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WAS THERE EVER SO STRANGE A FAMILY GROUP?
and every evening saw him kiss
them again as he returned from
"A polygamous union," ex
plain officers of the law who are
waiting for the grand jury to act
I before further attempts are made
Mrs. Morgan and her two young
Akron, O., Oct. 8. 'T have
made this a home of affection,"
said William C. Morgan, hospital
"Bill Morgan's harem!" ex
claim certain of the neighbors,
who often saw Morgan kissing
two women, one young, fair--haired
and pretty; the other gray
haired- and -worn by household
drudgery." Each morning they
saw him kiss the two good-bye,
to take from the three parents
the eight children who have lived
in this "home of affection."
The little worn woman is Mrs.
Morgan, the mother of six chil- '
dren, ranging from 5 to 17 years;
the younger and prettier woman
is Mary Thomas, the mother" of -two,
Buster, aged 3, and Thomas,