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- KICK-KISS COSTS $200.
Peter: Wales, 29, a marble cut
ter, residing -at 560 W, 18th 'pi.,
came home from work" last even
ing violently in love'with his wife,
Annie. He was so violent that -he
used Annie for -a football and
booted her all over the house.
Annie was hurt, deeply hurt, to"
the extenfof two bruised legs and
the same number of arms and
eyes, that Peter should thus show
his love. She didn't think much
of the cave-man idea of wooing.
Annie called in Detectives Kline
and Grace. They arrested Peter.
This morning before Judge
Scully in Maxwell- street court
Peter told a plaintive, story. Was
he kicking his wife? Not any. He
just wanted to kiss her. And she
had the marble heart.
"You're a marble worker," said
the judge. "A marble heart
should have been easy for you to
"Fix!" shrieked Mrs. Wales.
"Fix! Your honor, he fixed me
plenty. And I'm getting 'sore' at
Judge Scully opined that Mrs.
Wales had a right to get "sore'
especially around the knees and
arms. Then he sent Peter out to
the Bridewell on a fine of $200;
and costs because he was too loW
ing. - '1
Out at the BridewelbPeter will
have plenty of sympathy. Even
the cells are in tiers, and of course?
Peter Wales. (Judge. Scully dife
not say this.) j
Washington, Senate passed'
House bill amending campaign?
publicity "measure of 1910 and
1911. Measure requires that all
statements be sworn to. 3
Erie, Pa. Body of Frank E:
Lvttle, who disappeared lasfe
Tuesday, recovered from bay
here, llyttle had been acting
queer for weeks, b
Washington. 474 American!
marines stationed at legation irZ
Managua have forced Nicaraguan
rebels to retreat.
New York. Flora Zabelle, act
ress, will sue Raymond Hitchcockr
for divorce, s
Flora said that 7 years was
limit pf theatrical marriages, but
that it should be 7 months. i '
Washington. House refused
to agree to Senate amendment to
naval appropriation, providing;
for 2 new battleships. J
WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY ;r
William .. Currier, traveling
salesman, found Unconscious in
room at 1340 Washington blvd.
Gas. Revived by pulmotor.
Richard Foster, 27 N. Curtis
- and John May, 224 N, Sliza-
i st., arrested driving wagon
. :aining,$5DQ. worth of stolen
. 0s and bed covering.
Carl Heyton knocked down by
Wells Fargo Express "wagon at S
Clark and Polk sts. St. Luk's hos-:
pital. i ;
Since the drowning of Marie
Doniat off Devon av, north shore?
residents seek to abolish the
"death pier,." which Jies between.
Gordon terrace and Buena av