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legs and a dash or two Of the yellow he must be reasonably young. No
upon his coat sleeves. And of course I men with whiskers need apply.
WHERE PRESIDENT OFCHINA LIVES AT PEKING
The palace of the president of China is constructed in modern style,
the Chinese methods being abandoned for occidental type of architecture.
MRS. MERRIAM AND TRIBUNE tall, girls had fits of delirium trem
ens pp. the floor and men were drunk.
Scharfner says that not more than
a half dozen other than members of
the club were present at the affair.
The things spoken of are denied and
150 witnesses have been listed for ap
pearance The Goethe Prauen Verein declares
it is a beneficial organization and
says it has paid out $20,000 in sick
benefits in the 27 years of its exist
Mrs. Merriam is the wife. of Aid.
SUED FOR LIBEL
Mrs. Charles B. Merriam and The
Chicago Daily Tribune have each
been made defendants in suits fori
$20,000 filed by the Goethe Frauen
A story from Mrs. Merriam in The
Tribune purporting to tell of hap
penings at a masquerade given by
the Goethe Frauen Verein in a West
Side hall last winter is the reason for
the suit, according to Albert Scharf
ner, attorney for the plaintiff.
In this story, says Scharfner, Mrs.
Merriam said women became so
drunk hey had to be carried from the
Chicagoans like Wilson's note to