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day at Wilson beach. Once he didn't
come up. Still searching for body
W. S. Helminger, who gave police
several addresses when caught dig
ging up woman's lawn, said spirit di
rected hm to dig for gold.
Harry Azouz, young Creek, stu
dent at TJ. of C., who unexpectedly
inherited $150,000, swamped by of
fers of marriage.
$43,700 of city's "baby bonds" have
been sold over the counter.
Axe is falling fast on Harrison ap
pointees at city hall.
Anti-Saloon league leaders against
putting "dry'' plank in platform of
either oM party. Wants to make is
sue independent of parties.
Contracts let yesterday for $1,175,
000 Y. M. C. A. hotel, 1,865 rooms,
Wabash av., near 8th.
Confessions to police say John
Oughton, Jr., was shot in Westmin
ster club, 1225 N. dark, while acting
as peacemaker ia dice game. Oughton
says so, too, now, but won't give
name of assailant '
Frank Klurg, supposed dead and
for whose murder man is serving 22
year sentence in Wisconsin prison,
returned to Chicago home yesterday.
WOE BE TO WE MEN WE ARE
JUMPED ON AGAIN
San Franoisco, July 20. Asserting
that a smoker thought more of his
dgar-or his-pipe than of his wife and
advising all young wonjen who are
engaged to men with "tobacco habit
to break with them, Dr. Charles G.
Pease, New York, president of Non
Smokers' Protectice league of Amer
ica, opened first annual convention of
that organization here with three
persons in his audience. One was
real delegate, second was a press
agent looking for a job and the third
"No woman can afford to occupy
the same room with a man who
smokes," said Dr. Pease today. "A
wife for the good of future genera-
-iions- should msfst on her husband
living by himself in another part of
the house. I am in favor of every
wife forcing her husband to smoke on
the back doorstep. He should not be
allowed to smoke in the house. If we
don't stop this smoking business our
jails are going to be overcrowded."
Mrs. Wilson, the delegate, urged
men to boycott women who smoke or
drink cocktails. She declared that
cigarettes and cocktails were getting
a hold on college girls and that some
thing must be done to counteract
600 STRIKE AT ARMS PLANT
Bridgeport, Conn., July 20. 600
machinists and brick layers employed
in the Remington Arms plant struck
here at noon today. There was little
disorder attendant on the walkout
Myrtle You never can make mej
believe that opals are unlucky. Why,
I was wearing one today and I be
came engaged to Herbert!
Marie But what about Herbert
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