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ROBBER WANTED KISSHE GOT A WALLOP
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Miss Hazel Leonard, WHo Punched Hfgb'wayman fn the. Mouth Because He-
--' .--Tried .to Kiss-.HVr: '
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Seattle, Wash., riTovBelise jrang;m; resounding echoes on the hok
le.'dime Is like another- ddesnft mean I low-sounding- -pavement The street
that one kiss is like. another. .The,
value of kisses, cannot be reckoned
in dimes. '
Thus, logically, we approach the
case of Miss Hazel Leonard, the! bold,
highwayman, and the kiss.
Miss Leonard was walking home
one night recently; from her music
lesson. It was4 dark. 'Her 'footfalls'
was deserted. Now-Center, the bold"
"Mbney or .your life," said-the rob
ber. , , .
, rTherewere three dimes in Miss
Leonard's purse. She valued them
cheaply. Without protest she "shelled
out,1"; - - ...
-, "IJshaw!" sa. the. disappblu.ted