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HON. EDWARD OSGOOD BROWN.
In-f &e most prominent lawyers ia this section ol the Middle West, who m
raMtlr re-elected Presidest of the ChieatQ branch el the National Association
fat Ae Advancement of Coterea reepie.
It-t!T) CAP MEN AT THE L ttl
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AJLEOAD, 1ZTH iT
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Vr. E. G. Jordan invites the
pj trainmen 'who have donated; tr the
RPxal C M. E. Church building find
fe toi a ride out sad leak at ia aeivl
yntse, the walls of which a near-J g
Dearborn street, near 47th street, Bad
mases to be the most seders aad
tfJlj spacious race church Ja the city.
It icclJ inspre our youngsters to see
jii sste that this raagrrificant edifien
fa teiig erected by race brick and stone
ntsou under the keea and observant
rjts l Ber. J. M. Higinbothan, a race
7a Ferguson left Monday for St.
less. He will also visit New Orleans
td expects to return early next week.
Ju. Matthews is visiting in
I ad Kenad City, HI.
-Opt. Geo. W. Trice and Saul Shields
J exeellent work for the Y. M.' C A.
3 were highly commended by the
neabtn of the General Board. Cap.
Kce was chiefly instrumental in jnter-
&j Mr. Shields in the work aad
foad in hira a very efficient and vala-
Girfield Bell of the Bock Island tvas
a oiler last week. He has just returned
frw U extensive West and fieotkjvest
tror covering 2,300 miles.
AHea Thomas was humming "Almost
PeEided" several days ago. Prior
tosaiuig this city his home he -was a
piia in the Salvation Army ia Ga
& Should he draft a company
are sure that there is Hraeh
P that he can accomplish.
Ju. Edmunds, recently fr Atlanta,
"js, "Maybe he wDJ visit the all
Horatio Matt and w T. p.U- i'Jt
Mel Literary last Sunday and are
P of the invitation extended thea
" this column by our chief -asher,
gr V?. Trice, who is president pf the
"y- "Some meeting,' says Mr.
V'aa that Atteraey MelUsen 4eM
fets about Lincobi and Douglass
tJi I aever knew before. ' ' Mr. Molli
J naki with the foremost attorneys
tvy.7 and Htcrary or lycewa
"SUy favored if they secure him as
Jako- Mrs. Pulley, assisted by Prof.
J7 7 Mand.r rendered a beaatifnl
Tomorrow (Feb. 17th) afteneon,
3o o'clock, the society will be en
J10 by the Woman's Cferktian
J? Union, and nddressed by
rational president, Miss Helen
j. nd Miss E. Marshall, state se
"2 ."" Lize Bobinsen has ar
W a connection with the abore-
speakers a very entertaining
Pa- Miss Minnie Lewis, FatisMl
jT" soloist, wiU sing aad Pref.
-j a cnoms Will n1n nA .
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Kf- - carry, pnsen aa4 jaU
2t, and many ether preQ
anution is extended te erery-
CPt G. W. Trice are ef aeh
Uate to our chief.
amvTf at New :HeP i
IM hrra continued sseeeK. "
jg-nooaiaaa, whe ha bew
" aow verymaehisipuna.
Sy Attorney Hearts B.
!This column m ei to rsndere ef The
Broad-A? fer lege!
interests AH questibas are to be ad
dressed tp Atty. Harris B. Gaines, Edi
tor sf she Lessd Helps Department. Na-
fester Bldi, 6221 a Halsted.
nersoual answers will-be riven un
less racJaand postage is seat. Corre-
spoadeaee must be received by Wednes-
rday of each week.
Chieap, HL, Feb. 9, 1918. (Editor
of Legal Helps): My father married &
woman who had been divorced less thaa
a year at the time of the marriage.
Father died 2 months ago and willed his
property to his wife, fimwia .......
J have been told, that the marriage is
void and for that reason the will of
my father leaving h property to his
sappeeed wife is iHegel aad cannot be
$af oreedr -Can X-feave-the will set.aside
on account of the illegality of the raar
ri'aget W. D.
No. The intention of your father
mast role in cosstraing his wilL It is
ony necessary fora testator to suffi
ciently describe a person so that he may
be identified. The wife being described
and identified in the will as the person
te receive yoer. father's property, the
legality of the marriage is immaterial,
for lp could haye wjjlpd her the prop
erty if he was not married to her at alL
Chicago, Feb. 11, 1918. (Editor of
Legal Helps) : My son, when he was
20 years of age, purehasad a motorcycle
for $110. When he grt fcaiessipn ef
the motorcycle he stenad that it ana in
poor condition and not worth .the prise
he paid for it. He returned the cycle
ta the vender and demanded his money
back, which. ws refused. On Feb. Z,
I he became 21 years of age and again ds-
mands4 bit money. The vendor refused
to return the money and take the cycle
back. Can my son force the seller of
the cjete'o eTtnr thi mnej even
though he has used the cycle several
monthsf 3C. T.
