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way, and he will be only too glad to stir up the animus. Many an actress has been made by her press agent, and few have succeeded without one,' she said gayly: " 'But it doesn't seem quite fair,' I remonstrated. " 'My dear Paula,' said Alma, 'if you expect to combat a man like Ear liest Lawton by fair means you will get Deauuiuuy iett " , (To Be Continued.) o o ALL ABOUT GHOSTS. BY THE REV. THOS. GRIMSHAW Rev. Thos. Grimshaw,. pastor Cen tral Spiritualist churchy gave out , some information concerning Ihe habits of ghosts last night. He said: "We have evidence that spirits are about the same after they have passed out of this world as they are here. We know they do not have the cause for evil that some do in this world. They are practically immune ' from the bread and butter question, for it is no greater hardship for them to get food than it is for us to breath. "Spirits can't deceive. They know it is impossible to tell a lie and get away with it. A lie would be revealed in the fery color of their garments. Fancy a man who was 'romancer' in this world trying to deceive another spirit in giving up, say, 'Oh, what's " the use.' " o o SIX QUIZZED ON HOLDUP' Six men, caught in a raid which netted 100 at the Ferndale cafe, 744 N. i Clark- St., Saturday night are being held for further questioning concerning an attempt to dynamite the Bismarck gardens and the $1,400 payroll robbery from Cashier tfas. C. Robertson of the American Mer chants' Syndicate, 155 E. Superior. The six held: Jas. McCarthy, 116 E. Superior; Walter Miller, 2338 N. Leavitt; Chas. Ray, 54 E. Illinois; Ben Novok, 2338 N. Leavitt; Michael Collins, 1354 N. Clark, and Walter Strelow, 128 E. Superior. YOU CAN READ ABOUT IT, BUT YOU MUSN'T HEAR IT Some ministers and some women who often get thejr names in print as reformers of evil spent an enjoy able evening in the burlesque thea ters Saturday night. They said they heard jokes so foul and corrupting that it was a violation of moral law to say them on the bur lesque stage. Then they proceed to tell the roughest of these through a three-column display-headed story in the Tribune this morning, where some few hundred thousands of men, women' and children who most like ly were never in a burlesque house may read the stuff which Mrs. Boor et al consider too indelicate for the minds of the mature men who are patrons of burlesque. Among the investigators were Mrs. Jas. G. Boor, Woman's Church Fed eration morals committee chairman; Rev. G. V. Van Dyke, E. 0.. Conover, . E. S. Coffman, D. H. Keller, Mrs. R. L. Moffett, 4618 N. Racine av. Mrs. F. M. Reynolds, Austin; Mrs. L. E. Koontz, 653 N. Lockwood av.; Mrs.' A. C. Q.'Neal, 2512 W. 66th, other clubwomen and university students. Theaters visited were the Hay market, Star and Garter, Gayety, Ca sino, Hippodrome, National, Gem and Stella. , It is said some of the male univer sity students especially enjoyed the show at the Gayety, where the chorus girls in the last number all wore flesh-colored tights without skirt or blouse and sangi "To see a little more, you must meet us at the door." o o VILLA STORY WRONG, AS USUAL Laredo, Tex., March 12. Passen gers arriving from Torreon report Villa has not captured Durango, as reported in border dispatches Satur day. Railroad between Torreon and Durango is intact. Bandits had not been reported in that vicinity when they left Toreron.