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' Mrs. Otto W. Henssler, 3618
Indiana ave., whose husband is
well known Soufh Side physician,
vsays woman who marries doctor
is a fool.
Mrs. Henssler trailed her hub
by all over town in auto a few
jiights ago. He was with Marie
Wychodil, known as the Bohe
mian Beauty, and it was a nice
Mrs. Henssler says she saw
hubby caress Miss Wychodil, and
that this wa toso much for her.
So she horsewhipped both him
"You can't trust a physician,"
says Mrs. Henssler. "Their rela
tions with women patients are so
intimate, they couldn't resist the
temptations they are subjected to
even if they tried."
Publishers' trust thugs have
threatened to "get" Tony Ross,
president of the Newsboys' union
unless he calls off strike. x
Federated Newspaper Trades
passed resolution making matter
of record that they would hold
trust publishers personally re
sponsible should anything hap
pen to Ross.
Resolution condemning Police
Captain Paddy Lavin and his
corps of uniformed strike-breakers
passed by the Federated
Lambert Mann, 9, 7504 N.
Clark st., 5ied of mistaking rat
poison for root beer.
Mrs. Myrtle Broadhurst, house
keeper for W. L Kingsley302 S.
Hermitage ave., found dying on
soft in parlor. No marks of vio
lence. Police investigating.
Case against Emily T. O'Don
nell, school teacher, 5531 S. Hon
ore St., arrested forrefusing to al
low building inspector to inspect
building she is having put up,
John A. Rusk, 603 S. Euclind
av., fined ,$100 in auto court for
speeding, after admitting he had
New York spends $600,000 a
year seeing to it that it gets pure
milk. Chicago spends $30,000 a
year on its milk supply and
doesn't get pure milk.
' Jack Johnson hasn't apologized
yet for failing to keep his promise
to umpire the Federated News
paper Trades benefit baseball
Of course, it's easy to figure out
why Johnson went back on his
promise. The trust newspapers
probably told him he wouldn't get
much "space" if he helped out the
locked-out newspaper workers.
Andy Lawrence even tried to
"bully President Murphy into re
fusing the Federated Trades the
use of the Cubs park.
Miss Ida Dukes, the 19-year-old
New York nurse, who came
here to marry Wm. H. Failing,
whom she "met" through matri
monial ad, still being held by po
lice. Robert J. Roulston chosen
president of board of directors of
public library for fourth consecu
Wa Brett, 512 S. Leavitt st,
died of injuries suffered when
struck by Halsted st. car.
Wm. Prentiss, candidate for
Democratic nomination for gov-