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dklaVwant.te. But he finally sug
"geeted a vacation trip I consented. He
i told me to tell my mother I was go
ing to Marinette, Wis., to visit friends
of my girl chum. And I did.
"We went from-iere to Louisville.
There he registered uVat a hotel as
man and wife. He furnished an .ex
cuse for not marrying me then. I
trusted him. Staying with him- a
his wife that night was the first
wrong thing Tever did in my life."
Prom there the girl says' they went
to CincWnatl and Detroit And after
that, according to 'the -story told to
the U. Srofitcials, he tired ofher and
sent her back home.
The trial was set for two weeks ago
but Heilner's attorneys through the
various sorts of writs that the law
allows, have been able to secure con
tinuances. As soon as the girl sees how the
white slave case Is progressing -she
intends taue-Heilnec on a basterdy
WHEAT PRICES DEPEND ON
Washington, Feb. 27. American
wheat speculators are on the edge of
a volcano. Agricultural experts
berg declare that maintenance of
present prices depends entirely on
the allies' operations against the Dar
danelles. If the strait is forced the
price of all grains, especially wheat,
'wT drog. If the Turko-German
a'-foreee are able to prevent the open's-
tag 6f the Black sea to Russian com
3 nifce, $2" wheat wfll come before
dTfig summer is more than half ad
harineed. Sst3f1- 0 0
WANT TRUCE WITH INDIANS
k'VVashington, Feb, 27. Indian Com
'mfafeloner Cato Sells has telegraphed
,w6r6f his western representatives,
e t was announce today, to arrange a
sAnfce, If possible, with Tae-Ne-Gat
and his Piute outlaws, with a view to
Iciiring their surrender without fur
The task wffi be undertaken by
Special Agent L. D. Crtel and Stip't
J. B. Jenktes of the. Idaho Spriogs
BITS OF NEWS
Rosie Odd, 16, 1317 Newberry av,
suicide. Gas. Motive unkaown.
Charles Congieton, 4466 Beacon,
met 2 burglars, one a woman, com
ing from home. OygfFQwered after
struggle. Both escaped.
Mrs. Albert B8ifii&f2613 W. 23d,
granted divorce. Olakns husband
chased her through streets in under
clothing, Chicago bakers deny District At
torney Clyne's prophecy that wheat
and bread will go back to normal.
Council finance committee granted
harbor and subways oom'a permis
sion to start work on superstructure
of municipal pier.
Official count ef -Republican votes
finished. Thompson won by 3,691.
DOES HE SAIL ON HIS BtRK?
Washington, Feb. 27. "Let's talk
about dogs. I am a war dog. Did
anybody ever see a neutral dog?
Nol" Dr. Howard B. Ames, Medical
Inspector, TJ. S. N.
SAYINGS OF MR. MOUSE
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