Yes, when a miner reaches legal age
he may rescind contracts made while he
was s miner. According to the facts
you state your sen has doae no act after
his majority thai weald shew an in-
4ention te ratify the contract made
while he was a miner; therefore he. has
the right to rescind the contract with
in a reasonable time after reaching his
Cfcffago, Feb. 12, 1918. (Bditer of
Lead Helps); A .man has been sick
fer Ave yearn and at ,times he not
mentally responsible for his acta. Often
he talks eat ef his head Cad dees pe
culiar things. When he is in this right
4d he cannot recall seme ef the
things he says -and dees while in ne ef
fckipaUtv Sem tima9,wkileJ one
ef his spelk and not mentally reeponsi
We f er h aet, i nertaSs
claims and meney to a relative. Se
4eeemtreeaB the net and tonxienata
bnve h Treferif retarne. v o
ferae the fjtlve t fecarn the prep-ertyf-JT.
Tee. By taking- the prefer the
sinicimmit ean be set aeiig 'ai tha
preperfy retamed W iim. Yen eannet
ecf eree s eeatraat afainet ftersem who
If meaeajry insajtable efjaaring a vaHd
eentraec. " -
Mrs. Mneia Bebb, U SHle,WaL,
If in, the aityrt&;"kr.Teftar,ad
Jus faaflr. Bar. Wr& Braxton, efeap-
ian ec m avta. u. b. iinmcj. -
watxesaain hare anfctt after hi depar
sue far Oasap !,
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Prtt Geldwin Smith, noted Cana
dian scholar, in his "Last Wards on
Baligxoa," aaid: 1'The belief seem te
be gaining grand that Ufebeyend the
grave is a fend delusion, at beetnrspee
ttlailon, that man lies down and dies
like a deg, that death levek the great
est benefactor with the worst enemy ef
aakini' The physioleglaal net of
iytag U the same with the greatest an
in the world, or the most inferior class.
The distinction of one ever the ether
after death .depends en the estiaaUen
we attach to theiraets. But few men
erer had a better monument ar epitaph
to their memory than Byron's dog,
"who had all the virtue of man withent
hk yieec" Who could demand more!
Ia nets of fidelity he puts man to shame.
LAman is not maligned when it is said
of him, he died like a dog.
MISS WAZEB8 GETS POSITION AT
Washington, D. a (Special) Miss
Phyllis Wheatley Waters, the talented
daughter of CoL and Mrs. Phil Waters,
of Charleston, W. Vet, was appointed
last week as instructor of French in the
Department ef Modern Languages ef
Howard University. Miss Waters is a
graduate of the University of Itiehi
gas, and throughout her eeurne the
college and in the high school at Ann
Arbor she was a favorite with teachers
and rlsjmiist She has ihe'diatiac-
the history of the University pf Michi
gan to wm her letters ia athleties, and
for several terms was captain ef the
basketball team of the institution. She
finished with higu honors in the class ef
DEATH OF MSS. EMMA WIBBLOW.
On Thursday afternoon, February
lith, Mrs, Emma Winslow, who was
one. ef the oldest otisena of Ghicage, re
siding at 55S6 Soeth Wabash avenue,
passed away after a short illness. Pneu
monia being the immediate cause ef her
death. Only a short time ago Mr. and
Mrs. Winslow celebrated their golden
wedding and at that time she was the
pietnre ef health .
Funeral services will be held over her
remains Monday morning at 10 o'clock
at her late borne. Interment at Mt:
Mrs. Winslow leaves a loving hus
band, Mies Edna and Hattie Winslow
aad Mrs. Valette Dresden, daughters,
and many friends to mourn her depar
DEKEEN MEN TO BAOK DE PXIBBT
The Deaeen organisation of the See
end Ward prepared to swing ia back ef
Oscar De Priest for alderman of the
Seeend Ward at a meeting sailed nt the
e$ee of former Jadge W. W. MaxwsD
late Tuesday afternoon. The leaders in
the organisation who favor the former
aldersan are; Attwney MaxaraU, Frank
Jackson, Fred T. Fertiak and Capt.
Louis B. Ind.. The Madden-HsrtiBg
forces are aupporting Ms jor Jacksen tot
eldmnan. Oerperatien Ceaasel Btei
son has declared neutrality in aH alder
manic battles, following the policy of
Corporal Fred Moore of the 10th Cav
alry is visting friends in the city.
Mr. E. C. Deas is havifig splendid suc
cess with his C. E. choir at Quinn
Te UniTereity 8ociety has aken
out a eneyear'a subscription to THE
BBOAD AX -
Lieut. Athdneand'Sergeaat Cyril Ka
pler were among the boys at the Celi
swf 'Tuesday evening. '
MisaXatie Clayf 4409 Prairie ave
nue has been in -fer the -past few days
but ia. new able te be out again. .
