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WHIZZ, BUZZ, CLICK, WHEEZE! SCENT FOR A
CENT MACHINE ARRRIVES IN CHI.
A scent for a cent!
That's the latest in slot machines.
The dingus was tried out on Chi
cago "h" biation platforms. Now it
is making appearance all over the
You drop a penny in the slot, and
WAR NEWS OF ONE YEAR AGO
French war office reported success
es on left wing, western front. Ger
man office said allies had been re
pulsed. Belgian office reported repulsing
Germans before Antwerp.
New battle line which extended
from Mariampol to Ossowitz, in
Russian Poland, has been" formed by
the Russians and terrific fighting was
reported from entire front. Rome re
ported that Roumanian railroads
were congested with German troops
being rushed to check this Russian
German squadron was reported by
Petrograd to have bombarded port of
German war office posted its 38th
casualty list containing the names of
8,000 officers an4 men killed, wound
ed and missins.
whizz, buzz, a click, a wheeze, and
the handkerchief is full of beautiful
Shop girls who used to drop their
pennies in the Zeno venders now drop
them in the scent machine.
There are four odors lilac, violet,
carnation and white rose.
REV. HILL SUED FOR FORTUNE
BY LUCILLE COVINGTON
New York, Sept 30. The Rev. Dr.
John Wesley Hill, for five years pas
tor of the Metropolitan Tabernacle
and president of the International
peace forum, was sued in the superior
court yesterday for $100,000 damages
for breach of promise by Lucille Cov
ington, lecturer and Chautauqua
The Rev. Mr. Hill, who is married
and is the father of John Warren Hill,
a deputy assistant district attorney,
employed Miss Covington for about
six months in 1910 as manager of his
lecture bureau. She claims he made
love to her and proposed and that she
did not discover he was married until
1911. Attorneys for Hill declare it
is a "holdup attempt."
The man in tire moon's never broke