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Harvester Company. Her father is al
so one of the Harvester Company's
army of underpaid employes.
There is little difference in their
stories. Both met him at dances. He
told each she-was the only one. He
was always dressed extremely well.
They say he painted fanciful pictures
of the future in a world they didn't
understand they who had known
only poverty and long working hours.
So they fell under his influence,
they claim. The girl at The said after
she became afraid of him and went
out on the streets at his bidding, he
fitted up three rooms on Racine ave
nue. It was here she brought the men
she had solicited.
The police are elated over the ar
rest. They have the nian charged
with pandering, and his case is now
pending in the Morals Court.
The man is supposed to nave a
wife and two children, whom he left.
The police believe that by his arrest
they also have the first line on the
type of men who prowl about depart
ment stores and invite girls to joy
rides and theaters.
HANDWRITING TO TAKE PART IN
IN MURDER CASE
Albany, N. Y., July T. Calling of
a handwriting expert to analyze sev
eral mysterious documents upon
which the state depends for-strength-ening
of its case against Malcolm
Gifford, Jr., for the alleged murder
of Chauffeur Frank J. Clute, was ex
pected to close the prosecution today.
So far "Williams Travers Jerome,
attorney for Gifford, refuses to out
line what defense the -wealthy boy
defendant will offer.
CONVICTS GET BIG DOUGH
Madison, Wis., July 1. By system
of payment for overtime to convicts
at work for contractors who buy
their regular time from the state the
prisoners at Waupun will this year
I BUSINESS MAN LEADS SUNDAY
Business men were conspicuous at
the International Sunday School Con
ference and noticeable among them
was E. K. Warren, the newly elected
vice president He is the man who
carried through the "Jerusalem
cruise" in 1904 and brought 800
American delegates to Jerusalem to
attend the World's Sunday School
POSTPONE LABOR MEN CASES?
Calumet, Mich., July 1. As result
of agreement reached between Chief
Counsel O. N. Hilton, of Western Fed
eration of Miners, and Special Prose
cutor G. E.' Nichols, formal motion
for postponement until next fall of
the conspiracy cases against Pres.
Moyer an'd 37 other officers and mem
bers of teh federation will be made
next Monday when the trials are
scheduled to start before Judge'
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Peach stains can be removed by
wettinsr snot with water and nuttine
Some of the men made as high as on layer of cream ,of tartar. Then
$15 and $20 a month. vJV- I place in hot sun.
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