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RAN AWAY TWICE WITH HIS
FRIEND'S WIFE; BRIDEWELL
Joseph Jemis accepted Frank Ku
rek into his house as a boarder. His
wife, Marie, said Kurek was a step
brother. Then KureTc ran away with
the wife, leaving Jemisto care for
the three children.
Jemis shut up his house, 1611 W.
Ohio st, and gave chase. He found
them in Wilkesbarre, Pa., he told in
morals court today while his wife and
Kurek were up for trial.
His wife promised to be good, he
said, so he brought her back. She
stayed a while, then ran away with
Kurek again. The two have peen liv
ing as man and wife at 4127 Ash
Two weeks ago a baby was born to
Marie. Jemis says Kurek is the fa
ther. They ran away a year ago.
Judge Robinson fined Kurek $25
and sent him to jail for 90 days.
Jemis offered to take his wife back
again. He has a nice home for her.
She refused to go.
"If you were an American, I would
give you the full punishment the law
allows," Judge Robinson told Kurek.
Then, after criticising the wife, he ad
vised Jemis to have no more to do
AIRMEN'S COURTESY OF WAR
TOLD BY AVIATORS
London, Aug. 24. Strange cour
tesy of war which attends "the fra
ternity of airmen, regardless of fact
that they are divided into hostile
camps, was reported by English army
aviators on leave of absence here to
day. If a British airman kills a German
aviator he makes a second flight over
the enemy's lines, drops a note ex
pressing regret that the demands of
War made his action necessary, and
asks that his sympathies be carried
to the dead aviator's family.
A young English aviator started the
practice several weeks ago. The Ger
Jhans promptly recinrocateci,
THANK YOU, H. B. K.!
By Jim Manee
This morning Mister Mailman
Was very kind to me.
He brought me mail, but not one bill.
One note I'll let you see.
It comes from some young lady,
PH. swear she's no relation.
She says she likes my jingle rhymes,
I blush from flatteration.
P. S. H. B. K. is a girl not a fel
low. She signed her name. Is there
any nice young man who would like
to write ditties for The Day Book
after this result Here is her note;
TO JIM MANEE
By H. B. K.
You sure are very clever,
I mean you, Jim Manee.
The sunny side of lifetime
You always make us see.
If not for you we all would
Some awful grouches me.
So keep up your bright ditties,
Oh, please do, Jim Manee.
P. S. (Here is where I shine.) A
worshiper of heroes you sure have
made of me. Please call again be
cause we feel we like your company,
New York. Ninety per cent of ba
nana trees on northern side of the
island of Jamaica swept away by the
hurricane that recently wrought de
vastation in West Indies.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grains and
provisionns down. Sept wheat close,
NEW YORK STOCKS. Market
active; prices steadying after flurries.
Fair and cooler tonight; Wednes
day fair and continued cool; gentle
to moderate northwest winds. Tem
perature Monday; Highest, 82; low
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