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"PAID YOUR GAS ,1 ,BILL P"

1,000 MEN IDLE.

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OPEN AIR SCHOOLS.

I I ) RAMSAY MACDONALD.

LION CHARGES BIO-SCOPE. ———..———.

PLEURISY AFTER CRUSHED LEG.

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RED BLOTCHY PIMPLES ON FACE…

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MILLIONAIRE'S " BREACH."

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MILLIONAIRE'S BREACH." X100,000 DAMAGES ASKED I h- FOR. I The arrest ot Al. Octavio Guinle, described as a Brazilian millionaire, and member of a large exporting concern, with offices in many biji South-American cities, and also in New York and London, attracts unusual atten- tion (says the New York correspondent of the "Daily Telegaph"). Miss Monica Bor- dcn. who lives with her mother at New ork, alleges that the Brazilian promised to marry her, and on the ground that Mr. C uinle intended to avoid a suit for breach of promise by sailing to Europe aboard the White Star liner Olympia, her counsel se- cured his detention in custody for several hours, until he had provided bail of £ 10,000. According to the details filed by Miss Bor- den, the Brazilian has been occupying a suite of rooms here cot..ing £125 a month. She met him for the first time in May last., and on July 5th he represented that he COULD NOT LIVE WITHOUT HER. i Mr. Guinle knew she was to sail for Europe on that day with her eister Violet. Just before she started she got this letter from him — "My Darling and Sweet Mona,—I am crazy. I don't know what to- do without you. I have been crying since you left me alone without a soul to console me. You are the only woman I ever loved in all my life. I am willing to do anything for you. Come to me, and I am sure 1 can make you happy. You are my love, my soul, my life. I adore you. (Signed) 0. Guinle." Miss Borcten went with Mr. Guinle to a Roman Catholic church to arrange for the marriage, and on January 29th Guinle said he could not marry her because his mother objected, but that he would "always be her friend." His farewell note read Adieu, I love you. Millions and millions of kisses. Good-bye." One reason why Miss Borden thm I t Guinle was going to sail away was because a, short time ago he sent her aM the cook- ing utensils he kept in his expensive rooms in Ansonia. Plaintiff asks for £ 100,000 dam- ages, and says defendant is worth P,12,500,

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.LICENSEES' ORDEALi - I

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!MET IN  'MET IN HOTEL LOUNGE.|

UNIONIST LEADERSI

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J. B. JOEL SUED. ———

LIABILITIES A MILLION.

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