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on the street, and it was considered
The regular edition of the Exam
iner appeared as usual, carrying the
regular advertising and competing
with the special edition.
In many instances when people
pulled out money to buy from the
few women who were selling, they
put their money back in their pock
ets when they saw it was the Exam
iner. .Local sales were very small. Many
of the most prominent and active
suffragists in Chicago had nothing
to do with the edition, and wrote
nothing for, it.
While it was a frost, the special
edition of the Examiner is not held
entirely responsible for the sudden
drop in the temperature after the in
tense heat of Saturday.
IF THE ICE MANLIKES YOU YOU
MAY GET ICE
Madison, Wis., Aug. 11. The ice
man need not place ice in your back
yard if the ice company doesn't like
your looks or politics. This was the
gist of a ruling here by Attorney
General Owen. It was shown that a
certain ice company in Wisconsin re
fused to deliver ice to a consumer
because said consumer had previous
ly complained to the city sealer that
the ice company habitually sold un
der weight. Then the ice company
boycotted the consumer and is still
ANNA HELD SAILS
London, Aug. 11. With her eyes
misbehaving as badly as ever, Anna
Held, who has been appearing here
in a London music hall wearing a
pair of diamond-studded stockings,
sailed for New York. The actress
didn't wear either a split skirt nor a
transparent gown when she tripped
toward the steamer, so the ship news
reporters had to ask her if she wore
the diamond stockings. "There's no
safer place to carry them, that I
know of," she replied smilingly.
SEVEN PERSONS THE TOLL OF
AUTO ACCIDENTS SUNDAY
Seven persons were killed yester
day and a score of others injured as
a result of automobile accidents.
At Wyandotte, Michigan, Louis E.
Beilstein, ex-general manager To
ledo Rail Light Co., his chauffeur,
and James P. Ross, Cleveland, were
killed, and John C. Collins, Jackson,
Mich., vice-president Michigan Union
Railroad, was fatally injured when
touring car went into ditch.
Henry D. Rogers, Atlantic City
broker, was killed in collision be
tween auto and motor truck near
Manahawkin, N. J.
Miss Lucille Freyberger, Goshen,
Ind., killed, Miss Gladys Arnold, Mil
ford, fatally injured when train
Q. P. Davis, Alba, Ala., pinned un
der auto and burned to death near
Orville Legg. Kankakee, HI., killed
when machine he gave wife for birth
day present skidded and turned over.
Oldwed Do you and your wife
Newwed No, we live in a flat and
there is no room for arguments.