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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - October 1, 1922, Athens, Ohio Messing or Magazine Section fashions features Scivern Sherlock hoi Mes May have been some Sleuth but he could t hold a Candle to great Britain s Zzz Einstein Athens Ohio. Sunday october i to by Soi and Hamm new York oct. In since the outbreak of hostilities Between the greeks anti the turks in Asia minor America is again being hooded with tales of the horrors of the turkish harem. Some of them May be True. Most Are lies. The cruel and brutal husband is not known in Turkey nor is he unknown in America As witness the records of the american divorce courts. I have found Many popular misconceptions in America of the life of the turkish married woman. To the average american mention of Thi harem brings to his mind a picture of a port in gentleman lolling at ease on a divan propped up by numerous gorgeously coloured cushions with a miniature Pony Ballet composed of his Manv wives in front of him. One wife enough but in the interest of truth it is necessary for me to destroy that fairy Ideal. While the Koran permits to the moslem four wives not More than one modern Turk in a Hundred avails himself of the privilege. One wife is about All the it he can successfully manage. A turkish wife has the same duties the same cares the same rights and the same privileges As any american wife. I might dance with my husband hut not for him. I would sing or play a piano for him the same As any american wife would do. As in s Quot git by Michael Flasch Etti one of americans greatest Detec fives and former head of the new York italian squad it. Was a slow night at head Quad i terse after la and no trouble. Suddenly the phone rang. It was to Flash from a West Side precinct. A woman has t been murdered. A a a a she was italian Young and Goon looking. Her body was. A stretched out on the dirty floor or a a a a cheap Rooming of a searched k a a i the room for t to. Clew but fount Kohl she had come. I in. A in on y in Hei of a1 night alone. No w i one was seen to leave. Yet there she i j Lay. I Fiaschetti the Case was entered on the police blotter As Quot strangled to death by some unknown a on the next Day we found her i Home in Brooklyn. Search of her Tom revealed nothing. We were about to leave when ii noticed a scrap of paper on the floor of a dirty closet. There was t much on it just the name of a Shoemaker on the East Side. But it was enough. We went to Ace the Man. He was a poor old fellow inca if your appetite s jaded try this he did not. But. He would try to recall. After a time he reminded himself of one a married Man. But. He did t know his name or address. He thought and thought. Finals he recalled the name of the Man brother in Law. It was night then. But we went to his House and awakened 25 tam Hies before we found him. He told us where the suspect j lived. We went Back to Brooklyn found tile Houes located the Flat and found the Man sleeping. A woman and child were with him. He denied that he was the Man sought. We were puzzled. Tho brother in Law said that he had no children. Yet Here was a youngster asleep with him. He seemed sincere. Ile offered to help us look for the Man. So we withdrew. We went Back to our informant. He laughed. He said that his remit it Ive was very shrewd. He had i probably put one Over on us. By the time we got Back our suspect had fled. He had paid the Anitress of the House $25 for allowing Lier baby to sleep with them just to throw us j off our guard. We became convinced that the Man was guilty. We sent out a Call for him. Three Days later he was found living in a Shack on the River front the rest was easy. He confessed. He had met the girl by appointment and had sneaked into her room when no one was looking. To accused her of infidelity. In a fit of passion he strangled her. Then he sneaked off Home without being seen. He was convicted of manslaughter in the first degree and is now doing time All because without that bit of paper we prob j ably would never have found a Clew and the Varvara Case would have gone Down As an unsolved mystery. New British c Hief is a real a dizzy Einstein a a to a ii i i Iii Lei i i i a i t i a i Init Viii Iii a Iii ii a ii ii Iii Iii Ipi Zifa in i it ii this it Iii Titi Ian Iii a by Milton Bronner London of a hit end i air Sherlock Holmes l a regular Izzy Einstein. He looks the part of any things a but that of a detective. Yet there is scarcely a big murder important mystery or fraud lease Here in which George Nicholls i in t called to Aid in solving. Quiet in manner Good looking a Dandy in dress he Conics swaggering Down the Street a typical English dude. On his Way Back he May be boisterous overdressed unkempt., disreputable looking Foreng net. Made chief inspector close Calls Quick change of disguise and fast work Are All in the Days work for this Young Sleuth who is Tho brain o Scotland Yard. I for his remarkable Success in rounding up in l s worst criminals he has just been made chief inspector of to Central office which is the to. Important Branch of the government investigation i service. It took Nicholls 23 years of hard plugging to get to this High office i but he got ism e because he is j known ask a Flunker. While others talked and guessed i he thought and solved the puzzling mysteries. During the War disguised As a German he broke up the activities of a dangerous group of enemy aliens who were spies or sabotage agent. George Nicholls. An expert accountant having cleaned them up lie went a cont and the polish of his boots to digging up irregularities in de after a gang of cocaine paddlers than about the War he worked a amp a mental accounts who were Selling Snow to British among these men until he rounded although he has been in Many colonial troops quartered near Lon them All up. Scrapes be has always succeeded Don. Dressed As a dude officer who an expert in accounting Nicholls in getting out of them a thought More about the fit of his has recently been devoting himself by using his brains. Disguised he broke up activities of Quot show Quot of Powers to troops during War gust did until the steel Mill Foreman horsing the gang of which gust a a member ordered them to drop an Koo Pound girder they were carrying. When the men let go gust. Not understanding English very Well Hung on. The girder did no to drop. Took Bossy advice acting on the Foreman advice. Gust sought other Fields where his abnormal strength would prove More remunerative. Besets has a few rules to which he attributes his wonderful strength Quot Don t smoke or drink. Get plenty of sleep and fish air. Quot exercise daily lifting heavy weights. Quot eating heavily of meat is it substantial part of gusts diet a whole leg of Lamb is just a starter for him. A Rice prepared in the greek fashion boiled with pure water and sour milk is also a great body builder die says. As expert accountant investigated Many Irreg la Riti is in departmental accounts o a o a Lake is loosed on Grain Fields of California air Aine and Poison Gas gave Cotton crop Visalia cal., oct. frightened the Grain men last Spring and Early summer almost into fits when it overflowed or Hanks and flooded some Grain land Tulare Lake to Day is being turned purposely upon these same lands which Are thus receiving one of the most Bountiful flooding in years. The Lake at. The present rate will be dry within another month but the Waters therefrom pouring thru purposely Cut ditches Iii the levees almost As rapidly As the flood a tors last Spring poured into if,1 have already assured another bumper crop by getting the land ready tor the fall planting. 0 Cotton pests came int cd states from Mexico a 1 ago. Each year the an Litton destroyed has growl in South tis a whole i a third to two thirds alter each planting. Many efforts fail Dreel of various plans in body was stretched on the dirty floor. To doing any wrong Ion told that the girl was dead its horrified. He had known by some time. I he know any of her friends glue and varnish Are made from certain seaweeds

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