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HENRY FIELD CETS LICENSE TO
WED MAY CO TO WORK v
From the municipal pier on the
east to the' drainage canal on the
west, from the Onwentsia golf
grounds on the north to. the garbage
reduction plants on the south, let the
joybells ring! y
And if anybody like Bert Williams
asks "Wut's the -why and becuz of
this, yere jubilation i" why just tell
"Today isthe day the second
prince of the realm of Cook county
gets his marriage license."
Henry Field, younger brother of
Marshall Field ILL, the second rich
est young man in Chicago and the
middle west in point of cash money,
real estate and stocks and bonds, to
day bought a license in New York
city for his marriage to Nancy Keene
Perkins. She is a granddaughter of
Col. Chiswell D. Langhorne of Rich
mond, Va., belonging to the " F. F.
V.," which is short slang for "the
First Families of Virginia."
Marshall Field III. will be the best
man for his younger brother.
Bishop Patrick Hayes of St. Pat
rick's cathedral will perform the cer
emony at 4 o'clock in the afternoon,
Honolulu, where the topaz sky
meets the sapphire sea something
like that will be the scene of the
Family relations of the -oom are
owners of a castle in Norway, and a
chateaux in Southern France and
one or two sea beaches in England,
but the noise and smell of the war
having spoiled Europe as a place for
brides and grooms to spend their
first joyous weeks together, the Field
couple are planning to go to the
home of the hula-hula and the place
where the ukelele was born.
There is a probability that the
young Field couple will stop off in
Chicago and say hello to the folks
they know here before going on to
the volcanic isles of the Pacific
When they come back from Hono
lulu is Henry Field going to go to
work and learn business and be a
man among men, a fighter and a
worker like his celebrated granddad?
The answer is nobody knows, but the
talked-of plans are that Henry has
bought some 2,000 acres near the
Langhorne home in Virginia and he
will ride ponies- and play polo there
arid keep away from work in Chi
cago. o o
SAYS JUVENILE HOME BREEDS
DISEASE AND VICE
A germ-ridden breeding place of
disease and immorality.
The Law Enforcement league saM
this about the Juvenile Detention
Home of Cook County in a petition
presented to Victor P. Arnold, pre
siding judge of the" juvenile -court.
The petition alleged the detention
home is an Insanitary jail, a breed
ing place for contagious disease,
where children are forced to undergo
revolting physical examinations and
experiments, and where acknowl
edged criminals and unfortunate in
nocents are herded together without
attempt at segregation.
Bad girls spread knowledge of im
morality among ones who were in
nocent, continues the report.
"Every female child," reads a par
agraph of the petition, "no matter of
what age, is placed upon a surgeon'3
table and illegally forced to submit
to an examination, and evidence thus
forcibly secured is later used for the
purpose of convicting the child, all
in violation of the law and in dero
gation of the most sacred and in
alienable rights of said children."
The petition requests that Judge
Arnold or a committee of judges in
vestigate at once. Judge Arnold did
not accept the petition officially be
cause it had not been filed with the
circuit court clerk.
Rep. M. L. Igoe will Introduce bill
in legislature for electrification of
railroads in Chicago.
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