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I are going to play the game straight,
no matter what the others do.'
"Tom's hands shot across the ta
ble and I put mine in them."
(To Be Continued.)
RED HAT LANDED JOHN IN THE
HANDS OF SLEUTHS
John White's refusal to buy his
lady love a new hat led to hisdown
fall Monday. 'Three months ago
White disappeared from Grand Rap
ids Mich., leaving behind him a wife
and child. With him went a lady
with a red hat. Detectives from
Grand Rapids trailed the couple.
Monday they caught sight of the red
hat at the general delivery window.
They trailed it It led to the Park
Row station and to White. Detectives
nabbed him. The woman is said to
pose as White's wife.
THOMPSON AND PIKE OFFER
GROUND FOR GROWING
Mayor Thompson and Comptroller
Engene Pike are strong for the city
garden idea. So strong that they
have offered some of their own prop
erty to folks who will cultivate it
Thompson owns a bit of ground,
125" by 330 feet, at Albany and Van
Buren. He has offered to put it un
der the care of a Catholic church op
posite the site, to be plotted out for
those who want. to grow eats. An
other plot at 64th and Cottage Grove
is opposite a Presbyterian church.
The congregation of this church will
have a chance to eat home-grown
Pike will turn over ground at Al
dine and Sheridan road and at 61st
ARMY AND NAVY SENDS MEN ON RECRUITING
EXPEDITION IN FARM DISTRICTS
Recruiting for the United States army and navy is being pushed to the
limit, men being sent all over the country to gather in new soldiers and
sailors. Here is an army officer soliciting recruits in a farm district, work
ers gathered from the fields to listen to him.