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500 SO. PE.ORIA ST. 398 " TEfcMqNROE 353
Vol. 1, No, ll3 ', Chicago',, TuesdayEeb.', 19l ,. One1 Cent
WHILE HALF THE COUNTRY "IS- FREEZING,- THESE
. FOLKSHAVE A'wARM? SUNNY-'TIME -
Don't seem possible at this
time of year, does it ? '
But it is Sure thing way
down South a lot of Americans
are carrying' parasols and wear
ing bathing suits to4 keep cool.
This pictiire has just come
from Palm Beach, Florida. Pret
ty Helen ones, 'New- York' heir
ess, and E. V. Armstrong,', a rich
young easterner ,a"rfeseen bask
ing on the "beach on a sunny aft
ernoon. ' : t'
Some of the residents of Flori
da come north" every January to
enjoy the cold 'ofwin terT
"WOMAN IN THE a CASE"
REFUSES TO TESTIFY;
Fort Worth, Tex-, Feb.'6. At
torneys both for the prosecution
and the defense 'in tjjp trial of J.
B. Snead for the 'murder of Cap
tain A. G. Boyce, werd startled to
day by the sudden appearance in
Fort Worth of "the woman in the
She is -Mrs. .Lena Snead, wife
of the man' on trial for his life,
whose elopement with' Boyce's
son. led tothe slaying of Boyce.
Mrs. Snead1 was supposed to be
in British'Cplumbia, with young
Boycei 'But ifwas-not her unex"
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