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eugenic husband in the grand old
state of Massachusetts, too. There's
nothing to this eugenic business."
"What happened?" demanded a re
"Look at my eye!" demanded said
"Did SHE do it?" asked the re
porter. "No; SHE didn't, but some gink
that could eugenic better than I
could did! If ever I lay my hands on
him, I'll do to him what the Bulgars
have been doin' to the, Greeks. Look
at my eye!"
"I see your eye," said the reporter,
indignantly. "What I want to know
is how it happened."
"Well, you know we were married
a month ago, just one month, four
weeks, twenty-eight days. And she
was eugenic, and I was eugenic. If
you don't believe it, come into the
parlor an' I'll show you the physi
cians' certificates we ponied up be
fore lettin' the preacher do the 'until
death do you part' curse over us. And
now look at my eye!
"Well, I came home last night. It
was about 10 o'clock. It was dark
outside. My house was dark. I
opened the door. I heard a noise. A
chair was overturned. Then the
man came, and look at my eye!"
"And the man came " said the re
porter. "Yes, and he was about six foot,
six inches tall, and proportionately
broad. He was a giant. He must
have weighed three hundred. I'll bet
he could lick Jack Johnson. Look at
"What did the man do?" the re
"Hit me," said Perron. "Look at
my eye! I rolled all the way down
stairs. Then he went away."
"But what happened to your
"That's the one consolation I got,"
said the eugenic husband. "He took
her with him, so he'll suffer for what
he did to me. Serve him right, too.
Look at my eye!" J
"Do you still love your wife?"
asked the reporter. ;
"Look at my eye!" said Perron.
"And take it from me these here eu-
genie marriages are nix."
Twenty indictments were returned ,
against nine men by the grand jury
for operating handbooks. Al Slosser, .
800 W. Madison st, and "One" Ev-.
ans, 6300 S. Halsted, each indicted on "
three counts. .:
Police believe young woman found',
shot to death on lake shore between ;
Lunt and Greenleaf avs., Rogers
Park, was Miss Alice Lees of Elmo,:
Wis. Known to have brother Andrew,
and letter found near her body was
addressed to "Dear Andrew" and.
signed "Alice." r
Philip Henney, 4754 Beacon st.,
held up and robbed of $17 at Lau
rence and Magnolia avs. Robbers did '
not take his watch or gold cigarette
Andrew Ancferson found dead early 1
today, with throat cut, in rooming
house he conducted at 1657 W. Madi
son St.; razor beside his body. Be
lieved to have been despondent overj
Woman and man injured when
taxicab bearing name of J. Clem--mons
crashed into street car at
Wabash and" Harrison, ripping open.;
side of car and demolishing auto.
Driver fled and escaped pursuing po-
liceman. When latter returned occur-'
pants of auto had limped away. Ma-:
chine said to have been going 45
miles an hour.
Fire in lamp house of Morris & Co., -43d
and Bishop sts., did $500 damage.
Alarm was sent in from box No. 2,
162, which called Chief Horan and
21 subordinates to death In the big
stockyards fire, Dec. 22, 1910.
Michael Spaniel, 1216 W. Harrison
St., and Samuel Friedman, 3432 W.
Harrison st, beaten and robbed by '
hold-ups on platform of 12th st sta
tion of eMrtopolitan "L" early today, " .