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JN THIS FAITHFUL
WE'LL 'LOOK UP THE
ONCE FOR ALL,
WHETHER IT'S A
SQUASH OR DOLL.
mow i hope You're,
WERE WRONG OR
WE85TER. LlEDj '
AS i SAID. THE
MEANS A WARBLING
LITTLE A FAIRY,
WOMAN SAYS HOTEL ARREST IS
Hannah Holland, 26. 4519 Sheri
dan -road, arrested Friday in hotel,
2150 N. Clark, with Allan Thompson,
21, 5061 Winthrop av. ' Case contin
ued in morals court.
Miss Holland recently sued J. J.
Corkill, La Salle' street broker for
breach of promise. Her attorney
says the arrest is a frameup.
OFFERS BILLY SUNDAY $1,000
Kansas City, Mo.,May 13. One
thousand dollars lor salvation. That's
.wba a man who sobbingly confessed
to being a drunkard offered to give
Billy Sunday if he would save him.
Sunday told him he couldn't save
him; he'd have to do it himself.
VICTIM OF FENDERLESS AUTO
A feifderless auto truck struck
Friday struck Dolly Cizovitz, 5, -of
707 DeKovea st, in front of her
home. And Dolly lies today with a
crushed face and a masked arm.
The driver of the truck sped away
unidentified without even a glance
behind at the child he left in the
10th Ward Socialists meet 1st and
3d Tuesdays of each month, Work
ers' Inst, 920 S. Ashland blvd.