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Is happier, for she has lived and loved
both joy and sorrow.
More than any other person I have
ever known Paula Newton has been
able to stand aside and measure her
self and life impersonally and yet she
is the least self-centered woman in
Lately I, Margie Waverly, have
found that to be self-centered is to
(To Be Continued.),
SUFFRAGISTS NOW OUT FOR RECRUITS
HHHB raw' tSf . $ fKriK!
Suffragists have given up cam
paigning for votes and are using all
their efforts to get more recruits for
the army and navy. Two New York
suffragists are here shown nailing up
a "Wake Up, America poster.
WM. GALLAGHER HAS CHANCE
Wm. Gallagher, convicted 14 years
ago in the famous "pin brigade" case,
was ordered released today by Judge
Crowe on a writ of habeas corpus,
pending the hearing of his appeaL
His attorneys claim his conviction
has never been certified -by the su
preme court Gallagher was only
taken into custody two weeks ago.
MAN FOUND DEAD-
Body of a man, about 50 years old,
supposed to be that of John Conniff,
.was found in an. alley in the rear of
407 S Peoria sL bv Morns Gerber.
a newsdealer, at 6 a m. today. Cause
of death unknown. No marks of vio
lence Body at Gavin's, 326 S. Ra
Jas. R. Forgan, banker, shaken up
when his auto and auto of John L.
Wm. Welch, 40, night fireman at
Birchmont hotel, arrested on charge
of robbing home of Emanuel Marx,
1541 Birchmont av.