killed them in revenge, not
Guy Coombs, New York moving-
picture actor, sued for divorce
by. wife here, who calls him flirt.
Postmaster General Hitchcock
will introduce bill in -congress
that newspapers carry no. more
than 50 per cent advertising.
Why not a law that they carry
legal and bona fide ads?
Young woman who- commit
ted suicide in Humbolt Park-yesterday
identified as Miss Slciina
Zbrodzka, 1433 N. Paulina. .
. Frank Nichols, 14, 2818XS.
Canal, and shooting gallery in
basement of home. His brother
discovered his body.
Mrs. Matty Bertlepp 2537 S.'
Avers ave., suicide. Carbolic
Emil Kayser, 11437 Harvard,
suicide. Hanging. Despondent.
Illinois Daily Newspaper asso
ciation yesterday put ban on yel
low novels. Is this a slap at the
Willie Ranoften Hearst papers?
Frank R. Beefier shot and kill
ed his wife yesterday at 165 W.
Ontario street. Arrested. Claim
ed she had deserted him, and he
had followed her to Pacific coast
and back to effect reconciliation.
Senator Cullom was 82 years
old yesterday. He should be giv
en a permanent vacation from the
senate as a present.
Miss Virginia Brooks says she
his asked State's Attorney Way
man to aid her in purging West
Hammond of vice and been
turned down. Brolaski, before
civil service commission: "In
spector Hunt told me: "Wayman
and T are like two peas in a pod,
and you can't go to hini like y63
could under the old regime." Is
there any significance in the two
statements, taken together.
Emanuel Fink, 1317 N. Arte
sian ave., medical student, at
tempted suicide yesterday in
Snell HalL Will recover.
"In 'Japan William Ranr
dolph Hearst and his newspapers,
are considered the most powerful
of the American press." Sabuno
Shimada, Japanese editor. Sort
of affinity of yellowness. -
WHAT DAD SAYS ABOUT IT
Dad Says: I'm glad this po
lice investigation has gone as fat
as it has, for ther's no stopping
now and Chicago's in for a real
I thought at first it was one o"?
those old-fashioned fake crusades
against vice intended to fool the
people without putting a real
crimp in the politicians who get
rich protecting vice.
When you begin to srel to the
inspectors and the 'big politician;
then you're getting to the seat of
the trouble. For that's where the
big money goes, when it goes
The copper on the corner sel
dom is in with it. He's out in the
rain, snow, blizzarji and wind-4
He knows the men higher-up are
getting the coin. He knows
what's going on. And he either
turns petty larceny grafter df
gets mighty discouraged. ""
The life of a square copper isn't
avpleasant one. It's tough." If he
interferes with the protected;
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