Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1943 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
trial on charge of contributing to de
linquency of two 16-year-old girls.
Boston. Mysterious thefts of
valuables purchased by officers of U.
S. battleship New Jersey resulted in
detention of petty officer of ship.
$3,000 worth of property rcrovpred.
Johannisthal. One killed and two
injured in mid-air collision between
monoplane and bi-plane.
QUEEN MARY WARNS SON EDDIE
Paris, Feb, 10. The course of true
love never did run smooth, at least
for scions of a royal house. Eddie,
the prince of Wales, it is said, is
learning it td his sorrow. His love
affairs in their rocky course have
twice run against Queen Mary's will,
have been diverted into new courses,
and have run against the same will
Queen Mary, in motherly manner,
The maiden lady of uncertain age
became very indignant when the census-taker
asked her age.
"Did you see the girls next door?"
she asked. "The Hill twins?"
"Certainly," replied the census
man. "And did they tell' you their age?"
"Well," she snapped, as she shut
the door in his face, "I'm just as old
as they are."
"Oh, very well," said the census-
but with unflinching severity, has
taken her son to task for a number
of incidents which have come to her
ears. These royal scoldings have had
their effect, and two very promising
love affairs, it is related, have come
to a sudden termination.
The prince is receiving frequent
admonitions about the "wiles of wo
men" from the queen, who, they say,
dominates in a very wiley manner in
her own household.
man to himself, and he wrote down
in his book:
"Jane Johnson as old as the
Mrs. Mabel L. Carpenter asks for
separate maintenance in suit for di
vorce. Claims hubby, head Carpen-ter-Scheerer
married her for money.
Willjam eHring, 743 Yk North av.,
Mrs. Berie Shaw gets $100,000
worth of stock as alimony. Claimed
husband was intoxicated for 2 years.