Mies Lain WOsen, 3fit7 Secth Park
avenue, is making geed-M msuagw ef
the Ggar Store, 33rd and Seuth Park.
Private Andersen MeCey ef Oaap
rsnt spent the week-end with.-hie par-
eats and family, 3736 Jrereet avenue.
Mrs. James H. Jehnaea, WM Prairie
nrenne, wenld feel agreeably enrpdeed
nd. deHghted te reeeive a Tiattirem
bar Jsneband, Uent-CeL James B.
jJehneen, before tte.70thTT. 8. InJan-
y departa fer-ttw trenaaes m raaee.
" wtfiYa FeJtfrfeSt'
53wee -yno are obliged to fctaod
whfle at week dnTing the day win find
t Jfcafewy, latffved feetteg la the
feet wa be reHerad by bilking the
feet njgbt and corning vitk nplxlts of
auapfeor, affar flr baviag waabed the
feet with cold water and soap. Dar
ing the bot weather the feet wm not
tire and feel ke lead" if one's stock
lags and shoes be changed every day.
The entire-weight of the body rests
emoa the feet ad the feet teceaee
greored, feel sere and sens snleas they
are cared fer and provision saade to
change the pressure. This can be ac
complished by merely changing the
stockings and shoes, if one has no op
portunity to wash the feet daring the
If the feet are moist and inclined to
sweat, talcum powder or chalk dusted
into the sotes of the stockings will give
ranch comfort while one is obliged to
be on his feet
Origin ef Potato Bugs.
Potatoes biased the way to the bugs,
which have proven our great and de
structive pests. Potato bugs were
Colorado beetles and lived contentedly
on the sand bars of the plateau land
in that part of the country. The sand
bars, from a botanical standpoint, are
distantly related to potatoes and when
civilisation brought the potatoes to
the Colorado regions the bugs trans
ferred their attention and affection to
the tenderer and jeder vines. Then
the bags fulte rapidly followed the po
tato apnea toward the east, appearing
In Iowa in Civil war times, crossing
the inntlimtpgl abort W&i aad reach
ing New York and the New England
states In the Ttrs. In the early years
of Its. eastward- migration the potato
bug was considered as being deadly
poison, but a nearer acquaintance with
the pest dispelled this lmpressloB.
Parent Has a Strange PaL
aeena in Kensington gar-
tailed, rosy-bcSed scat limf earns lis
ltors by its swift, strong flights over
the elm tope screaming harshly as
it .goes, This is a wild parrot once
Ktamwt It has aiready weathered
several winters in the gardens, and
will fly down and take peanuts placed
em the f enelng. It has bo aaae of Its
kind, bt has formed a remarkable
friendship with a weod pigeon, with
whom It is often sees ia company, and
the quaintly sorted pair fly off togeth
er at dusk and sleep side by aide hi
the same nest.
WHERE BITES ARE TREATED
tHaeten Dispensaries Cure Many Afri
' ana Who Sustain AH Manner ef
to the nslsetea dispen
saries to be cured of bites from nil
kinds of animals, and a large num
ber of them are cured. The common
est sites are from snakes. Bay a wrtter
In World Outlook. In Inbambane are
JS to 20 varieties of poisonous snakes,
some very deadly, -whose bites mean a
fight for life. Hyenas kill or carry
off hundreds of children each year,
and most of those who are rescued
have terrible scalp wounds, as the
hyena carries a child by the head.
Other biting pests ef she region are
Hobs, frees whom few escape alive;
scorpions, very potooneos and fond ef
retting into beds; hypo flies, large
sses that la biting take huge pieces ef
fesa aad cause great swellings;
sharks, ef which the bay is full.
the meet common, bite and
the hardest te heal, is the
bit The Africans
get mpTin their teeth te goad
vantage. There Is scarcely a
hag that sxrera) da set cease fto the
ssspeaaary. One beg had bis lower
Up bit off, and for him a new Up
I followed with Interest from tteete
tlsse the Inseeeat errors ef the little
-bine-eyed helpmate of the oftcev X.
'desbt not that, without her help, great'
!er mlHfnsirs ia typing would be made;
pt fa sfefHag r grammar, perhaps,
fet such as these: "Dear, Sir yess
.ef the 1st recelTed andla rery wfll
Be that as it may, I hare one here
which I think worthy of a paper. I
dictated as foDews:
?8ach a proposltloa, couched as it
Is in terms to mislead the jury, hiaot
a true statesseat of the law. Is aaten
jbte and is certain to mean defeat te
the sads of justice.
