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WVrt4, Tfcat was on May 2, 1907, 1
very shortly after the divorce.
The marriage which bal lopked so
full of golden possibility-soon went on
the rocks. Although the couple lived
together for some time and were in
fact remarried in Chicago, on Sept.
27, 1912, and Mrs. Lebmann gave
birth to a baby girl, Casse Virginia
Lelimann, now nearly 5 years old,
stsrm cjouds were sighted over their
Although the mighty Lehmann
family took paina tft cover the trou
ble up, and the trust newspapers be
came afflicted with, lockjaw, it soon
became public scandal that the young
Mr. Lehmann was going tQ sue her
second huBband for -divorce.
The expected came a few days ago
when the bill for divorce was filed.
In it Mr?, Qasse Lehnjann telle of
cruelty and beatings inflicted, upon
her by Otto Lehmann.
She ohargea that on one occasion,
he took advantage of -her in an auto
mobile and catised scratches on her
face that were apparent for several
On other occasions, she charges,
he. struck herf Ph says that in Feb
ruary of this year he rushed on to
New York after her and when she
refused to agree to any of his plans
for the future he struckvhr in the
face. That was the last" straw and
the filing of the bill came next. -
OHIO GERMAN ALLIANCE IS HOT
OVER KIUITTS SPEECH
Columbus, Q., eb, 19. -Twenty
branohes of Ohio German alliance
were today on record "with- resolu
tions asking President Jlexamer pf
the National German Alliance n
Philadelphia to call attention of con
gress to the alleged recent anti-Ger-dn
utterances pf Federal Judge
John M, KUUts pf Toledo.
At a public school meeting Kiihts
is charged with saying:
"$ am a German and I do not care
htfw soon some one drone a thousand
care particularly (f U l? W rjfr. Hus
sion or antisn airman mat orap
them, just so it ip don
The Toledo German Allianee cow
plained to President Wilson apd the
departmenrof justice, saying this ut- v
terance 1)y a federal judge violates the A
Jetter and spirit of-Preskleut Wlteoate
Washington, Feb- 19. Declaring
Germany is not getting justice from
the United States, demanding "hon
est neutrality" andyaccusing Ameri
can newspapers ox printing 'vile
calumnies" upon the fatherland, Bap.
flartholdt asserted in the house to- -day:
"Should tae United States ever be
'come embroiled, in war again, the
Germans of this country wp,uld rally
to the American flag.
"We have. hp had the same con
sideration as our English brothers.
"Not a Word has been said about
English and Japanese violations Qf
"Have we protested against Amer
icans being dragged frdm neutral
ships because they had German
names? Have we protested, against
England's policy to -starve German
non-qorabatants? Have we protest
ed against England declaring the
NorthC Sea a war zone?
'No. But when Germany did the
same thing we dispatched a stiff note
to Berlin; a milder one to-Bngland."
MORAU-VVArtYOUR FEET. M
Los" Angeles, Feb, 1 9. A dirty foot "i
sent Henry &. McDonald topp'
for five years. Known as the "bMft
foot burglar,' he was trapped by the
imprint of his naked" foot.
PHI MY TUMMY!
New Yorki Feb 19 Bring on ths
paregoric, Mrs. Eleanor Reynolds
and Morton Ohrbach will find out to-
nleht who can eat the most lobster
wr4fr 'jMnfe: "'
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