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untary separation, with the option of
selecting more congenial partners, is
reasonable when married persons
cannot . live harmoniously. J upiter.
-SAUCY LITTLE TIPS FOR HIGH
HATS THIS SEASON
By Betty Brown
A very high crown, a very narrow
brim and eight saucy little "stick
ups" of ostrich that's all there is to
Oh, yes, there's that Paris label
on the inside!
The new "stove-pipe," "flower
pot" or whatever you like to name it
1sa trying hat to wear, but wear it
, we must, for Fashion-Art, spokes
man of fashion, tells me this is to
be THE hat of the season.
JUDGE WADE APPEARS AGAIN IN
Still sore at the policeman who had
the nerve to place him under arrest
for speeding,' Judge Edward T.
Wade appeared before Judge Harry
Moran in the speeders' court today.
The charges against the judge are
speeding and driving an auto while
intoxicated. West Park Policeman
James Murphy filed the charges. He
waB supported by attorneys for the
west park board.
tCRONIN'S WORK FOR PULLMAN
CO, BRINGS REWARD
TheCserrices rendered by Capt
Thomas P. Cronin to the Pullman
company during the great strike of
1894 has brought its reward. Cro
nin ta "in bad" because of the oper
ation of slot machines in his district.
His trial is pending before the civil
In 1894 Cronin had charge of the
-police, that protected the strike
breakers of the Pullman company
and helped crush the strikers. His
work for the Pullman company was
the best kind of union labor- crush
ing work. When be was made a
captain the Pullman company
"worked the wires" and had him
placed in charge of the Kensington '
district, in which the Pullman plant
When the present trouble arose
the Pullman company hired Att'y
Fred Fake, former judge of the mu
nicipal court, to defend. It is said
the company has promised to see
that he comes out of the trial un
touchedf The Pullman company is
supposed to have a big drag at the
City Hall. Frank 0. Lowden, the
Thompson-Lundin candidate for gov
ernor, married Florence Pullman and
is one of the vice presidents of the
T. C. Asplund, agent of the slot
machine company whose machines
caused the present trouble that re
sulted in the suspensions of Capts.
Caughlin, Cronin and O'Toole and
Ass't Corp. Counsel Alfred O. Erick
son and Investigator Frank Buzsln,
is expected to be called as a witness
before the civil service board during
the trials of the captains.
"Say, young man," asked ; the old
lady at the ticket office, "what time
doe4 the next train pull in here and
how long does it stay?"
"From two to two to two-two," was
the curt reply.
"Well I declare! Be you tbe