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of the Orient, but the plot of it all
comes 'from the West the new wo
man. Hadji has learned that orien
tal though she Is, she is no longer a
slave. She works in a pearl factory
that has recently been started in
Damascus, and she had gained in
dependence. She would no longer
support her lout of a husband in idle-
ness. When he had finished his speech
to the Kadi, she stepped forward and
"O Hadji," murmured the J veil
covered hps, "I stand repudiated. He
says he says that he would be free
of me forever. I bear witness, I bear
witness, that his word is my wish in
INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Anti-Hearst Trade Union League
will meet at Ruud Hall, Wabansia and
Washtenaw av., Jam 23, 8 p. m.
First of the municipal "cost" price
stores to be opened tomorrow at 5046
S. Halsted st.
Mrs. Mabel Johnson, 847 E. 64th
St., suicided. Gun.
route to be operated m Chicago.
Fare 50 cents a mile.
Electrification of railroads would
take five years. Experts want more
time from aldermen ontermlnatplan.
Major Fuhkhouser loses three as
sistant inspectors. Lack of funds the
Four men,, one Jerry O'Coriner, an
escaped convict, picked up. in two
raids. Suspects-believed to have
robbed a score of persons.
Mrs. Chas. Yule, Templeton, Wis.,
tried to jump from ninth-story win
dow of Brevort Hotel because hubby
wouldn't come home.
Judith Klausner, reported missing,
claims she left relatives" to escape be
Edward Maloney, 1202 M. State st.,
shot by hold-up men. May die.
George Walter Barnes sentenced to
14 years in penitentiary for murder
of Mrs. Mary B. Servoss".
James McKee, arrested for taking
bag of c3al from Pennsylvania Rail
road, paroled. Out of work and has
10 children to keep warm.
Fred Schaeffer, Highland Park, re
funded $1,000 excess fees received
while acting as town collector.
Mrs. E. Smith, 4840 N. edzie av.,
struck by auto. Slightly injured.
Dr. Anthony Krygowski, 2854 N.
Racine av., fined $25 'for faling to
Argo, Borland-Cranis and Broc
electric vehicle companies consol
idated under name of American Elec
tric Car Co. Capital $1,500,000.
Mysterious "J. C. R." still unidenti
fied. Peter Bartzen, county commission
'er, sued by William J.. Burns Detec
tive, Agency for $1,000. Firm claim
work has nothing to do with politics.
Mrs. Mary De Vliegez, 5004 Drexel
Policemav Mangan saved 3-year-old
daughted of Mrs. James Dannen
berg from burning building, 1365 Mil
waukee av. Damage to building
John Skolaski stopped by two rob
bers. Louis Cohen grabbed them
from behind and took them to police
Basement of C. M. Miller, 6203 In
gleside av., raided. Case of eggs
James Franklin held for grand
jury. Alleged to have passed worth
less check for $1,000.
Edgar T. Davies, former state fac
tory Inspector,, returned property be-'
longing, to state. Suit dropped',)
Mre. Leoa Benerowicz, Kenosha,
exonerated. Killed John Hinz when.
he tried to enter bedroom..
Health Commissioner Young filed
100" more suits against car companies
for cold cars.
Judge Mahoney refused to issue
warrant for arrest of Kozinerg Royk,
1429 W. 45th st Saloonkeeper who