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Drink and a thousand other causes
are to be blamed for prostitution.
Give the girls a chance. C. E. B.
MARRIED WITHIN A YEAR, SO
WILL GET NO ALIMONY
Listen, you ladies just divorced.
You'd better wait a year before you
wed again, or elSe but see what has
happened to Mrs. Eugenia Brown.
Mrs. Brown filed suit for annul
ment of marriage against Reynold
D. Brown, clerk in the state factory
inspector's office. She did the cus
tomary thing in asking the court for
alimony and for Brown to pay her
"Mrs. Brown is entitled to no ali
mony or fee," said J. A. Rickey, at
torney for Brown, "because she mar
ried within a year after her divorce
and her marriage is therefore void."
- Judge Thomson denied her plea.
Brown will not oppose the annul
ment, action on which was continued.
CARS IN CRASH ONE DEAD
Charles Ruck, 1457 N. Leavitt St.,
s a motorman, was killed last night
when he attempted to make the
Washington street tunnel at full
speed. His car crashed into the pre
ceding one. Four passengers were
It was Ruck's first day as a reg
ular motorman and he was unfa
miliar wKh the tunnel. x
MORE LOOP, SUB. COM'N ASKS
The subway commission released
more of its $260,000 report yester
day, suggesting that as the union'
loop had been outgrown it should
be extended, not into the outlying
business districts,' but into the terri
$ tory surrounding the present loop by
useof stub terminals.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
-March 1, 1837. Abraham Lin
coln's name was enrolled on the of
ficial list of members of the bar.
' NO STRIKE IN UNION CLOAK AND
SUIT MAKERS, BOSSES CLAIM
There is no strike on among the
union cloak and suit makers in the
ladies' garment trade, arid the North
West' Ladies' Garment Mfrs. ass'n
asks that it be made clear to prevent
trouble with their men. Erroneous
statements in the trust press have
indicated that the cloak and suit
makers were going out on strike in
sympathy with the dress, skirt and
white goods workers, now out. This
is wrong the manufacturers say.
A statement from the bosses fol
lows: "Within the last few days we no
ticed in the public press a mention
that a sympathetic strike of all the
trades, which "make up the Interna
tional Ladies' Garment Workers'
union, will be called out by it in order
to help the cause of the- striking
dress, skirt, kimona and white goods
"This canard must be an invention
of some agent or persons In the em
ploy of manufacturers of other mar
kets in order, to hurt the Chicago
"We believe that it is the duty of
every newspaper published In Chi
cago to try and help the Chicago
market and publish things that are
favoring it, instead of publishing
things not based Upon truth and
that 'are disastrous to our market
"In fact, every strike in .Chicago
hurts the Chicago market, especial
ly when newspapers give it so much
publicity and say that a garment
strike is on. The reading public pre
sumes that every garment trade is
affected by it. This is a very serious
matter for the cloak and suit in
dustry, which has no trouble at all."
QUARANTINE FOR BOILS NEXT
' El Paso, March 1 30,000 regular
and national guard troops here quar
antined in camps because pneumonia
is epidemic among troops. Quaran
tine will last two weeks,