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assumption of being my protector
when Dick is not around which is
most of the time that I am out
sometimes gets on my nerves. He
really seemed hurt and indignant
when I insisted upon going with Mol
lie and Chadwick instead of letting
him take me home.
"I am going to tell Dick to take
better care of you," he said, with a
little teasing laugh.
"Thank you very much, Jim, but
.lacking Dick's care, which your tone
seems to intimate, I believe I'll just
try taking care of myself"
"Here, here, Margie, you're not an
gry, are you? You know I do not
mean to hurt you."
"You did not I guess I'm tired.
Perhaps it would have been better
had I stayed at home tonight."
But would it, little book, would it?
True, I would have missed the most
interesting man I have met in a
long time, but I would have prob
ably missed some very disturbing
"Margie Waverly, I believe you are,
growing romantic in your old age."
(To Be Continued.)
HELD FOR BEATING VICTIM. AND
BURYING HIM ALIVE
Batavia, N. Y., Nov. 23. Charged
with beating his victim, Luigi Mat
rona, into semi-consciousness and
then burying him alive as he cried
for help, Tony Bolivio, 27, held on
murder charge today.
Crime was committed 'more than
18 months ago. Body of Luigi Mat
roni, 40, Bolivip's alleged victim, was
dug from under an eight foot pile of
debris, stones and earth early yester
day an unrecognizable mass of flesh
Matron! was step-father of Boli-
vio's young wife. Bolivio killed him,
according to police because his wife
confessed that she had been wronged
by Matron! only the day before her
marriage. By threats of death Mat
rpni's wife was forced to keep the
crime secret until a few days ago.
Hazel Dawn, pretty Paramount
star, is searching New York shops
for a new shade of green that she
saw on a blonde model at the Fash
ion Extravaganza at Carnegie Ly
ceum. "I never knew that a blonde
could wear such a shade of green
without making herself look like a
Parisian ppster. I am crazy to have
a dress like it now."
GIRL HELD PRISONER TWELVE
YEARS BREAKS SILENCE
Easton, Md., Nov. 23. Grace Mar
shall, young woman whose father
and stepmother are charged with
having imprisoned in their home near
St Michaels, for nearly 12 years,
spoke today for the first time since
her liberation last Friday She asked
for an apple.
Miss Marshall was imprisoned, it is
alleged, after attempting to elope at
the age of 16. Relatives thought her
Prisoners in Morocco are compelled
to pay the officers for their trouble
in arresting and escorting them to
the police station.
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