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IN REEL LIFE
During a war, a feud or a schism
it is essential for somebody on one
side of he question to fall inlove
with"sdmebpdyf on the other- This
One of the drawbacks to being an
accohipliqe. is that your Better Na
ture always comes to the surface and
you. make a perfect mess of the ma
chinations,, that are in progress.
A detecti.ve works on one murder
mystery all his hfe, as if there isn't
a murder every day.
An accomplished, first class, admir
able criminal of course loses tp the
police, but in the end escapes so that
he can be used in the next film story.
You can't be too careful whom ypu
marry. Girls frequently marry a man
they suppose is poor and then he
informs them he is of noble hneage.
An Indian maid who yields to the
prevalent mania for befriending the
white, man always gets into a com
plication where she gets killed ac
cidentally; neatly permitting' the
white man to marry some white wo
man whb hasn't befriended him. Oh,
you ruthless scenario writers!
It is no trouble at all for a broker
to corner the New York stock mar
ket In five minutes
SUES JELKE FDR $800,000
John P. Jelke, millionaire oleomar
garine manufacturer, is the defend
ant ni two- suits, totaling $800,000,
filed in the U S. district court yes
terday by Dis't Att'y Wilkerson. The
proceedings-1 are to recover the
amount, plus interest, of which the
government alleges it was defrauded
by Jelke and seven associates through
furnishing uncolored oleomargarine
to retailers with instructions on how
to color it, thereby evading the tax
on that product
Jelke was last week fined $10,000
and sentenced to two years in the
penitentiary, and the ofcherdefendanta
were mi a apvy eaoa.
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