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against Clarence S. Funk for
alienation of her affectiohs was
If Mrs. Henning's confession
be true, then someone paid her
$300 a month in ordej to destroy
the character of a man who tes
tified against Senator William
And it is now up to the state's
attorney's office to find out who
the person who paid out this,
money1 was, and why he baid it
Mrs. Henning says that Attor
ney Wm. Doriahoe was the man
from whom she received the
money for acquiescing in the
false charge against Funk.
Session of county committee of
progressive Republicans to be
held at pity club tonight.
The National JEdutatiohal As
sociation are having as bad; a time
at their convention as did either
of the two big political parties.
The city council did one good
thing last night. It passed or
dinance forbidding girls to sell
gum or other merchandise-on the
streets at night. .
Council also passed definite or
dinance calling' for bids on city
Chicago has been paying $40,-"
000 a year to nave its garbage
taken away, when that garbage
itself is worth many thousands of
Merritt B. Austin, Moraine
hotel, Highland Park, got divorce
after showing Judge Burke fet
ters of his wife in which she ad
mitted her love for another man.
Harry E, Wallace elected-trus-
tee of municipal pension fund to
succeed John P. Dillon, who
Chas. J. Schaub, former butch
er at County hospital, fired after
admitting he had stolen meat
from that institution.
T. F. McFarland and H. J.
O'Donnell, detectives, fined 20
and 15 days' pay by civif service
commission for accepting reward
for arrest of pickpocket.
Policeman- 'M. Sheehah, W.
13th st. station, badly bitten by
dog owned by Mrs. Jennie Cai;r,
2043 Hastings st. (
Geo. Wesley, 22, 2519 S. Wa
bash ave.. drowned in Calumet
river near 127th St.
Mrs. Urika, 47, 2537 Ems st,
attetripted suicide by gas asphyx
iation in her home. Revived by,
S. M. Tabor, 73, 743 Garfield
blvd, knbcked down and badly
injured by auto driven by Guy
Wadsworth, 7826 Stewart ave.
Otto George 18,. 7539 Emerald
ave., drove his motorcycle into
tree at Garfield blvd. and N. May
st. when he saw he was going to
run into boy. Badly injured.
Woman, burglar stole gold
mesh bag worth $500, purse and
$3.50 in change from flat of Mrs.
Vryl Marsden, 646 Woodland
Justine Laz, 854 N. 43rd ave.,.
and wife Aba, accused three
strange men of stealing pigeons'
from their butcher shop, thus get
ting themselves badly beaten up.
Little Buttons Block, 14
months old, caused quite a sensa-
'tion in Peacocjc alley Congress.