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'BET MY DAD CAN LICK YOUR DAD!"
Jess Willard, Jr., infant son of tho
new champion of the world. Young
Jess is the only boy of the Willard,
family of four. He is 16 months old,
and, judging by the sturdy build of
him now, will uphold the fistic prow
ess of his daddy when Tie grows' big
enough to wield a pair. of gloves.
He's practicing on his sisters now
MRS. MEYERS FOUND DEAD
Mrs. Satiiuel J. Meyers, wife of
bankrupt clothing merchant who sui
cided, died suddenly Monday morn
ing. Last night the coroner's chem
ist, after an exhaustive analysis,
founcl that she had, died from arsenic
' . " .. Uejtectiyes ;liatebeen-assigne.Q to
the case to find out whether she was
poisoned by an enemy or committed,
suicide because she was hounded by
her husband's creditors.
Mrs. Meyer was the sister-in-lawr.
of Mrs. Geo. Bernstein who was tried:
and acquitted of the murder of here
husband who was shot May 4, 1912.
The, Meyers helped to finance the
, prosecution of .Mrs, Bernsteuv . t