My stenographer evidently thought
that ear coarts nee a defeated litigant
;mca aa father does a safT8cabr
-jmltor far (Sanghter'a Jtaad, fer aba
acb, at armjoaUioa, coached as it Is
a terms to mlilurt the Jary, Is aet a
true statement of the law, is aatemb)
aad'ia eertaln to meet the fast la the
Isaac ef-sba jwOce." Weefs Seeks.
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Mate ft atewfresa a aeapct a
lata amsft pistes, with tha
vara csafsi ef. csraaual te
sett death; Jet eeel; thea mtx te
mspfml af. fear atered trift two tea
spaafata.af baking aewtfer; add eaa
mix tkereaghly; form una
inHs aad pat -these lata
Jer abt tott 3f juiaatas af
Sisal mmahft platter,
jsrary erer afi aad arrange she
fa piece af bread at the.
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PGWfi OF JOY RULES WORLD
Pala, Deelares Weman. Lecturer,
fAeald Never Be Resorted te in
Cefrestlfif IMmly WMraR.
A Vpsjas is lectoring In tha Bast
on 'The Influence of Joy." It Is also
an attack aa the fcaaaeace of pain,
which p&ranU so meh raeert to in
the management of children. She de
clares, according to the Ohio State
Journal, that pain should never be re
sorted eo te make children good, aad,
hence, she advises that aH spankings
and whlpphags should be eliminated.
There is nothing la pain to recon
struct a child. Joy is the only medium
that should be need. Make a child
happy. Instead of sad, is the gospel
of child training. The. power that
lived, moved and rated the world, she
said, was the power of joj; and this
was the influence the parent should,
use in training the child. This is not
the way of parents. The rule is to
whip the child to make him good. It
cannot result that way, A kind word
and a gentle asoctetn are far more
powerful than a rod or any other
saetBod for predaciag sorrow er pale.
The other day we heard a mother
shout to a little 'boy; TH skin you
altrer That ts, enough to make a
worse boy ont of a bad one.
The mHd power wins" is an eM
adage and every parent abesid take
It to heart.
CAUSE OF TIRED FEELING
Complaint, Common With Many Peo
ple Every Merging) Pun to Press
ure f Too Much Purln.
The fjisHur coadHlea In which
wakes up ia she noratag, after a good
night's rest, with a dry month, spirits
depressed, feeasg tired, ashing el
over, was expMned by Dr. Nathan
Bosewater of Cleveland in the course
of a discussion at a recent meeting
ef the American Medical aaseeietkm.
He said.such a-perasa wfll g ahead
and is a hard day's verk and feel
better as the hours pass, antJl in the
evening all signs of trouble have gone.
Such a person eften bad severe pains
in the abdomen, the muscles of which
were extremely sensitive; but the
store they were pressed the less seas!
tlve they became.
This condition is not; as often be-
Ear-bHrned Twenty Years
Telephone: Panola 195 and 909
P. D. Madigan & Co.
This Store for Everybody
296-307 East 3U St, Corner Forest Ave.
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fHINGS THAT WE LAUGH AT
Inanlraate Objects, Because ef
elation, Used by CsmeeMsas to
Cause People te Smile.
The Intrinsic humor- possessed by
inanimate objects Is a study In itself.
A person has but to lift up a string
ef sausages te nsnke us smile. There
must be some curious association ef
Ideas, writes Rob Wagner In the Sat
urday Evening Post, that has always
made of sausages a favorite prep for
the comedian. The popularity of spag
hetti us lauch provoker probably
lies in the great difficulty of eating It
with dignity. Because of some strange
significance, lawnmourers and baby car
riagefl are potential of much mirth.
Inanimate objects ore not the only
facetious things In life; among the
fruits and vegetables we find are com
edians. We have a complete flora and
fauna of comedy that every director
Is supposed to know. The edible props"
of pleasantry, are the cabbage, prone
and ealop ; while among the animals,
the jackass and the mule get the long
est laughs, though I believe the goat
produces the strongest.
0 We had a stspid director who
thought because a Shetland pony of
fered such a tremendous contrast to
a mule he could hitch the two to
gether and get' a lot ef laughs. It cost
a bunch of money to convince this
unanolytlcal chump that people regard
these diminutive horses much as they
do beautiful children; they are too
sweet and cqte to be subjected te the
slightest Indignity. Sheer beauty is
OLD CHURCH WITH A HISTORY
St Martln's-ln-the-Flelds Has Pews
Permanently Reeenred fer
Sovereign and Prince.
There are many interesting associa
tions with royalty attaching to the
historic church of SfMartin's-In-the-FieWs,
where the king and ueea re
cently attended a special service. It
is net geaataly &Jrwa, states a Le
deo cencspeaaenc, "that pews are per
manently reserbed there for the sot
-erehja and the prince of Waits owing
to the fact tiat it is the JBOther church
of all the royal parishes, and the parish
church farBBcUshasa palace.
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