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r Mme. Helen Dutrieu, foremost
aViatrice of France, wants to com
pete for Gordon-Bennett cup in
world's championship aeroplane
races here. Up to Aero Club of
Bull. Moose cocktail, having
nothing to do with buttermilk,
has arrived in Loop district.
How did MediU McCormick
ever become a progressive any
how?. When he sawed off his
Harry Lyons, 3511 S. Fifth av.,
and Miss Clarice Nolan, 3116-S.
Canal st., arraigned before Judge
Heap for "disorderly conduct."
Detective Stevens was com
plainant against Lyons and Miss
Nolan. Stevens very indignant.
"Why, judge, they were xin a
grocery store, and I saw Lyons
turn down the Jight and kiss and
hug Miss Nolan several times,''
"Did Miss Nolcin object?", de
manded the judge. "I did not,"
said Miss Nolan, taking a hand
"Case dismissed," said Judge
Heap. "Kissing and hugging are
not disorderly conduct not if
done quietly and with the lady's
Willie Hearst gone to Eu
rope. But Andy Lawrence will
manage Mayor Harrison while
Willie is abroad.
Director French of Art Insti
tute beliefs burglar who has
been ransacking North Shore
homes is someone who "steals for
art's sake, being too pbor to buy
the paintings' and artistic articles
his soul craves ' ,
Perhaps director of an art insti
tute feels that he has to talk artis
tic bunk every once in so often to
keepjiis name in papers.
Mrs. Mary Iglowitz, 406 S.
Halsted St.; Mrs. Lena Frank,
1151 S. Desplaines st., and Mrs.
P. Brooks, 1412 Elk Grove, av.,
slightly injured when eastbound
County Traction Co. car left rails
on 12th st. at Lombard av.
William Lorimer says he is go
ing to see to it that all the people
know the truth about trust press.
If Lorimer does this he will be
come a public benefactor.
Talking about trust press, one
of the funniest things in Chicago
just now is Tribune trying to ex
plain its attitude toward a state
For some reason or other both
telephone companies are handing
the newspapers a bundle of
money for advertising. Where is
the public going to get it next?
Mrs. Clara D. Pease, 529 Surf
av., granted separate maintenance
and $75 a month alimqny from
her millionaire husband, John
Pease, by Judge Scanlan.
Mrs. Pease, in her suit, shed
some light on Chicago's million
aire society men and women.
She said her husband beat and
kicked her daily, made her sleep
on the floor "because it would be
good for her health," and had
some half dozen or so affinities.
Gov. Hadley of Missouri blew
into town and had breakfast with
Sen. Joseph M. Dixon, Ro'osevelt
Hadley would like to be for
Roosevelt, but, like Deneen, he
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