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forebears has given to countless children unclean instincts and'
curiosity about the most sacred and beautiful -things in life.
I am glad, my 'dear, that you have, by your sensble actons dur-'
inging this period, protested against this foolish sentimentality and
have helped, as far as possjble, to give to Motherhiod its dignity and.
grave consideration. The time will soon come when even the narrow-minded
and the'ignorant will see this truth as does your
HOW A RENT RECEIPT
QUEERED A BIGAMIST
Cornelius Kiley is a very, very
careless man, and "his disregard
of the proper safeguards that
should be employed by a man
leading a double life has gotten
him into trouble. Kiley has been
charged with bigamy "by1 the
Mrs. Edna Kiley, 5427 S. Car
penter street, was happy with her
husband, but she could not forgo
the inherent right of women to
go through her husband's pock
ets. That curiosity and Kiley's
carelessness were responsible for
In one pocket Mrs. Kiley came
across a rent receipt. Nothing
very terrible about ihat. Mrs.
Kiley thought it was very
thoughtful of Cornelius. Then
she looked again.
The receipt was for rent of a
house at 205 W. Ontario street.
Suspicions began to flit through
Mrs. Kiley's head.
"Huh," she said, "we never
lived there. I'll just put on my
hat and coat and see about this."
She went to the address men
tioned and rang the bell. A pret
ty young woman came to the
door. Mrs. Kiley asked if Kiley
"He is not in-now," answered
the young woman. I am his wife,
though. Can I do anything for
"You bet you can," answered,
Mrs. Kiley No. 1. "I'm his wife,
too. What have you to say.
Both ladies had a great deal
to say. They had a lovely, little
quarrel, and Mrs. Kiley No. 1
swore out a warrant for the co
operative husband. No. 2, Mrs.
Sarah Bowes Kiley, returned to
her parents' home, 2810 Diversey
Now, if No. 1 hadn't been so
inquisitive. But the real fault
was Kiley's. i He was too careless.
Yep, We've Got it Coming. '
Soon the pretty violet
Will peep between the leaves
To tell us summer's coming,
And cheer the heart that,
Then the budding poet man
Will thrill us with his song
And make the city editor
Cuss the whole day long.
You can't find happiness going
around looking for it. If you're
decent it'll come tojpu, ,