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tMnga have a more serious signifi
cance to him, and his responsibilities
show in his playing.
"The disadvantage is with the wife.
She is compelled to be much alone,
while the team is away. We can
not carry our wives with us, and of
course there is some heartaches to
which the unattached player is not
"The older married men tell me you
get over that, however," he added
with a grin, "and I suppose that is j
the way of marriage. It is a settling
down to steady paces."
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DOCTOR HELD ON ILLEGAL -OPERATION
A secret tip to the coroner resulted
in the arrest of Dr. C. A. Enckson of 1
6559 S. Green st, charged with per-j
forming an illegal operation on Miss
Margaret Jennickes, 264 W. 24th st., i
Which resulted in her death. i
Mourners over the girl's bodjr were
surprised by a visit from Corbjier's
Physician Springer. He performed
an autopsy and changed the deajii re
port from dilation of the heart to
Erickson when arrested denied he i
had performed the operation. An In
quest will be held Jan. 20.
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LETTER SENDER USES CLEVER
WAY TO TELL ABOUT WAR
Louisville, Ky., Jan. 16. A mes-'
sage hidden under the postage stamp r
of a letter received here from Berlin,
thus escaping the German censor,
was believed today to tell some
thing of economic conditions in Ger-,
many. It read: "We are starving in
Berlin." Contents of the letter urged
the recipient to remove the stamp for
a collection. The. suggestion was f ol- s
lowed with the above result
SHIELDS NOT AGENT
Roy Shields, who was arrested for
gun play in a Madison st. saloon a
few days ago, is not, as has been
stated, a business agent of the Paint
ers' union. He is merely a onember
of the organization.
Painters' union. Local 194, will
hold special meeting Wednesday
evening, Jan. 20. at 1600 W. Division
st. Arthur M. Lewis will speak.
The best that the International
Peace Forum could do was to pray
congress to call a conference at the
end of the war. And this is about
as well aa anybqdy can do.