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OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
, SEE'S WIFE SUED
Promise of more revelations of the
life1 in a cult of the "See" type was
given when a suit to recover $3,500
from Dr. Agnes C. See, wife of the
former cult head now in Joliet, was
filed by Henry Clay, 150 "Eugenie st.
Claiming that he had invested
money in the "egg noodle" business
and several other enterprises, as 'well
as giving her money outright, Clay
brought suit before Judge Martin
yesterday to recover.
Mrs. See has been associated with
E. Arthur See in his religious en
deavor up to several years ago, when
a difference in opinion led to a sep
aration. HERE'S THE ANZA:
Carranza chants a stanza
A song of horse-and-lance
Says this Carranza stanza:
"Carranza stands a chance!"
New York Mafl.
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