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they lived their lives apart; they were
married in name only, and he told her
that she had his love, and he would
give her everything in life but his
name, which it wasn't possible to
give yet, but some day maybe."
"Well, that is all of the story I can
tell you, I guess," said pansy eyes,
but her big brown eyes wandered
down to the third finger on her left
hand and the eyes of the s. vr. -wandered
there, too, and rested on a soli
taire diamond ring, the littlest bit of
a diamond, not more than a quarter
"I wish you every happiness," said
the s. w.
"Thanks," said the girl with the
pansy eyes. "Thanks, Miss Sob
WOUNDED, BUT NOT DOWNHEARTED
A slightly wounded soldier gets a lift on the way back from trenches.
Sketched by Robert Minor in the battle zone in France.
POLICE SERGT BEATS NEWSIE
FINED DAY'S PAY
" Serg't Mike Noonan, 4717 N. Craw
ford av., pulled the "riot stuff" on
Henry Fisher, a newsboy at North
av. and Halsted st He was fined a
day's pay by the civil service com'n
e Fisher says the policeman, be
cause he was displeased with the
newsie's actions, beat him up. Fisher
is one of those who believe that a' po
liceman's duty is to make arrests
and not to act as a judge, court and
executioner when he sees something
A Clevelander wants divorce be
cause his wife said he was "only
roosting around anyhow." Ladies,
there are some things that manly
men will not stahd.
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