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FIRST LOVE LETTER IN BREACH
OF PROMISE SUIT IS OUT
The first love letter, one among
fifty, to be disclosed in the $50,000
breach of promise suit filed by Nellie
Richards against Henry Fry of St.
Paul was made public yesterday.
The text of the "exhibit" follows:
"St PauL June 12, Friday Not Sep
tember Morn. My Little Wife-to-Be
(not maybe) :
"Gee, honey, but your 'old man'
has been one lonesome fellow; just
can't make myself think that I have
been away from you only a few days.
I just say to myself over and over,
'Hurry on, time, I want my Nell.'
"Gee, sweetheart, but life and the
world seem to have taken on a dif
ferent aspect since I have asked for
and got you. Doesn't it all seem won
derful, dear, now?
"Fondest regards to mother and
all. Will write very soon again. Your
good old man. Henry."
TANGO MAY COME BACK INTO
CAFES UP TO COUNCIL
Tangoing in the cafes may again
come into vogue if a proposition
modifying the new ordinance barring
dancing in eating places goes
through the council.
It is suggested that the mayor have
special powers to grant a license to
permit the dance in those cafes which
are safe as a dancing floor and rec
ommended by the building inspectors.
Aid. Krause asked that a written
explanation be demanded by the
building and health departments,
when an alderman asks for a permit
to allow a violation of the safety
codes. Rotten aldermen are grafting,
The mayor appointed a committee
of nine to attend the conference df
mayors at Philadelphia Nov. 12. He
The mayor asked the streets and
alleys committee to consider a pro
position for the widening of W. "Ran
dolph St., from Sangamon to Union
Park. Market overcrowded.
Vi 'SntoEJ. Mv
Jackson and Johnson are not now
on speaking terms. It all arose as the
result of an argument which requir
ed some mental calculation.
"I tell you," said Jackson, "that
you are altogether wrong in your
"Pardon me, but I am not," replied
"Didn't I go to school, stupid?"
almost roared his opponent.
"Yes," was the calm reply, "and
you came back stupid."
A simple dessert may be made as
follows: Beat the whites of four eggs
to a stiff froth, add four tablespoons
of powdered sugar and beat until dry.
Grate two large, tart apples into the
egg mixture, a little at a time, bqat-
ing all the time. Have a large dish
partly filled with plain cream; drop
the apple and egg mixture by the
tablespoonful over the surface of the
cream and dot with candied cherries,