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and gave all his money to the sup
port of his family, so that he did not have money to pay his way in, yet he envied the boys and girls who did have money to gain admission and who were mside baying a good time, In his own words, he was lonely outside. A Big Brother to whom this boy was paroled could see that he had healthful amusement in the places where this amusement is provided and of which the boy does not know, He could direct the boy's mind in the channel of study, of interesting reading. He could implant the seed of ambition and worthy desire to be come a success in life. Other boys have been arrested in poolrooms, another place where boys lounge who do not want to stay at home amidst squalor jmd have no where to go. And one-does not need to be a reformer to realize that a poolroom will not implant very healthful ideas m a young brain. Judge Scully appeals not only for Big Brothers to whom he can parole these boys, but he asks that business houses that- are in need of the serv ices of boys of from 17 to 21 shall send him their names, so that he will be able to'send-them boys who need employment. There has .never been a better chance for men of every creed and nationality in whose hearts grows the flower of human kindness; to perform a lasting service toward the betterment of the race., , And Judge Scully believes there are many, many Big Brothers who1 will respond to this appeal, once it has reached them. There cannot be too many, and any Big Brother who spends a day in the Boys' Court will realize the necessity of his co-operation, with the "Big Brother" who pre sides over it. whereIs SHE? It is contended that women over 30 years of age are eligible to the office of governor of Illinois. But where is the Illinois woman who is over. 30? WOMAN'S SUITS DRIVE MAN TO POVERTY AND SUICIDE Stamford, Conn., March 24. In the twilight of a life filled with many spectacular episodes that gained him notoriety throughout the country and ruined his career, Harry Thurs. ton Peck, 58, professor in Columbia University and an author of repute, suicided by shooting himself through the head. Prof. Peck's suicide was the climax of a long train of difficulties which began in June, 1910, when Miss Es ther Quinn of Cambridge, Mass., a newspaper woman, sued the profes sor for $50,000 for breach of promise of marriage, alleging that he had" maintained improper relations with her for months. This suit was filed after Peck's first wife had divorced him and he had married another wo- " man, a "brain affinity." The publication of Miss Quinn's suit against Peck caused a great sen sation inNew York and throughout educational circles the country over and columns of Miss Quinn's- sensa tional story were printed. This hurt Peck greatjy. Miss Quinn woja her suit ior $&u,uuu and later another suit for $100,000 for libel. It marked the end of Peck's prominence in edu cated circles and forced him into bankruptcy. He was living in a $4 room when he suicided. COLORED TEETH LATEST STYLE Colored teeth to match your hair. with a range of hues as varied as in the new line of wigs, were suggest ed to the international Dental Con gress in session here today by Pro fessor Edwin T. Darby of the Uni versity of Pennsylvania. He hinted that the time may come when fash ionable woman will have her hair, gown and fillings of her teeth all of one color. ' "Nowadays the artistic sensibili ties of dentists are -shocked by too . great a display of gold in the mouth," said Prof. J3arby.