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attorneys say, he heard his young
wife offer the nurse $5,000 if she
would put him in a compromising
position, so she might extort $25,000
The millionaire further declares in
That his young wife taunted him
for being old and gray-haired.
Persistently sought the company
of young men and spent much time
with them in motor cars and dancing.
Kept his house stocked with liquors
in spite of his protests.
Spent each month, for her frivol
ties, at least $500.
Complained she was tired of living
with an invalid, and threatened to
In return for all this, intimates of
the couple say, Mrs. Gloyd suffered
her husband to kiss her hand, then
washed her hand with alcohol!
Mrs. Gloyd has entered a denial to
the charges made by her husbandj
MRS ' ALBERT
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
Oct. 28, 1754. At a great assem
bly, the Choctaw Indians promised to
be friends with all the French in the.
Mississippi valley. This promise was
kept quite faithfully by the Choctaw.
It is best to avoid a break with a
bad egg, - - - -
MODERN NURSERY RHYME
Hi diddle diddle,
It's some riddle,
How the food prices jumped up past
The trusts -nearly croaked
The way the public is joked,
About it all being on "account of the