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"BABIES OR PIGS TO GET MILK?"
"Hands Off the Babies' Milk!" anH "Which ShalLEngland' Feed, Pig
or Babied?" There were among the demands made by mothers of Ehgjlijh
children oh big signs they carried in a parade in Hyde- Park, Erigland, as a
protest against the artificially high prices of milk. 'The prices were fafesd
Ky'prbfiteers" who uspd thd War ds an excuse for a boost in cost of foods,
$fotheTs tff children whose fathers are off atth6 front organized a big pro
'cession arid succeeded in having the government force down prices.
INDICTMENTS TO BE ASkED FOR
THREE TN LAMBERT CASE
It Is" said that indictments charg
ing criminal conspiracy will be asked
before a Will county grand jury for
at "least three persons who are back
t)f b $200,000 alienation of affection-suit
filed in a Joliet dour against
C3 John Cambert.
.'Hbger B. Cornell, former bath rub
ber in his suit agjainst the steel mil
Nho'nalre, charges' that" Lambert won
the "affections of his wife, at the time
a manicure in a fashionable hotel at
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Pasadena, Cal., where the rich man
owns a. home on "millionaires' row."
Cornell, airs, Liiiiau Cornell, hfe
wife who has obtained an' interlocu
tory decree of divorce in a Cali
fornia court, and Michael A. Kiely,
attorney for Cornell in his Suit
against1 Lambert," and formerly at
torney for Mrs. Cornell are the three
who, it is gaHf, will b! hit by Lam
State's Att'y Hoynela probe vdte
fraud' reports. -