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PAPER SUITS ARE BOON TO
A m n :
Elver see a poor "down-and-outer"
who had no other place to rest his
head in the early days of fall hut the
park bench wrap himself in newspa
pers and wonder why? The answer
is simple. Just to keep warm. Pa
per being a non-conductor prevents
the cold .from entering and prevents
the heat from escaping. Because of
its non-conductiveness, the idea was
obtained for a suit of paper to be
worn under the outer garments of
aviators who find it aimost impossi
ble in making fights to any altitude
to keep warm. The photograph
shows an aviator in the new paper
HARRY JAMES IS WARNED BY
JUDGE OF MORALS COURT
Harry Janes was called into the
morals court by Judge Uhlir yester
day. He was reprimanded and
threatened with arrest if he didn't
keep order in the old Boston Oyster
House cafe, where his Booster club
Every day women are brought into
the morals court who tell of the mid
night revels of the Boosters' club.
Judge Uhlir became tired of this. He
called for Harry James.
"If the police won't do anything I -will,"
he said. "Every day from one
to four women come before me to tell
how they became drunk and were
permitted to solicit in your cafe. I ,
just called you in to give you fair
warning that if this thing isn't stop
ped I'll have you arrested on charge
of running a disorderly house."
LAY PLANS FOR PUNISHMENT OF
Washington, Dec. 9. Program of ,
action to back up president's an-:'
nounced intention to "crush with the
hand of power creatures of passion,
disloyalty and anarchy" was mapped
out by administration today.
Following a cabinet conference
late yesterday discussing co-opera-"
tion in a vigorous campaign to stamp r
out criminal conspiracies, Dis't Att'y "
Marshall of New York conferred here
today with Att'y Gen. Gregory.
Chain of indictments was expected
to follow return of New York district."
attorney. First onslaught in admin- .'
istration's campaign of extermina-.:
tiou was expected to be staged there,