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colm, "but I've made arrangements
to take some friends out for a week
"There, you see, Malcolm, fate has
probably planned that you and Dick
should never meet"
Little did I think, little book, how
fateful'would be their meeting.
(To Be Continued.)
ON TRAIL OF "SOLD" BABY
The juvenile court is on the trail
of another "sold" baby. The mother,
Charl6tte "Werkmeister, left the babe
Oct. 13 with Mrs. Charlotte Chad
wick, a nurse, 544 W. 60th pi., who is
supposed to run the farm. Mrs.
Chadwick sold the child for $100, but
only collected $25 on the sale; half
of this she gave to the mother. The
purchasers cannot be found. v
Instead of an inner tube a new
puncturless automobile tire has a re
movable rubber core that is solid ex
cept for cup-shaped ain spaces at
HOTEL 'WORLS YELLS ABOUT
Y. M. C. A. HOTEL
The Y. M. C. A. hotel has commer
cialized itself into a competitive busi
ness institution that cuts rates to the
injury of other hotels, while it en
joys exemption from general taxes
exacted from other hotels.
This is the charge made in today's
issue of the Hotel World, official or
gan of the Hotel Ass'n of Chicago.
The article intimates that an investi
gation will be prompted by the or
ganization. The article cites advertisements by
the Y. M. C. A. hotel in daily news
papers, which say that men no long
er "young" are permitted to stop at
the hotel, and remarks that the hotel
was erected with the aid of public'
subscriptions for the purpose of aid
ing "young" men.
1 Chief No Sirt of the Umatillas has
gone to Washington to lobby. Every
thing seems to tend toward corrup
tion of the Indian.
WHAT BRITISH GUNS DID TO GERMAN RAIDER
First news picture from Europe showing the demolished German de-i
stroyer V-9, after it took part in the attempt to raid the coast of England
and had been driven back by British ships. The picture shows the damage
of British gunnery.
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