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Norwalk, O. Bread dropped from
6 and 12 cents to 5 and 10 cents.
Boston. Boston today deciding
question of prohibition. - ..
London. Cunard liner Pannbnia
safely floated today after grounding
in fog. Apparently uninjured.
Cleveland. Arthur Williams, ar
rested on disturbance charge, told
Judge Phillips he had spent 17
Christmas in jaiL "Ten days," said
Washington. Ohio congressmen
will ask congressional investigation
of charges of 580 members of 8th
Ohio guard that food was poor in the
New York. Miss Ruth Law given
$2,500 by Civic Forum and Aero Club
of America in honor of her Chicago-to-Npw
York aeroplane flight
New York. Maxine Elliott returns
for visit after seven years' absence
from -America. Decorated by King
Albert for relief work among Bel
gians. Denver. Jos. Romero, pugilist,
known as Young Joe Rivers, died in
his dressing room following knock
out blow administered by Jack Brat
ton of California.
Erie, Pa. Chamber of Commerce
here has given Aero Club of Amer
ica $10,000 to be spent on transcon
New York. J. B. Manning, 83,
multi-millionaire broker, heeds ob
jections of his children and calls off
wedding to his 28-year-old secretary,
Pittsfield, Mass. Dan R. Hanna,
Cleveland, O., editor and son of Mark
Hanna, weds fourth time. Mrs. Molly
Covington Warden, of here, newest
London. Sylvia Pankhurst must
pay 40 shillings fine or serve seven
days' sentence for obstructing high
way at peace demonstration at which
anti-pacificists mobbed her.
Madrid. 24-hour general strike
palled, by labor organizations m pro.
test against high cost of foods result
ed in complete tie-up of all railroads
Washington. Pres. Wilson may
appoint Miss Ida Tarbell, writer, as
member of federal trade commission.
Paris. Pooling of shipping of en
tente allies to exclusion of flags of
countries now belligerent suggested
for after war by French marine ex
pert. o o
AFFAIRS OF THE HEART
Thirty-five years ago Geo. Thomp
son, general passenger agent of N. Y.
Central, left home in. Chestertown,
Md., telling sweetheart to wait for
him. Later she married another and
became Mrs. Jessie Whitney. Since
then she has become a widow. She
and Thompson will marry Jan. 1.
Loretta De Visco, crippled girl,
sued Hugo L. Klein of firm of Sterne
& Klein for $50,000 damages. Breach
of promise charged.
Mrs. Marie Spiegel wants divorce
from Emil Spiegel. Says he is cruel.
State's Att'y Hoyne is investigat
ing secret divorce granted wife of
Jim Gilmore, president of defunct
Federal Baseball league.
Mrs. Mary Matthews would be free
of Anthony Matthews, mining stock
promoter. Says he treated her cru
elly. Harry Lee Meyer go license to
wed Elizabeth Cameron. Became
peeved. Tore license to pieces. Re
pented. Wanted new license. Told
to patch old one together.
John Winters, 3728 Union av., ac
cused wife of drinking in court of do
mestic relations case. Continued. .
Mrs. Ethel McNealy wants divorce
from Shirley McNealy, member of
First Indiana infantry.
Mrs. Anna L. Hawkins filed answer
to Jesse J. Hawkins' divorce bill,
which charges her with drunkenness.
She says he lives on expense ac
count and $3,000 salary is all profit
Mrs. Frances Vogt wants divorce
from Ulrich Vogt, 1145 Adams, Says
he put her out,