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ihc purchasing power of their in
come. I'm going to tell them and
explain to them how it was done,
and then the people can act"
GOULD'S LOVE AFFAIRS
New York, Sept. 17. The ad
ventures in love of Harold Win
throp Gould, wealthy woolen
merchant of Brooklyn, are multi
Gould recently married Mrs.
Sophy Seisinger, daughter, of
James P. McQuaide, the Pitts
burgh Steel millionaire.
The iiext day Mary McGourn
a trained nurse, killed herself,
leaving annate, that she had don,e
so because Gould had not kept his
promise tomarry her.
Now Miss Merlybie E.JLeon
ard steps to fhe front and, de
mands $50,Q00 because Gould Ms
been trifling(wjth her affections.
Miss Leonard, is' secretary to a,
New York, .business man, She
won't Jialk about her breach of
promise suit, "but her attqrrtey
says "he "will produce a whole tot
of fmost interesting letters" at
FIGHT OVER EPITAPH
Appleton, Wis.) Sept. 17 A
strange lawsuit is soon to be
' heard here.
Recently, Laura Freeman, 8
years old, was accidentally shot
and killed by Guy and Jacob
Scott, small sonsof George Scott,
who were quarreling over the,
possession of a shotgun.
The little girl's parents had a
grave stone erected in the ceme
Jery at Martin near here, the in
scrip tion on which read?
"Laura lies in this grave and lotj
"She was shot by Guy and JaMe
George Scott, father of the two
boys, is going to bring suit to,
force the parents to remove the'
inscription. There probably will
be a bitter legal fight.
FETE BECOMES "REQUIEM ,
Muskegon, Mich., Sept. 17.
High requiem mas stook the place j
of a social in the St. Joseph's Ger-
man'Gatholic church today.
" The mass was held over the
hodies of. Mrs. Ulrich Reigle"rr5
Mrs. Albertine Witt and Mrs-i
Adolphus Turneck, killed whjle ?
collecting provisions for the so- ,
cial. - -,
The women tried to cross the
railroad tracksan front of a fast s
Grand Rapids & Indiana passen-
ger train: 'They were killed al-i
THE BLOOD LUST
Hartford City, Ind., Sept 17.
Ifa Hunt, aviator, hasn't much of
an opinion of this city.
, Hunt was to make a flight yes
terday. ' Weather conditions were
very bad, and flying would have
been dangerous. Hunt refused to
Seyeral hundred persons had
paid a dime apiece to see him fly,
and when he refused they mobbed
him. Hunt drew a revolver and
held them off. Hunt's mechan
ician, Henry Bidde, was beaten
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