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FOSTER TO SEEK DIYORCE..THAT-
HE MAY MARRY BRADLEY GIRL
New York, Jan. 22.-Joel Foster,
millionaire joultryman, who eloped
to Mohile. AXa. with-sixteen-vear-old
Delilah Bradley, aild who is under in
dictment jbn a -charge of whfte'slav-
ery, arrived here determined to file
suit for divorce from his wife that he
may marry thejghi. 4 . -
He is confident .he will be able' to
gain his freedom .and is very fervent
in his. declaration that he loves Deli
lah more than- heever loved his wife
and nothingban separate them.
MeanwMe.Dellah was taken for
cibly from the- Windsor Hotel in
Philadelphia to her home in Pemberr-'j
ton, N. J., escorted by her angry
father and a detective, and carried
kicking and screaming ino the house
last night, while she shoilftjd at the
top of her voice thatishe. "loved Joel
and wanted him and the world to
know it."" . . '.
POLICE FATROL STREETS OF
6HIO CITY IN STRIKE
Girard, O., Jan. 22. The streets
are being patrolled bypolice who fear
another outbreak as a result of the
arrest of Mrs. Harry Gross, who is
charged with being the leader and. or
ganizer of a mob which " Tuesday
stoned officials of the A M. Byers. Go.
puddling mills as they were-escortirig'
strikebreakers to their homes. .
A six months' strike Has' beett on
at the puddling. .onills, huf rioting
broke out "fjor-the first time Tuesday
when strikebreakers were imp'drFed!'
Two other women were arrested.
in connection with .the not and.;the"
situation is serious, as the strikers,-
are angry over the arrests.
DUNNE TAKES A RAP AT KILENS
Go,v. Dunne last night administered
several hard verbal wallops to Rep.
Hubert JKiiens of Chicago, vhose
eleventh-hour, swatch lastyear block
ed the passage of the initiative and
. "I was. beaten In my fight for the
initiative and referendum by a maii
"who "betrayed his party and obliga
tions," said Gov. Dunne. When the
resolution had been adopted by the
Seriate and was before the House and
required votes 102 were secured.
"Whereupon one member, arid I regret
to fay he belonged to my own party,
had the shamelessness and temerity
to get up and, change."
Gov. Dunne's speech was delivered
before the Chicago Bar Association.
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HIGG1NS REPUDIATES HIS
i' ' C0NFESSION TO MURDER
Calesburg, III., Jan. 22. For the
first time since she confessed her
sharein the murder of her mother,
pretty, Julia Flake, 15, became:hyster
icalWhen. shewas told that her step-'
father, had' repudiated his confession
thafife kflle'd jtlrs. Robert Higgins to
hide his illicit relations with thegirl.
In alternate outbursts, she de
nounced Higgins as a tempter who
betrayed her,' and then declared
"But I love him even now. He
makes me. I can't help it.,r .
Higjjfnshas made a signed state
ment repudiating his confession and
intimating that compulsion was used.
State's Att'y1 Wilson scouts the idea
aiTd says that the confession was
free, and voluntary and made in the
presence of aJ number of witnesses.
HeCaeclares -Higgins, did nQt change
Jiattitude- until after his attorneys
iad'ol"d. him to stop talking.
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Y -'SPLIT PEA SOUR
YPut- one cup of split peas into
saucepan 'with three pints of cold,
water. Heat slowly. When boiling
point has been reached draw away
from hot fire, and allow to simmer
for one hour. Add one even teaspoon
of salt, one tablespoon of minced on
ion two tablespoons of minced car
rots 'or celery. Boil slowly .oe hour
longer. Press all tbroup coarse
sieve. Serve hot with s"iifs.v . of-fried