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'day we were sick and broken-h'eart-ed."
All of the women writhed at their
inability to tell all that happened.
Five miles out from Ludlow, they
said, one woman hi an escaping party
gave birth to a child on an open
plain no house in sight. In some
way, through the chaos and clamor
of the night, the child was saved and
is alive. No trac eof the mother has
been heard of.
ARMY LIEUTENANT ARRESTED
FOR WIFE ABANDONMENT
A story of an army lieutenant, so
cially ambitious, and his wife, who
toiled morning till night for him, but
whom he declared hindered his ca
reer, was told in the Court of Domes
tic Relations today.
The story was the isome old one.
They were happy once when he had
neither rank nor money. Bnt then
the U. S. army made him a lieutenant
and he was carried away by his suc
cess. The man was Lieut. Emmett R.
Harris. Last Thursday he left for
their home at 1231 Jarvis street He
didn't Teturn. She had him arrested
fat Wife abandonment.
In court she declared he had struck
her. She then told of the dofnestic
failure that followed his army suc
cess. The judge continued the case
for two weeks. The lieutenant said
he wanted to let "bygones be by
gones." oo -
STORY MAY "QUEER" BONDSMAN
The story told by Nicholas So
crates, 21, a young Greek, to Judge
McKinley yesterday of how he paid
$225 to a bondsman and then laid in
jail bids fair to lead to some sensa
Socrates made a statement that in
volved J. J. Risdon, an, attorney, and
Wm. W. Qongdon, a professional
He said that he paid out $225 in
lawyer's and bondsman's fees but
tad gotten no results. Judge McKin
ley then ordered 'the,boy to tell his
story to the grand jury.
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NORTH DAKOTA WOMEN WILL
ASK RIGHT TO VOTE IN FALL
North Dakota women will submit
their petition for suffrage to voters
All organizations, churches, clubs,
colleges, etc, are uniting m the move
ment to secure the ballot.
One of the most energetic workers
in the campaign, which is now in full
swing, is Mrs. Elizabeth Preston An
derson of Valley City, N. D.
"Who is that on the bench with
"That is the judicial surgeon. Be
tween them they decide whether a
man needs an operation on his head
or six months in jail." St. Paul Diss
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