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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 09, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 32',
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FATHER-JN-LAW RUNS AWAY
WITH 20-YEAR-OLD BRIDE
New York, Jan. 9. Henry Jack
son Wood added a touch of gayety
to his son5s wedding two" years ago
by running away with the 20-year-old
bride, his daughter-in-law, before
all the guests had departed, accord
ing to testimony given by his wife
Dr. Franklin D. Wood, young hos
pital interne, and the son, is suing his
wife, Lelia, fpr divorce. His mother
testified that Wood, Sr., and the
daughter-in-law lived together as
man and wife in a bungalow at 2228
Milwaukee av., Chicago, and that
they now live in the Portland hotel,
Mrs. Wood, St, tlfied that she
paid an unexpected JR to the Chi
cago bungalow several weeks ago
and upon entering saw her husband
and her daughter-in-law make hasty
exit from the same bed. Justice Go
halan reserved decision.
WILSON ON NEWSPAPERS
In one part of his speech at Indi
anapolis last night President Wilson
took a fall out of trust newspaper
bosses, who try to make "monkey-on-the-string"
out od officeholders.
"With all due respect to editors of
great newspapers, I have to say to
them that I never take my opinion of
the American people from their edi
torials. So that when some great
dailies not far from where I am tem
porarily residing thundered with ris
ing scorn at watchful waiting, Wood
row sat back in his chair and chuck
led, knowing that he laughs best who
laughs last; knowing, in short, what
were the temper and principles of the
American people. If I did not at least
think I knew I would emigrate, be
cause I would not be satisfied to stay
where I am."
"Western railroads would have
520,000,000 yearly surplus if they
granted demands of employes."
W. J. Lauck, statistician.
Six out of twelve jurymen called
in trial of $1,000 suit against Df.
G. H. Mundt 6300 S. Halsted, ex
cased. Had been hurt by autos.
Coach of crowded Wilson av. ex
press left track at Lake and 5th av.
during rusik hours today. ;rraffic.
stopped for hah hour. ""
Frank Casse, held by -federaflfy
thorities under Mann act released?
Rearrested on complaint of husband
of Mrs. Esther Deagan of St. Paul,
CHICAGO GRAIN. Corn, wheat
and oats down.- Provisions inactive
NEW YORK SJTOCKS. Market
dull and featureless." Not affected by
failure of Stringer & Co.
Adenoids consist of lymphoid tis
sue forming a third tonsil and are sit
uated behind the soft palate, in what
is called the naso-pharynx. It is a
perfectly normal structure until it
becomes overgrown or infected.
Adenoids more or less completely
close the passage between the nose
and throat and in this way produce
the condition known as "mouth
breathing." Ten per cent of school
children are affected with obstructed
If the lower teeth cut considera
bly inside the upper teeth and if the
upper teeth are prominent, watch
Fair tonight probably followed by
increasing cloudiness Sunday; slow
ly rising temperature; lowest tonight
about 20 degrees; moderate southerly
winds. Temperature Friday: High-
est 26; lowest 18.
Entered as second-class matter April
21, 1914, at the postoffice at Chicago,
III., under the Act of March 3, 189. .
By Mail, Except inXhicago, $3 a Year;
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