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Bomest, but I would have almost I GARY' EDITOR CALLS CHICAGO
given my bad leg to have seen his
eyes brighten as he looked at me as
Harry's did when they rested on
Eliene. One thing, little book, I got
from Eliene's talk that morning, and
that was exactly what Donna Ten
ney told me.
Both confirmed me in my resolve
to stick to Dick.
I have had confirmation of the
right of this from Mrs. Selwin, Donna
Tenney and Eliene, and it only re
mains to hear what my faithful Annie
She is coming tomorrow and I'll
(To Be Continued)
The postmaster of Gary, who is
also the editor of the Gary Evening
Post, yesterday advocated request
ing the president to send troops to
Chicago to suppress crime instead of
paying their railroad fare to Mexico.
"Some time ago," H. B. Snyder
says, "Big Bill criticised and lectured
president for not sending troops to
Mexico, yet since he has been mayor
more people have been killed, outrag
ed and robbed in Chicago that there
have been in Mexico in the same
length of time. There is less danger
for Americans in Mexico than there is
for Americans in Chicago."
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GOSSIP BUT WILLIE.
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