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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 04, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 10

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Police Prosecutor James Reyant
could offelitilemsoIaTT6n---to -the
200-pound bride" of, eight months "who
sat in his office and sobbed and sob
bed and sobbed, th-tears dropping on
Reyant's desk. " v
Her husband, a little man With sky
blue necktie,- Sandy whiskers and ,a
celluloid collar, waited in the hall.
"I don'tjlmbwwhakeeps me from
walking Tight oulfnow-and slamming
him one," fobbed the .bride.,, '
Nothing quite so simple and sOseP
vere as the "tri-winged" hat has been
designed this spring by the milliners,
but no other hat of the season has
the chic, the smartness and distinc--tiottbf
this plain little hat of natural
The prosecutor moved a pile of affl-dayits-to
the dryer -side .of his desk.
"He used to say the taste of my
buckwheat cakes with sausage was
like a glimpse of heaven," sobbed
the bride. "That's how he won me,
darn him I couldn't help lovine the
little cuss. He praised my cooking so!
A11 through November he prais
ed the saus.ages-I'tnade him. It was
the same inDe.cember and in Janu
ary. '
"If he had told me that he liked my
cooking as he .always did, and loved
me jusc tne same as, ever, out naa
tired of sausages, it would have been
all right. But what did he do?"
"'What did he do?" asked Reyant
"He said he had eaten so many
sausages he felt like a porker,". sob
bed the bride. "He said he was start
ing to look like one, and last week,
when I set his cakes and sausages be
fore him, he began to grunt and go
"Sunday morning he was worse
than ever. It was what happened
Sunday morning that made me so
mad. I, bad visitors. Right? before
them all he poked his nose under the
plate and tipped it over, just like you
'See pigs do.
' "V'He says now he doesn't remem
her doing it. Maybe it's Tike he says.
.Maybe he's had so many sausages he
can't help., doing what Be does. If I
thoughtshe was fooling me about it,
I'd gorightout now and slam him
like I said."
The little man stood in the door
way. He winkecTat Prosecutor Rey
ant. The 2Qp pounds of, sobbing bride
turned 'in time to catch, the wink.
, ShQ ,roseand started for the door.
Before she reached it theTittle jnan
"waff "half way down the stairs.
Cleveland Press.
The little country of Sweden, wayN
up in the 'northern peninsula, was
the first to extend any measure of
suffrage to womenV'

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