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AL JENNINGS, IN HOLD-UP GAME AGAIN, NOW?
RELIEVES MEN OF SIN INSTEAD OF MONEY
New York. "Hands up!" cried Al
Jennings, train robber, and along his
extended arm his gray eyes surveyed
the restless .rows of people. Heads
were ducked and arms, thrown up.
It happened yesterday in Brooklyn.
But the people were in church and
it was "Hands up for Jesus" that A3
Jennings meant! This once desper
ate bandit and highwayman, later dis
trict attorney and candidate for gov?
Al Jennings, the man who came back. At the right is Jennings as he.
looks today. The other picture shows him as he looked when an outlaw.
ernor in Oklahoma, has now taken with which he used, to relieve good
up his new job of relieving souls of souls of money, at the point of the
sin with the same simple directness,! gun.
There's many a cold month to
come before Mother Nature can turn
over a new leaf.
Old-fashibned knockers have been
eliminated from front doors but we
Wanted:. A shepherd.to watch over
a flock of 'sheep until fleecing season.
Apply J. P. Morgan, Wall street
.Many failures in .business fail be-,
cause they'had. a poor boss when the
gtill have neighbors. ," r '.,