY "HIGH TASTES
Cleveland, O., March 21.
John C. Judgins, "the millionaire
kid", who is in jail here waiting
trial for padding the pay roll of
the Norcross Coy to"1 the extent
of $40,000, is 'a very peeved per
son, owing to the sort of food the
jail attendants are serving him.
Judgins, a $15 a week clerk,
has recently been eating $25
meals and he says corn bread and
water are "not in it"
No, Son, that isn't the rogues
gallery just a saloon with the
window full of the lithographs of
politicians who want the people
to elect them to a job. "What do
the people gel? Hot air," sir.
Miss Ann Sutherland; actress
and farmer. Sounds rather incon
gruous, doesn't it Bujr she says
that her chief source of pleasure,
is derived'from her farm, its pigs,
chickens arid cows, 'and, her ken
nel of blooded coIHedbgs.'
"Away back in Connecticut I
have a place of 47"acres. It sounds
small and insignificant out West,'
but to me'it sounds pretty impor
tant," said Miss Sutherland.
She became raidntly enthusi
astic as she told me of her thou
sand chickens and crops.
An- attempt was made tp turn
tthe tide of conversation to things
dramatic, something about her
art of impersonation, but she was