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LOVE AFFAIR BLASTED WHEN
LETTERS ARE FOUND
Out in the House of Good Shep
herd Marie Shanley weeps for a lover
who today will appear before the ju
venile court to give a bond to leave
Margaret Shanley, 5042 Washing
ton Park court, the maiden aunt of
the girl, is the rock upon which the
romance was wrecked. A few days
ago shejound a packet of love let
ters hidden in the room of her niece.
They were signed by Elmer Cleve, an
actor appearing in a local vaudeville
house. They will be introduced as
Robt. M. Sweitzer-E. J. Kaindl
Thos. Keane meeting at Towell
school, Hirsch and Spaulding, to
night John H. Hill meeting at Hotel La
Salle and Good Templars' hall, 230
W. 63d, tonight
San. Lewis, Dep. Frank Buchanan
and Dan! L. Cruice speak at Gray
school auditorium, 52d and Grace, to
night Seymour Stedman speaks at Pro
testant Women's league, La Salle
hotel, Bohemian club, Pilsen audito
rium, 18th and Blue Island, 11th
Ward club, Medazis hall, 2242 W. 23d
pi., and West Side auditorium, Ra
cine and Taylor, tonight
THE TRIBUNE POLL
The Trib'8 poll this mqrning gave
Thompson 5,634, Sweitzer 5,096,
Stedman 262, "Sail (Prohib.) 68, scat
By occupations Tuesday's poll of
women was as follows:
Public school teachers: Thompson
61, Sweitzer 33, Stedman 4, Prohib.
1, Prog. 1.
Milliners and trimmers Sweitzer
55, Thompson 43, Stedman 2.
Paper box factories Thompson 59,
Sweitzer 39, Stedman 2.
Waitresses and housemaids
Thompson 53 bw either 45 Prohib, 2.
MORE BACKING FOR SUNDAY
SERMONS BY PASTORS
By Rev. S. J. Skevington, pastor
Belden Av. Baptist church.
"It is as the word of a modern
John the Baptist speaking through,
the press to aid in bringing the king
dom of God nearer realization. I
believe in Billy Sunday."
By Rev. James E. Walker, president
of committtee that started cam
paign to get Rev. Sunday here.
"It is a splendid thing The Day
Book is doing. I want to say, too,
that I have heard very favorable com
ment on the sermons and on the ac
tion of The Day Book in making its
pages a pulpit for the Rev. Mr. Sun
day. It is going to help our commit
tee wonderfully in our work to get
the evangelist to come to Chicago.
These' printed sermons will arouse
Chicago and make the people want to
hear the word from Mr. Sunday himself."
By Rev. William Chalmers Covert,
pastor First Presbyterian church.
"I am heartily in accord with the
plan. I may not like Rev. Billy Sun
day's methods, but the end counts for
more than the means."
"A couple," said Mrs. Simpkins,
"got married a few days after a court
ship which nad lasted fifty years."
'Tsuppose," replied Mr. Simpkins,
"the poor old man had become too
feeble to hold out any longer."
Philadelphia Public Ledger
She Would you leave your home
He I'd leave a baseball game in
the ninth inning with the score a tie.
The army worm has been found in
Oregon. Some one ought to send a
Btaff correspondent to see whether or
not it is ready for war, the spring
pluiicing being near