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YOU CAN READ THIS NEWSPAPER IN A CAR
WITHOUT BOTHERING YOUR NEIGHBORS
THE DAY BOOK
500 SO. PEORIA ST.
TEL. MONROE 353
VOL.2,NO.108 Chicago, Tuesday, Feb. 4, 1913 ONE CENT
LAWYER FOR LITTLE MASTER OF SUN CULT
GETS HIS CLIENT IN BAD
Olorhan Zar Adusht Hanish Gets Along Fine Until His
Attorney Demands Arrest of U. S. Gov
ernment Now He's in Trouble.
Lawyers occasionally get hot
headed and rush right in where
angels fear to tread.
One of them rushed right into
the office of Charles De Woody,
special agent of the Departmenl
of Justice, today, and got his cli
ent, Otoman Zar Adusht Hanish,
Little. Master of the Mazdaznan
cult, into a fine mess.
There was a vast suspicion in
the mind of DeWoody this morn
ing that Hanish, who is now un
der bond of $10,000 to appear for
trial in the Federal Court for
sending obscene matter through
the mails, might be going to fol
low the example of Jack Johnson
and leave for parts unknown.
This suspicion was caused by
the gossip of a woman member of
the cult last night.
"The Master has to go tomor
row," this woman prattled, inno
cently, "and it's such a shame, for
he's such a nice man and his altar
"But I guess he's going all
right. He has all his things pack
ed up, and he says that the temple
at 3016 Park avenue is a dead loss
on his hands."
"Ho!" said DeWoody, when he
heard of this conversation. "So
The Master has to go, has he?
Well, I guess not."
Then DeWoody turned to
Agent Bert J. Meyer, who was
"Bert," said DeWoody, "you
just go out to 'The Temple' and
bring 'The Master' up here, will
"What will I say to him?"
"Just tell him I want a Httle
talk with him," said DeWoody.
Meyer went out to the Temple.
There was no answer to his ring
at the bell. But Meyer is a- per
sistent sort of a fellow, so he just
sat down on the steps, and every
fifteen minutes or so he rang the
boys are so nice.