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of an executive which has attracted
the attention of the entire world.
On two persons, a woman and a
man, Sulzer's fate seems to depend.
His wife, whom Sulzer'a friends claim
is really responsible-for his' present
difficulty, and Edgar M.TJullen, chief
judge of the Court of Appeals, who
will preside over the trial, and whose
opinion will have powerful influence
on the court.
Mrs. Sulzer has claimed that she
alone is responsible for the stock
speculation, and if she tells her story
before the impeachment court, she
will lend an intensely human touch to
a proceeding about which there is
still much mystery. She will prob
ably be able to clear up the inside
truth of the allegation, made by
friends of Sulzer, that the specula
tion deal was in reality a Tammany
trap, baited by Boss Charles Francis
Murphy himself and was designed to
give him a stranglehold on the state's
executive whereby he could force him
to work his will.
SAWED-OFF GUN IS A FEATURE
IN THREE SHOOTINGS
Three shootings occurred in Little
Italy on the North Side last night.
And one of the victims was a slip
of a girl-wife, Mrs. Frank Aleo, 19,
who was married only three weeks
Mrs. Aleo was walking with her
young husband. It was the three
weeks' anniversary of their wedding.
Near Oak street, a man stepped sud
denly from an alley way.
He placed a sawed-off shotgun
against the girl's back and fired. She
fell to the ground. The man escaped.
The girl was taken to the Passavant
Hospital. She is in a grave condition.
The Aleo couple lived at 1118 Hud
A short time later, two Italians,
with sawed-off shotguns, entered the
store of Domenico Faba, 829 Milton
Tony Costentato, an employe of
Faba's, was alone. The mea fired
three shots at him. They missed but
set fire to the place. It was extin
guished with small damage. The men
shouted as they ran out:
"Now we're even, you Blackhand
ers." The sawed-off shotgun men also
fired three shots at Samuel Eisenberg
and his wife as they stood in their
grocery 'store, 817 Milton avenue.
Again they missed.
LOW-HEELED SHOES A MENACE
TO HEALTH SAY DOCTORS
Denver, Colo., Sept. 18. Women
who have prided themselves on their
good sense in wearing low-heeled
shoes will be shocked to find that
doctors are of the opinion that low
heels are a serious menace to' the
"If women persist in wearing low
heeled shoes we will have a race of
women with broken arches," Re
tired Surgeon-General Adams of Illi
nois,' declared. "A sudden return to
low-heeled shoes after using the oth
er thing for centuries will ruin the
feet of every woman in the country.
After they have worn high heels and
had their bodies thrown into a for
ward position, the weight of the body
resting on the ball of the foot to
gome suddenly to a normal position
is too great a strain."
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