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A WISE PUP
London. Unofficially reported
jthat Lieut Harold Marion. Crawford,
son of famous American novelist, was"
killed accidentally by homb at Giv
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1 MAYOR THOMPSON ARRIVES;
TALKS OF SCHOOL FUNDS
When Mayor-elect Thompson
swung off 'the train this morning he
was greeted by a crowd of reporters
an da storm of questions.
"I'm hungry," said he. "Wait till
"You want to know my cabinet ap
pointments," he replied to a tactless
cub. "I'm afraid I cannot make them
public until Monday night" Finding
it impossible to push his way through
the crowd he answered a few ques
tions. "Sure, I'm feeling fine," he said.
"I'm going to do a lot of work and
make a lot of stories for you fellows.
We probably 'will have the cabinet
meet one night each week, as it will
he impossible for the members all to
get together at the same hour during
"My first order to the new chiefof
police Tuesday will be to clean up the
town. I have chosen a man who will
do it" Here he halted and winked
"The thing I'm most worried about
at the present moment is the short
age of school funds. It would be a
blot on my record to. have the schools
close down for a day. If there is a
legal way to do it I am going to find
money to keep them going."
The mayor left for home to have
breakfast with Mrs. Thompson.
"DOC" HANISH AGAIN ON STAND
In his testimony yesterday Otto
man Hanish, self-styled Persian .
prince, constantly referred to himself '
as "we" and "us." Under cross-examination
he said he was referring
to himself. Later he used a few "I"s
to please the attorneys.
Theprince" also testified that he
gave the $5,000, which Mrs. Ellen
Marx gave him, to William Sandberg,
jeweler, who later became bankrupt
Mrs. Marx is suing for $5,740, which
she says' she gave the cult leader At
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