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NW PENSION BILL IS GREAT
HELP TO MOTHERS
, Cheyenne, Wyo., Peb. 27. Moth
ers of Wyoming with children under
1 years of age, unable to obtain em
ployment permitting them to spend
a reasonable partof their time at
home, will hereafter be pensioned by
vov. Kendrick has signed the bill
passed by the legislature providing
for the care of dependent widows and
wpinen whose husbands are incapaci
tated. Women with one child under
If will receive $20 a month. Those
with more than one child may receive
$20 a month for the first child and
IjfO a month for each additional child.
fPRAISES TORRENS SYSTEM
The Torrens system of property
registration was given a boost last
night when the Torrens committee
of the Cook County Real Estate
Board met to discuss its merits.
2 "The system saves time," said
Charles T. Farson, formerly chief ex
apalner of titles at the Torrens office.
'If saves expense and" it gives addi
tional security of real estate titles,
"riie system is a great convenience to
the makers of subdivisions.
'There is no manner in which
deeds may be forged and the evidence
oT'ibrgery destroyed. The owner of
property is protected against the
possibility of tax deeds being issued
by registration of the tax sale certifi
cate and the req.uirement.Qf notice to
"I firmly believe that all registry of
property eventually will be under the
Torrens system. It will not be long
before there is a compete realization
of. its advantages and every one will
be glad to accept them."
'Universal adoption tor the system
$as "recommended and its ultimate
use in place of other systems was-
'"Indianapolis. House passed bill
fdrcmediation and conciliation of la
PRINCESS OF EGYPT NOW IN
Ola Humphrey, the California girl
who married Prince Hassan, heir to
the Egyptian throne, and then fled
from her royal husband, Is going to
receive a large salary to tell the story
of her life In moving pictures.
Princess Hasson adopted the stage
as a profession when very young and
met Prince Hassan while she waa
playing in London.
Catcalls and groans, vegetables, and
eggs are directed at the stage, but
still the weH-meahlng performer, who
Is In the midst of a long monologue,
continues to recite his lines.
Finally a despairing spectator hurls
a boot on the Btage, and the actor
starts to retreat behind the scenes.
"Keep on playing!" cries the man
aeer in the wines. ""Keen on tfll we
get the second bootr
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