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SUING HUSBAND SAYS SHE
LIKED EX-GOVERNOR'S KISSES
Mrs. Emma B. Freeman, society
woman of Eureka, Cal., whose hus
band in a sensational divorce suit
charged that Richard D. Yates, for
mer governor of Illinois, kissed her
half a dozen times in the course of
a railway journey to San Francisco.
It was specifically alleged by Ed
ward R. Freeman, art dealer of Eu
reka, that ex-Governor- Yates kissed
Mrs. Freeman whenever the train
passed through a tunnel. And there
are a good many tunnels on the way,
Former Governor Yates is said to
have first met Mrs. Freeman at her
home, on invitation of the husband,
when the Illinois notable came west
on a Chatauqua tour. Mrs. Freeman
admitted making the trip with Yates,
but said she did not come as his guest,
as charged by the irate husband.
Everybody in the loop election
night was imbibed with the spirit of
Mercy folks! The whole loop was
a red light section after Thompson's
election was assured.
Also we might add, green and blue
lights were sputtering.
The women folks were out with
their feather dusters for use on men's
chins. Tickled to death!
'Twas the night of election and all
through the house, not a man made
a murmur, not even his spouse. Ded
icated to the Sherman House,
It is rumored that the loop bar
tenders pushed many a schooner over
the bar. Some fleet.
There will be many an overenthus
ed election bug who will do his talk
ing in a whisper for the next few
Both sides claim that the knife was
When it comes to excitement Chi
cago had the average good time car
nival faded away.
In Monday's Day Book we printed
the picture of a couple, of society girls
dressed in scanty gowns, who are
going to dance for the benefit of the
The blind will get only the financial
Boston is celebrating the landing
of the Pilgrims. Don't wake them.