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thy horse dealer, 5432 Indiana
ave., sued Blanche L. Marshall,
23, for divorce in Circuit court.
Says she is entirely too fond of
L. A. BUSBY'S MARRIAGE
It has just been discovered that
Leonard A. Busby, president of
he Chicago City Railway Com
pany, married Miss Esther C.
Boardman, of California, six
This fs good news. Busby is 40
years old.' It was high time he
married. Busby says he is very
happy, and for this also we are
" But we wonder if it ever occurs
to Leonard A. Busby that there
are several thousand men in his
gmploy, many of whom are mar
ried But who wish they weren't
Decause they don't get enough
wages to live decently, and many
others of whom would like to get
married, but cannot because their
iWages are so low.
We wonder if Busby will ever
sit. down and try and figure out
Jiow he and his bride would get
along on a wage of $621 a year,
.which is the average wage of his
We wonder if Leonard A. Bus
by would have married Miss
Boardman if he had been getting
a wage like that instead of a few
thousands a year.
And we wonder if Miss Board
man would ha've given him the
chance if he had been getting a
measly $12 a week.
We wonder if Busby will think
jpver these things now that he is
so happy with his fair bride, and
consider granting the just de
mands of his employes.
JEALOUS; MURDERS DOG
Larry Leahy, 25 years old, 9106
Erie avenue, South Chicago, qual
ified todayas the prize jealous
man. Othello and other well
known gents are amateurs com
pared to Larry.
Larry was in love with Miss
Annie Mijler, 20, who lives 'at the
same address as Larry, and Annie
was not cold 'to his advances.
Everything" was lovely.
Then Miss Miller bought a dog
an insignificant black spaniel,
which bred, among other things,
discord, Larry became jealous.
He thought Annie loved the dog
more than she did him. Larry
Last night he sharpened a long
knife and hunted the dog. He
grabbed it by the throat, there
was a,stroke of the knife,' and Lar
ry's rival was out oi the way with
his throat cut-"
The"ApnTe had Larry arrest
ed. He was fined $25 and costs
by Judge Trurnbaugh this morn-
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OUR' PRECISE ARTIST.
He was tongue-tied. i
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