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ARDENT SyiTFO);tQWS:3WEETHEART 3,000 '
AMILES ANE IS JAILED
San Francisco, Cal;r-'4He's inna
cent I love him. Ill dofeverythlhg
I'can to clear him." J '. -
That is what 16-yearqld Rhema:
Anderson said recentlyrafc her'.home
here, regarding the arest?oLeqnard
A. Kerns. . t -
Kerns, arrested twicepn..th'e same,
day, declared himself' guiIty..Qf jrdth
ing more, than following- hisfsweet
heart 3,000 miles. . i '; ' t '
He was arrested atherihQme.'on,a
description given theJ'pdlice by"L.:K
Gignac,.a private 'dete'c&vej .wAo'said-
t The police .wired the Canadian city
to ISarn the specific charge.
"Hold KefnB-for embezzlement,"
' AifewlhonisLprevious to his second
arrest Kerns had cleared hims'elf of
suspicion- of-robbing E. W. Clark, a
tourist whom'he'met on the train.
' .'.Kerns wooed Rhema Anderson in
Montreal. -A-short time ago her fam
ily moved -'to California and he fol
, "Fire, at 1833iS. State st blocked
Kerns was wanted .iniMontreal:'-.! i.