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WILL SING TO 50,000 AT CONVENTION
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Miss South of Knoxville, Tenji., will sing to 50,000 Elks at the Elks'
convention at Baltimore this month. Since her debut as an operatic singer
she has won praise in the large cities of the east and of Canada. Miss South
is a daughter of an Elk and her two uncles and several cousirTs are Elks.
LORIMER TO TALK TO BANK
Battered Bill Lorimer, the banker
politician, will try a comeback stunt
tonight before a crowd of his cred
itors in the Second Regiment Ar
mory. He's going to get them in a
bunch and explain how he will.try to
get their money, lost in the La Salle
Prospects for a peaceful meeting
grew stronger after Judge Smith's
decision Saturday that the Central
Trust Co. was liable for $1,250,000 to
the creditors of the Lorimer bank.
Until then Lorimer expected at the
best to pay only 25 per cent of his
creditors' losses, now the payment is
figured as high as 75 per cent
In his talk tonight he will tell the
crowd that if giyen tune he can worfe
put the deficit,