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THE DEVIL! BILLY SUNDAY JELLS. JUST HOW
CUTE AND FOXY "OLBPNICK." IS
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f BY NIXOLA GREELEY-SMITH
Paterson, N. J., April 28. Ladies
and Gentlemen The Devil!
I am not swearing, just introduc
ing to you, the readers of this news
paper, Billy Sunday's own pers'dnal
devil as the famous evangelist de
scribed him to me. in a talk we have
just had in Paterson, N. J., where Mr.
v Sunday is now conducting a record
breaking icampaign-for souls ,?;,?
This is the first time Mr. Sunday
has ever talked about the devil in an
interview, the reason being that no
body ever asked him before to de
scribe, the famous personage that the
twentieth century seems to forget all
about except when it stubs its toe. .
"I am writing a sermon about the
devil now," Mr. Sunday told me when
I broached the subject but it is not
LfijoishecL yet (So. you see you re-
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