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murder and to helping dispose of the
,Conley, like Vera, had not only the
opportunity but grave tempatioh to
murder the child.
Vera's house was the den of the
Chebtek gang, the depot for ttie$r
stolen goods, and little Andrei Yus
chinsky, boylike, had recklessly
taunted the woman's little son, Eu
gene, with the dangerous fact
BLACK AND WHITEGARB BY NO MEANS
SOMBER; SUGGEST GAYETY . BETTY BROWN
Every negro in the black belt
knows what fate threatened Jim
ConteyJLlittle Mary Phagan lived to
tell-her pitiful story.
' "No Jew in modern times has been
persecuted as this Jew has been," de
clared the assistant counsel at At
lanta. "What of Dreyfuss at Rennes?
What of Beillis at Kiev? What of the
millions of voiceless Jews branded
with them as traitors and murderers?
g& 6 . Le
Monte Carlo, the only place on the
face of all Europe where gayety and
fashion reign and take no heed of
war, has set the fashion for blapk
Black and white may be "second
morning," but. nevertheless it's very
striking more vivid than the" gaud
iest of colors and lends itself to effec
tive combinations far from' somber.
.. -One of the' few fashions, American
women have borrowed from Europe
this spring is the black and white cos
tume stapes are very popular but
the combination is often effected by
wearing a fancy jacket of black over
a dress of black and white.
American cheese is regarded by
conoisseurs as equal to the imported.
The states of New York and Wiscon
sin lead in cheese production
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