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"Queenie,"" and should be given to
"Evidently there were two dogs,"
decided the court. "This isra case of
mistaken identity. The same animal
couldn't have -been 'Major' and
'Queenie,' and Mrs. Gunske wins."
, "You just bet we'll keep her now,"
declared Mrs. Gunske, as she left the
"I hope they'll be good to him,"
was Mrs. Lankford's parting shot.
ZION CITY IS A MIGHTY FINE
PLACE TO STAY AWAY FROM
Zion City, III., Feb. 11. When the
gadding resident of Zion City is met
at the station by his wife, he will
shake her hand and murmur a pohte
greeting, or he may simply raise his
hat. Should he take her in his arms
and kiss her into jail he goes, under
the provisions of the new moral
deadline" ordinance passed by the
The ordinance makes it unlawful
for any person to "sit on-the knee or
lap of a person of the opposite sex or
to embrace one another in a public
place or within public view."
Also, and still further, the or
dinance hits at the "peek-a-boo
peril" by barring the lacy shirt waist
cut low at the neck and. with short
sleeves. And open work stockings
It is unlawful for a woman to ride
on a tandem bicycle, and it is forbid
den that she ride astride a horse. It
is also unlawful for a resident of the
male sex to invite one of the opposite
sex to go riding with him, if a loud
boisterous tone is employed.
Women's bathing suits are regulat
ed. Skirts must be ankle length.
Men must wear knee length skirts.
All infractions punishable by fines
TO CELEBRAELINCOLN DAY
The clubs at Stanford Park will
celebrate Lincoln's birthday as fol
lows: Thursday afternoon. Feb. 12,
at 3:30 p. m. the children's clubs will i
hold their celebration at Assembly
Hall, West 14th place and Union ave
nue. At $ p. m. the Social and Ath
letic .Club will give its celebration and
Feb. 13, 8 p. m. the Maxwell Settle
ment will celebrate Lincoln birthday.
MOVIE INTERESTS OPEN WAR ON
The first shot in the war of the
motion picture interests on Major
Funkhouser was fired yesterday
when the Amusement Protective
League passed a resolution accusing
the second deputy of misusing his
The resolution declared that Funk
houser prejudged pictures and de
clared he did not consider the moral
lesson which might be taught.
"We are not opposed to censor
ship," said President Joseph Hopp
of the league. "We are opposed to
indecent pictures, but we want a
sane, temperate and intelligent cen
sorship. We do not like to have our
pictures destroyed, mutilated or con
fiscated without a fair trial."
Mrs. Muggins My Husband is full
of good intentions.
Mrs. Buggms So is mine, but the
trouble is they are too good to be