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WORLD'S BIGGEST &RCOS TENT
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Biggest Stretch of Canvas In the World, Owned by Ringling Bros., 580 Feet
Long, 280 Feet Wide. Picture Shows It On Ground, Ready To Be Lifted Up.
WOMAN TIRES OF STRUGGLE
WANTS HUSBAND'S SUPPORT
A woman, who has worked hard to
'support herself and ehr consumptive
daughter since her husband deserted
her two weeks after the child's birth
ten years ago, has finally tired of the
struggle and has made charges
against her husband in the Court of
The woman is the wife of William
Harrington, son of the late Stephan
Harrington, Highland Park million
aire who died recently.
Mrs. Harrington said yesterday:
"I know William doesn't want me
and doesn't care for me. I hate to
have to come to him and I "wouldn't
if-1 could work any longer.
"But I've given out. I've worked
all I can and Faith that's my little
daughter is dying. She "has con
sumption.' I couldn't afford medical
aid when she was first taben sick,- so
she's wasted away.
"It was ten years ago urRochester,
Ta., that- my husband' left me. ' He,
went away without saying a1 word,
and the only" way I kept in touch with
him was through his father. He has
never to this day given me any
money, and" everything I have, I have
When tie elder Harrington died he
left no -will and the son and his step
mother are now in a court fight
The handkerchief linens are so
smart and fresh-looking they deserve
the popularity which is being given
It is gladsome news to all the wom
en that there Is a washable taffeta on
the market which lives up to its name.
It will surely be one of the most pop
ular summer fabrics.
A real novelty in veils halls from
Paris. It is a horse-hair veil. White'
made of hair of the same variety as
the coverings of the Victoria sofa, it
is tuit lacy and open. This veil must
fall to the"nose anJ-no further. It is
supposed to deepen the color ot the
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