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:'we'd better go. Come on to
"But," began Ward. . . .
"Didn't you say you were go
ing right into court and have me
arrested ?" asked DeWoody
.. "Yes," said Ward, "but you
- know this puts a different com
plexion on the face of the deten
tion, if I may use that word, of
my client. I am afraid that I was
"You were," said DeWoody,
, grimly. "And now your client
will have to appear in court in. a
n few days. I wasn't going to do
anything about it. But I have
evidence that he has been in Can
ada, thus breaking the terms of
Tiis bond ,and I'm going to pre
sent that evidence in court since
you're so anxious about courts.
Ward and his priestly client
left. DeWoody grinned.
. "Now see what he's went and
done," he said. "I've pretty near
ly enough evidence now, but I!ll
wait a fe wdays and get some
more, and then we shall see how
Mr. Ward likes court."
Hanish was indicted for send
ing obscene matters through the
mails, said obscene matters being
his "Green Book." The indict
ment followed certain revelations
in connection with the detention
by Hannish of little Billie Lind-
" say in the Lake Park avenue tern
pie. The Mazdaznan cult has tem
ples and followers all over the
- world. Hanish is said to have
made a million dollars out of his
followers. He is teh son of poof
German parents, now living in
OH YOU "CHICKEN BUGS"
READ THESE TIPS
A Lawrenceville, Pa., chicken
farmer has learned how to train
his hens to lay big eggs.
Big eggs, you know, go farther
around the family circle at meal
times than small eggs, and they
bring better prices, too.
This man starts in early, when
the pullet is in a receptive state
of mind and can be more easily
impressed. Instead of the ordi-
Va GONNA LAr one?)
nary imitation hen's egg used to
coax layers into laying, this man
uses a big goose egg.
The pullet sees the big egg
when she goes on the nest and
tries to do as well. By comparing
the hens that have the big nest
eggs with hens that have the
small ones this Pennsylvania man
has found out that the hens urged
to greater deeds by a goose egg
lay larger and heavier eggs.
No charge is made for this les
A Staten Island ' farmer ties
crayon pencils to his hens' legs.
He makes the hens keep their
own score card that way.
The outlet from the nests, is sa