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just such a story as I was com
pelled to tell my parent 22 years
ago. "Butjthe frightful hprrbr of
ir carrie fully home to me when
sheldid me wlio was responsible
fpr her .condition.
- ''John,' she said."
"I tpld them to marry, hoping;
hatXmighrkeep the secret.They
' 'were.ma'rried. But not an hour
i'has passed since tlien that I have
nut uowcu unuer a great weignt
of? sorrow. I have continually
prayed God to forgive us all and
point the way out."
After tlie divorce-was granted
the father of the babies, to whom
he is also uncle, embraced the
little oneskissed the vpman, the
daughter of his own mother, and
who had been his wife and
plunged into voluntary exile. He
will support the young mother
ana nis cnnarenj iney win uvc
with the parents of the divorced
husband, but he will' not see
CHICAGO tQING& BRIEFLY TOLD
Fire' "gutted plant of Heinz
Pickle Co., J816 S. dark. Fire-
manr James HerbisonTruck Co.Jwagon struck by car.
No. 4, probably fatally hurt. Ex
plosion blew firemen, on ladder to
street. Several adjoining build-
inp-s.flamp swent T,nss estimated 1 versanv.
1 Carl Burscb,e,qne of the men
who escaped from the bridewell
yesterday, recaptured at N, Kim
ball and Armitage ayes.
Mad bulldog terrorised pupils
of Sacred Heart Parochial school,
W. Jgth and John'spn streets.
Nolne of, the chijdren were bitteri.
r Miss Josephine Schell, 1234 S.
EaTiIijia, jumped 'from third--sfory
window and killed herself.
Thought to have been delirious
from pain of kerosene, wjiich
she; ruphed'onmeck to relieve
jhheljarnal Eryeis,. 1733 S.
State,' -found cutarfd bruised at
Halsted and Graqe streets, Al
leged, car -crew wanljed to take
him to West Side hopijal to
cover up accident. Police search
ing foe creW. Erveis was driving
A5iayortiamson's ofhee" was
banked with flowers today in
honor of his 52d birthday anni-
Roger Sullivan should have
kicked in with some forget-me-nots.
It's a cinch Judge Owens
wont get a "chance to forget
Roger. v l y i
Bakery wagon drivers refused
their demand for $1.50 week
wage increase. Employers offer
ed to renew present agreement.
Meeting of union called for Sat
urday toconsider strike.
!flpxsMatildavADle, 733 Drake
ave accused of throwing acid,
gnu mrs. rvnee unDert, rox
i X)nke ave., arrested as accessory,
in attack on Mfs. Susap Ditner,
4611 Indiana ave. Mrs. DitneV
hadfrecefved anonymous threats.
Bad feeling between the women.
Mrs. Katharine Perino, 2718
Nl Kimball aVe threw -water on
two of herh!fidighbors. Paid