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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 27, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 9

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MNO CHANCE!" SAYS WIFE OFT GIRL'S PLEASURE TRIP STARTS
HUBBY WHO WOULD RE-WED
Mrs. Frankie Felts,
Oakland, Cal. George E. Felts
self-proclaimed "perfect husband"
who wants to re-wed the woman he
divorced some years ago, has had his
carefully adjusted halo knocked galley-west.
The former Mrs. Felts did the
knocking.
She says that the martyred airs as
sumed by his divorced spouse are all
pose, without foundation, and that in
stead of having tired of him because
he was "too tame, too good and too
kind," as he declared in court, she
found him just plain brute."
That he was stingy, wanted her to
go out to work, and refused to buy
clothes for her are allegations in the
characterization of Felts, a contract
or, by Mrs. Frankie Felts.
"No man can be too good for a
woman," she asserts, "and he certain
ly was not too good to me, as he
claimed. I left him because he was
just the reverse a brute. Little
chance he has of. marrying me
SEARCH
Charlotte Phipps, who, by an inno
cent vacation trip, set in motion re
cently the machinery of the police
departments of every big city in. the
country. Miss Phipps left San Fran
cisco for a short vacation trip to one
of the Pacific coast pleasure resorts
without notifying any of her friends
of her intentions, thereby surround
ing her disappearance with an ele
ment of mystery that was most baf
fling. Albert Ruff, her fiance, imme
diately jumped to the conclusion that
she had been kidnaped by a former
suitor and perhaps married by him,
much against the wish of the girl.
The white slave bureau of the police
department immediately instituted a
nation-wide search which finally lo
cated Miss Phipps at Santa Cruz, CaL
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