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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…

EITOFT'S STAND.

MILLIONAIRE'S " BREACH."

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.LICENSEES' ORDEALi - I

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!MET IN  'MET IN HOTEL LOUNGE.|

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!MET IN  'MET IN HOTEL LOUNGE. DIVORCE COURT TALE OF INFATUATION. RATHER HAPPY FOR A I GRASS WIDOW." In the Divorce Court on Wednesday Mrs. Emma. Gordon, residing at Maidenhead, sought restitution of conjugal rights against her hushed, Mr. Charles Edward Grant Gordon, of Burgess HiH, Brighton. Mr. Gordon in a cross-suit claimed a divorce from his wife on the ground of her alleged adul- tery, which was denied. Counsel for the husband said Mr. Gordon was possessed of considerable means. He met a lady by accident in the lounge of an hotel in London. She told him with the greatest possible frankness what her past life had been, and that she had a child of whom she had to take care who was not the child of the gentleman she had been living with. Mr. w'don became infatuated "litt her, and witlm a few days of their first meeting they were married, in 1903. They separated almost immediately. Their mar- I ried life had been ONE LONG SEPARATION. A with intervals of cohabitation. In a letter I -he wrote: I am quite well, m spite of being away from your tender care. I enclose photo. I look rather happy for a grass widow. In a letter to his wife Mr. Gordon ii-rote iJUJN L PLAY THE FOOL WITH ME If you don't want me, stick- a knife right in I and have done with it." In 1909 he agreed to allow her £600 ye.arJ,y provided she lived I six months of the year with him.

UNIONIST LEADERSI

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J. B. JOEL SUED. ———

LIABILITIES A MILLION.

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