Miscellany, Jul. 27, 1931

Please

In Detroit a 10-year-old named Louise wrote a letter: ''Please send me $20. I need it badly." addressed the envelope to: "God, City of Detroit."

Please

In Paris, dresses for children were on exhibition, embroidered large with the request: PLEASE DON'T KISS ME!

Lark

In Brooklyn, N. Y. the will of the late Sumner H. Lark bequeathed $1 to his widow, saying: "I suppose she will tear it into pieces as she did one time with a $10 bill I gave her to buy food for the children."

Fortune

In Chicago a fortune-teller told Mrs....

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