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and I thought he was going to do the
same thing today," she said. "He
kissed me twice Sunday afternoon
and then called to. me to come in to
make up his bed. When I went Into
the room, he said: "This Is a nice lit
tle bed,' and caught hold of me. I
ran to the attic and locked my door
while I dressed. The next night I
shot him because I was afraid he
would compel me to submit to him."
JUDGE SCULLY TO HEAR VOTE
FRAUD PROTESTS TODAY
Mayor Harrison took an active
hand in the vote fraud war yester
day. He and John J. Sloan, campaign
manager, appeared in Judge Scully's
court with a petition dauning that
autos were being hired to aid.repeat'
erg on primary day
A hearing on the petitions will be
given by Judge Scully at 2 p. m. to
day. He notified all other candidate
of the action and invited them to be
Of the 1,564 suspect notices sent
out by the election board only 57 have
been answered, according to Dennis
Bgan, chief clerk. These notices
were aimed at the 18th, 19th and 20th
State's Att'y Hoyne declared that
he had received additional evidence of
vote frauds and would ask disfran
chisement of voters regigtere from
HURRAH! HERE IS ONE MAN
WHO IS REALLY NEUTRAL
Champaign, III., Feb. 17. One
American has had no trouble' in being
neutral. He is a rural resident who
entered a local store today.
rtTheh war is awful, isn't is?" said
"Is there a war?" asked the man.
"Bur-e, England, France and Rus-'
Slfc are fighting Germany In the great
est war in history."
, "Well, they have a nice day for it,
anyhow, the man replied, as
picked up his bundle and-left,
Having elected a speaker, the Wets
and Drys will once more become
Democrats and Republicans.
That Wet and Dry thing seems to
go deeper than politics and religion.
Well, well, well Medill McCor
mick, the great Roosevelt Progres
sive, is now neatly tucked away
under Boss Deneen's wing.
One by pne the rpses fall.
And it's funny to see the patriotic
Progressives back up.
O, yes, we'll stop the exportation
of wheat after its all gone.
Locking the garage door after the
auto is miles away
One sure way to keep our flag out
of that European scrap is to quit
shipping stuff to Europe.
If we can't ship to .one let's quit
shipping, to any.
No use sending ammunition to the
Allies with which to murder Germans.
Unless we can help the Germans
The candidates for mayorare get
ting quite familiar
Beginning to call each other by
their real names.
The trust papers are not doing
their fighting in the editorial columns
They're working the news columns
to beat the band and Harrison.
And, in the meantime, Andy Law
rence has packed his grip and gone
Looks'as if Bill Thompson was go
ing to give Deneen a real run for the
But the First ward looks like a pipe
CapL Lavln may. get to sloshing
around and step on Aid. Kenna's neu
And Kenna has more influence in
the First than all of the loop papers
Camels are fit for serious work at
five vears and their strength beems.
to dcHae at twenty-flv years.