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assessed aerainst Mrs. A. Moserl
and Mme. Florencia A. T. Pow
ella for practicing medicine with
out license, sustained by Appel
James Murphy, 1467 W. Erie
st., and Blanche DeMuth, 19, 539
E. 46th St., arrestedat State and
Madison. Said to have jumped to
Milwaukee after Murphy desert
ed wife and three children.
5,000 Poles celebrated 50th an
niversary of last uprising of Pol
and against Russia. Much hilar
ity at Walsh's Hall, Milwaukee
av. and Noble st.
Mrs. Julia Corrigan, 65, 508 N.
Franklin st., killed by street car
at Townsend st. and Chicago av.
Edward Pelisous, 1421 W. 17th
St., wanted by police for disorder
ly conduct, cut his throat. County
Hospital. Will recover.
Miss K. Kelly, telephone oper
ator at City Hall Square Hotel,
saved panic when blaze was dis
covered in basement. 'Phoned
guests. $1,500 loss.
KISSES 50 CENTS PER
Hoboken,.N. J., Jan. 24. The
price of kisses in this city has
been fixed at 50 cents apiece. And
the man who had to pay thinks it
is too much.
In a "violet hour" of love Dr.
Ignaci Canglosi mailed 1,000
kisses to Miss Mary Pesiderio.
She sued for breach of promise.
The docter said the kisses came
from "the body, not the soul," and
that he never suggested marriage.
The jury decided the kisses
came from "the pen," and valued
them at 50 cents each, giving Miss
Desider jp $5Q0 damages.
CHUCKLES, THE CLOWN
"Here, what's this?" gasped
Chuckles, the clown, as he sud
denly came upon his rival flirting
with his best girl. "False maid,
111 pay you for this," hissed
And a little later on this sight
met the fair one's eyes. "Boo
hoo !" she sobbed. "Chuckles has
got another girl! Look at him,
with his arm around her !"
You ought to have heard
Chuckles chuckle after she went
away crying, for it was only a
guitar with a hat on he had been
cuddling up to. Bjit it taught the
fickle flirt a pretty good lesson at