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suggestions that would make for the
uplift of the stage. She thinks your
great love speech should be toned
down. "No modest girl would say
to a man that she would love him al
ways, under any circumstances, un
less he had already asked her to be
his wife," she told me.'
" 'Bring her around, Alma,' I said,
'She must be a scream
" 'She makes splendid copy,' was
Alma's terse comment"
(To Be Continued)
RICH BLOW IN COIN WHILE THE
' POOR CRY FOR BREAD
Conditions in New York city,
where unbelievable orgies of spend
ing are indulged in by the rich just
a few blocks from districts where
hundreds of thousands of the poor
are near starvation were pointed at
last night as a warning to the nation
in a sermon delivered by the Rev.
Chas. Wishart of the Second Presby
terian church, 20th and Michigan.
"Ragged and starving women
stormed the City Hall of New York
crying 'Bread, bread, bread!' It! will
be ''blood' instead of 'bread' soon if
the wealthy don't wake up," said
POLICE SEEK MAN IN DEATH
OF FRED HIGGINS
The police are today seeking a
man known as Sparks Palmar of the
Plymouth hoteh 4700 Broadway, in
connection with the slaying of. Fred
Higgins, whose body, stripped of
Identification marks, was found byra.
roadside near Hammond, Tuesday
Palmar and Higgins were intimate
and Palmar-awed the dead man sev
eral hundred dollars, friends of the
two have testified.
Mrs. Eunice Anderson, widow of
the late Senator Wm. E. Anderson,
2916 Pine Grove av., was questioned
by the police yesterday. Higgins
used to be her chauffeur.
Everett Burget was freed from
.custody of the police after several
hours of grilling, In which they were
satisfied that he knew nothing of the
Hammond murder. ,
DANCING STAR MAY JOIN THE
U "C ,v&zm
HdLV VI7TI Killer.
If Uncle Sam goes to war, Miss Mil
ler plans to give up her dancing ca
reer In the- New York Winter Gar
den to gecome a Red Cross nurse.
At the start of the European war her
manager j)iomised he would let her
go if the U. S. was drawn into the
FIFTY DRIVEN OUT BY FIRE
A fire which attacked the whole
sale grocery of Adolph Amster & Co.,
602 Milwaukee av., drove out fifty
sleepers, mostly all men, who also
occupied the building. Cause unknown.
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