The following items were taken from the Dec. 24 through 30, 1911, Examiner.

The following items were taken from the Dec. 24 through 30, 1911, Examiner.


It may not be proper for a divorced woman to kiss, but she has a perfect right to receive oscillatory attentions, according to a decision given by Judge Walter A. Powellat Independence. James H. Collins testified that he had hired detectives to watch his ex-wife and they saw her on a hotel verandah at Excelsior Springs being hugged and kissed by another man. Judge Powell remarked “she was an unmarried woman and therefore has a legal right to receive attentions from men. Ex-husbands feel, though wrongly, that they have a right to regulate their ex-wives’ conduct.”