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want him to know that I lost again
where he won."
"Are you strong enough to go
through with it, Pat?" I asked.
"I Slink so," he answered simply.
"At least I am going to try. Both
Chad and I were younger and hotter
headed when he married before. Any
way, Chad tells me that he is going
on a long trip if he can persuade Mol
lie to leave her mother and well,
my Irish philosophy and experience
tell me time is a great panacea for
the pangs and agonies that love
"Did you get to Mollie in time to
keep her from telling Mr. nation f
"Mollie, God bless her, was very an
gry at me for even thinking she would
" 'I would not marry him,' she said,
'if I thought it would break up your
"He will make her, happier than I
could," said loyal Pat "He is the
Is he the better man and will he
make her happier? Only time will
(To Be Continued Monday.)
DISCUSS ORGANIZATION OF
Sixty women, representing 10,000
organized women workers of Chica
go, are holding a convention at the
Northwest Side hall.of the Woman's
Trade Union league today discussing
the further organization of wompn
workers of Chicago.
The meeting was opened by Miss
Agnes Nestor, president of the league,
who was chosen chairman. She read
a report on the work of the league
I during the last year and advocated a
labor forward movement for the or
ganization of women.
The convention is expected to act
on this resolution today, along with
the reports of the other committees.
The man who comes home with a
stew finds his larder already supplied
with a hot roast
QuICn CHANGE ARTIST 13 THIS
MAN FROM WINNIPEG
Chicago is harboring a guest of no
small distinction who hails from Win
nipeg, Canada. Last night this guest
changed hotels. He left the most ex
pensive suite of rooms in the Black
stone to the "best" cell in the detec
tive bureau. His effects were taken
in charge by the police custodian.
Today he will be booked on the
register of the detective bureau, but
lie will riot be allowed to leave his
At the Blackstone he called him
self Thomas Kelly. Kelly is wanted
in connection with the graft which
was discovered in the building of the
new parliament building in Winnipeg.
He is alleged to have fled from Can
ada with $1,250,000 as his share of
R. A. Bonnar, king's consul, and
Police Com'mr McRae. left Winnipeg
upon hearing of the arrest They will
arrive in Chicago today.
AVAR NEWS OF ONE YEAR AGO
French war office reported that
there were no new developments on
the western front, but that general
situation was favorable.
German war office announced that
repeated attempts to outflank its ar
mies had been repulsed. It was de
clared that the cruiser Karlsruhe had
sunk seven British steamers in the
Belgians admitted tha forces de
fending Antwerp had fallen back to
Petrograd news dispatches said the
Germans had evacuated Russian Po
land and whole regiments had
drowned in river Nieman. Czar had
left for the front
News dispatch from Nish declared
that Serbians had made raid on Sem-lin.
Great things are sometimes of
humble origin. It was a goose that
laid the golden egg.