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Just remember I'm in the same
position you are. I shall miss you
dreadfully, sweet, but I will be
consoled dear, thinking of the
time when I wiI143ejwith just you
all the time, and will lie the Hon.
Mrs. John Arthur Johnson, Esq.
"God, sweet, I truly love you
better than life. If they take me
away from you they will find a
little. dead body.
"Dearie I have so much faith
in you. Be good. I know, sweety,
it may be kind of hard, but just
think of the little girl a long ways
from you who always thinks of
you and just you.
"Dearie, you know I am for
, ou all the time and think you
the dearest, sweetest thing in the
world. So just aviate all the time
am away from you. Please,
.sweaty, do this for me. It isn't
so much, is it?
"Lots and lots and all my love
for just one sweet boy, my own.
Jack. Your own,
The following letterwas mailed
yesterday and received by John-"
'John Arthur Johnson:
Dear Boy Now Jack, for
God!s sake be a good boy and
think often of me, because I shall
'ea mighty lonesome girl while
3U are gone. Honey, I can't
rite now. I feel too badly, but I
ve you better than life, so be a!
od boy. Lots -,r love, dearie. -I
"'Your own, Lucille." '
No one has any idea where the
girl is today, unless it be Johnson
himself. It is believed, however,
that she is in hiding somewhere
near Johnson's home, j
The federal authorities will
make no effort to find her until
Johnson's trial is called. The girl
is under $1,000 bond to appear
as a witness in the trial.
If she does nqt appear for, the
trial, the government will begin
a search for her immediately,
wKiclr is not likely to" end until
she is under arrest.
Johnson himself said today
that he was ready to marry Lu
cille Cameron any time she con
sented to become his wife.
" "I think the world of her," the
negro ,pugilist said.
Johnson then said that he did
not know where the gifl was in
"She ran away because of her
.stepfather, I guess," he added. "I'
mean that man Falconet. He s a
h 1 oi-a stepfather tp her. I
guess she was afraid of him, and
that was why she left her
Late this afterqoon govern
ment agents were stajtfoned
around Johnson's home at 3344
South Wabash avenue, with, in
structions to trail him wherever,
he went .
Mayor Harrison subpoenaed
by Public Utilities Commission of
the State Legislature' to tell how
regulation of lighting facilities
became political issue in Chicago.
L. C. Preston forged Peter
Bartzen's name to check for
$29.90. Held to grand jury.
Chippled children yesterday
guests of land show at Coliseum.