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people who would stone the fallen
woman that only the one who was
without sin should throw the first
stone, but the minister doesn't dare
practice what he preaches without
all the goody-good --people in the
parish letting him" know that they
suspect he isn't on the level or else
he wouldn't stoop to having anything
to do with people like me."
INA A. LAWRENCE:
She's just been "decorated" by the
president of the United States, hence
the sunny smile of Ina Lawrence,
Washington's high school girl. Her
Washington's birthday essay on
"Gen. Montgomery's Campaign
Against Quebec" won the ribbon
from President Wilson.
Beethoven composed some of his
jjreatest works when he was deaf.
GUARDED BY POLICE, LECTURER
ON RELIGION SPEAKS
Surrounded by a guard of 54 po
licemen, Dr. Jos Slattery last night
finally got a chance to deliver a lec
ture. His first lecture, at Boulevard hall,
Thursday night, was broken up by
rioting, and his second lecture was
called off by the owner of the hall,
who feared another riot. Last night
he spoke at Lincoln Turner hall,
Sheffield av. and Diversey blvd. About
700 were in the audience. There was
Slattery's lectures are under the
auspices of the Guardians of Liberty.
Slattery claims to be an apostate
priest His wife says she is a former
Mrs. Slattery was to have spoken
in the afternoon in Thornton hall,
69th and Normal av., at a meeting for
women. The owner of the hall, how
ever, canceled her engagement
When the Slattery automobile
drew up in front of the hall, to find
the doors locked on Mrs. Slattery's
meeting, there was a great crowd of
women out in front, about half
Catholic and half bitter anti-Catholic.
The remarks they made about
each other were uncomplimentary.
The Woman's Party of Cook Coun
ty passed a resolution condemning
the police for their inactivity at the
riot in Boulevard hall Thursday night
TODAY'S WORST RIDDLE
What sort of a girl would you like
to swallow on a cold day?
Answer A little milk made (milk
(Warden, turn on the juice; he's
talked long enough!)
o o -
Henry Heft, a farmer, living near
Marietta, Pa., for many years has
kept tally on the number of tramps
he has fed and lodged. During the
last year he entertained 595 of them.
He has a separate room in his bam '
a. which he lodges them.