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"I have never felt like laughing at
the woman who supposedly dressed
too young for her years. She is
dressing her heart,Mollie, instead of
her hody, and, poor dear, her heart
has not growiuold."
"Yes, Margie," answered Mollie, "I
want my soul to age with mj; body.
The person who expects me to feel
complimented by telling me. my heart
will never grow old is sadly mistaken.
". young heart and an old face is
( To Be Continued)
TWO CLAIM TO BE WIFE OF RICH
MAN ONE ASKS MILLION
Kansas City, Mo. Two women,
one young and pretty, the other 71
years of age, are fighting to be rec
ognized as the wife of Thomas W.
Cunningham, former mayor of Jop
lin, Mo., and retired banker, whose
.wealth is estimated at $2,000,000.
Mrs. Zoe Z. Cunningham is the
young woman who claims she and
Cunningham married two years ago.
Before her marriage she was Dr. Zoe
Wilkins, an osteopath for the
wealthy of Kansas City, Joplin, New
York and Colorado Springs.
For two years she has been known
at Cunningham's request, it is said,
as "Miss Cunningham," "daughter"
of the banker, who is 72. '
Only when another claimant to the
title of wife of Cunningham turned
up did "Miss Cunningham" claim she
was his wife
Tabitha Taylor, 71, of Joplin, says
she is Cunningham's common law
wife, and she is suing Cunningham
for $1,000,000 as half his property.
JIM LARKIN TO TELL OF I. W. W.
TRIALS IN WEST
Jim Larkin is coming back from
the Pacific coast to give first hand in
formation as to how they're 'trying
to railroad 74 workers to prisbn at
Everett, Wash., because they hap
pened to be on the boat that was fired
on when I. W. W.'s came into the port
of Everett from Seattle.
Five I. W. W.'s on the boat were
killed by the high-powered rifles of
the deputy sheriffs on shore.
Larkin, Wm. D. Haywood and Sam
Scarlett will speak in defense of the
dead and accused" at a meeting of
radicals to be held at East End hall,
646 N. Clark sL, Sun., 8 p. m.
The radicals willjiold an Interna
tional dance at the same hall Satur
ONLY ONE CRIME LAST NIGHT
First Deputy Westbrook an
nounced that only one crime had
been reported In city since last even
ing; that was the hold-up of Denis
McMahon, driver for Marshall Field
& Co., robbed of $28 at 70th and Car
penter sts. Lieut. Wm. Coles' flying
squad rounded up 16 suspicious
characters, most of whom carried