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Where I askt a bite, a gray haired
woman, kid, said: "I aint got much,
but wot I got I'll give you of it" and
Washington. Submarine of Ger
man and not Austrian nationality
sunk Ancona, according to statement
of Ancona captain received by state
department. Sec'y Lansing said there
was no evidence to support captain's
London. After two weeks' sup
pression by government, London
Globe resumed publication by author
ities' permission with unreserved
apology for statement Iord Kitchener
had resigned as war minister.
Fineola, L. I. Mrs. Grace Hinman
Hall, wife of New York broker, died
at! Nassau hospital of bichloride poi
soning. Seeking relief from head
ache, she mistook poison tablets for
Melrose Park, ill. John Lakso,
arrested by Henry Poin, village mar
shal, today confessed to killing Kujo
Maki at Red Granite, Wis., according
New York. Mrs. Isaac L. Rice on
behalf of herself and children gave
$1,000,000 to managers of Beth Is
rael hospital as memorial to late
husband for annex to hospital to be
called "Isaac L. Rice Hospital for
New York. Because -Hoalock Gib
bon, Borneo ape, was lonesome in
monkey cage, Bronx zoo keepers re
corded Hoolock's voice on record and
put phonograph In his cage to talk
New York. Mrs. Hetty Green
took long walk to celebrate her 80th
Indianapolis. Mrs. Thos. B. Mar
shall, wife of vice president, operated
on today for abdominal trouble. Op
eration said not to be dangerous.
Hooksett, N. H. Miss Agnes E.
Ryan, managing editor of "Woman's
Journal and Suffrage News of Bos
ton, retained her maiden name when
she married Henry Bailey Stephens
Boston. Patrolman Jas. Conley,
discovering touring car blazing in a
Charlestown garage, hitched rope to
it and dashed for nearest fire engine
house with machine.
CHARGE OF ALIMONY BRIGADE
HALTED BY JUDGE HOPKINS
The alimony brigade, where there
are no children concerned, does not
appeal to Judge Hopkins. He made
this very plain in the case of Mrs.
Geo. W. Smith, 508 Wrightwood av
against her hubby, in the court of
domestic relations this morning.
George makes $14 week from
tips as a waiter. His frau makes
$12. She wanted frierfd husband to
come through with support money.
They haven't any little Smiths, so
Judge Hopkins addressed Mrs. S.
"I am not enthusiastic about tho
Lalimony brigade when there are no
children concerned, it l were a
woman I would think a good many
times before I would want money
from a man when I could take care
Then Mr. Smith made a few state
ments that connected his wife and
other men. The case wag continued
to Jan. 6.
Saved by Family Butcher
The "family butcher", came to the
rescue of Charley Punkhauski, 3464
Auburn av., in the domestic relations
court today. Sofia, Charles' wife,
had him arrested for non-support of
herself and three children.
The meat man testified to a $122
grocery and meat bill that covered
the past three and a half months,
which Chas. had paid.
The Mrs. Punkhauski brought in
the "another woman" claim. Ass't
State's Att'y Rosinia said: "We do
nt deal in third parties. We have no
jurisdiction over other ladies."
"Defendant discharged," said tn