Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Allen Gets Ten Years In Pen At Hard Labor

"But a few months ago, Dr. Allen, healer, clairvoyant and practiser of many strange and mystic arts, was a free man, cunning, bold and full of confidence that he could evade the penalties of evil doing. He even boasted of his escapades in the past and freely avowed that he could go even farther in the defiance of the law and remain unscathed. "The mills of the gods grind slowly, but they grind exceedingly small," and Dr. Allen finally came between the stones that left him a broken man." from "Allen Gets Ten Years In Pen At Hard Labor," The La Crosse Tribune (November 16, 1912).

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