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ing into store of Louis Gruener, l"l36
S. Halsted. "
Old Newsboys' day receipts of
$6,204 turned over to United Chari
ties and iChicago Women's club to
Wedding of Mrs. Rose Kich, sister
of Aid. Jacob Hey, to P. W. Priester,
postponed second tune in week. Ill
Railroads in Central Freight ass'n
voluntarily withdrew plea for in
creased freight rates on meat and
Mrs. Victoria Scogna ran into St.
Patrick's Catholic church, Adams and
Desplaines, shouting "black hands"
were after her Detention hospital.
Dr. Leigh Patton, 326 S. Hoyne, in
terne, County hospital, fell in elevator
shaft Skull fractured. Will die.
Max Bernstein and Jacob Rissman
indicted by federal grand jury for per
jury in E. R. Ericson bankruptcy pro
ceedings. Mrs. Martha Abt, 5301 Indiana av.,
chased negro who tried to hold her up
until he turned and fired shot at herC
MARRIED TO COUSIN"; SUES
Married since 1894 to her first cou
sin Mrs. Elizabeth Arardo filed suit
for divorce several months ago charg
ing statutory offense and cruelty. Her
husband replied with a cross bill
denying she had grounds for a di
vorce and saying that they were not
legally married being first cousins.
Yesterday Mrs. Arardo" filed her an
swer stating that they were married
by a priest and that the Roman Cath
olic denomination recognized mar
riages between first cousins.
Judge Walker will have to decide if
the marriage was legal.
HURRAH! WE'RE TALL!
London, Feb. 25. Short men make
better soldiers than tall ones, accord
ing to Dr. M. S. Pembrey, lecturer bn
physiology. He says the weight of
theh brain is greater in. the short
LADY SEES -THE REDLIGHTSL
Louisville, Ky., Pflp25. With tbsr
firm conviction thaWhere should beo
a single moral standard and that
emancipated woman should have
equal rights with man, Mrs. W$-TA
Webster, Chicago suffragist, invaded,
the segregated district here, ispaltf
leged to have cerated a disturbance
in a notorious resort and was: arn
Mrs. Webster, whose husband lis
general freight agent for the Monosfg
arrived here yesterday, hired a, cafe
and directed the negro driver to takfe
her to the redlight district. She -estf
tered one of the most notorious (re
sorts in the district. A little later thft
police received a hurry call. ,0-
According to the story they tell,
Mrs. Webster was sitting at a tabjgj
with a number of men, all dnnkiijg.
at her expense. She asserted .her-!
right to be there and it took several
policemen to remove hr Shwa
locked up in the county jail. r
r "They had no right to arrest tine,"
Mrs. Webster told reporters. "I haiver
a perfect right to do anythingnmy
husband might do. If a man has, -a
right to enter such a place and' buy
drinks for women, certainly a womajj.
may enter and buy drinks for mefyft
Mrs. Webster was fined $19, but, the
fine was later set aside. She lives,
6414 Kenwood uv. 10lf
0 0 q
A NON-COMBATANT r9b
Said a friend to a Russian nagie
"Go back home and fight and donjtj
The Czar needs a lot
Of men to stop shot" ,
But the Russian replied: "Ish bs
Now we have an excellent clew as
to when the war will end. It will .end
just two months before the committ
tee investigating the lose- oC iiaK
Evelyn gets ready to report.
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