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Cora Andefsbn as Ralph Kerwinieo.
rel "Ralph" left home and started
boarding at another place
Afterward in one, of "his" visits to
a dance hall "he" met Dorothy Klen
owski, very pretty and very blonde.
"It was love at first sight on my
part," says Dorothy, "and we became
engaged. I grew tired of .the life at
home and told 'Ralph' he must marry
me at once or it was all off . He went
out and procured the certificate re
quirecTby. the eugenic law and we
were manned by Edward J. Burke,
justice of the peace.
"I did not know until just before
'Ralph was- arrested that he was not
a man. and it almost broke my heart,
but I determined to stand by 'him'
and be 'his' chum if I couldn't be his
"Miss Marie White told my em
ployer my secret in revenge for my
Cora Anderson in Real Life.
leaving the house," sa(id "Ralph,"
"but my emplbyer was game and
never1 gave the story away for two
months not until Miss White, find
ing my employer was not going to do
anything, tipped it off to the police.
"But no one can find hat I have
done anything wrong''
NEW DEAL FOR "DRY" TOWN
Bloomington, ill., IVTay 13. Inves
tigation following the death of Harry
Mann, a cigarmaker, at the end of
a four-days' debauch, disclosed the
fact that smce Bloomington went
"dry," last wee"k, seventy-five "tem
perance brew'' dispensaries have
been opened here The city former
ly had 130 saloons
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Paul White, 7253 Harvard av., bit
ten by dog. Animal shot by police.