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by Frank Bering, manager of
Hotel Sherman, from J. Wt Boyd
Boyd was married in Ham
mond, Ind., month ago. Spent
honeymoon here. Certificate wa3
found behind dresser and mailed
to stop that Detroit scandal.
Officials of Commonwealth Ed
ison Co. have offered to help city
cOuhcll committee On gas, light
and oil fix the new schedule of
electric light rates.
There's ndthine we can think
df that officials of the Common
wealth Edison Would take more
pleasure in doing thah helping the
city fix its own rates.
Edw. Barthoimey, 59 W. 66th
St., rescued by Jackson Park life-saving-
Crew as his yacht was sink
ing under his feet.
The S. Clark st police station,
a six-story building, is slowly set
tling on its foundations.
R. I. Lipsy, saloonkeeper, and
brother of Harry Lipsky of
Board of Education, has filed pe
tition in bankruptcy.
Mrs. Hattie Barnes, 48, Colored,
fined $10 for disorderly conduct
by Judge Newcomer, started to
dance in court and Wouldn't quit
until locked up.
Joseph Moser, meat inspector
for Morris & Co., sued for $5,000
by Mrs. Paulina Metke, his step
daughter, for assault.
K. B. Czarnecki has filed suit to
have himself .declared president of
Polish National Alliance of North
America. Says K. Zychlinski,
present head, wasn't legally elect
ed. Judge McGoorty refused to en
tertain motion to dissolve tern
porary injunction restraining
Cora Abbott from running disor
derly house at 2132 Armour ave.
Coroner Hoffman will recom
mend extension of loop district to
12th st. on South, Halsted on
West and Chicago ave. on North
in his quadrennial report.
Mrs. Seliria Baer, 417 E, 47th
st., locked process server in hall
way of her flat, and kept him
without food or water for .24
Mrs. Baer has been conducting
a. little argument with her land
lord, Daniel Duffin, who lives in
fiat below, on the subject of rent.
Duffin says Baer has omitted
the formality of paying rent for
3 months, and .now owes him
When Mrs. Baer told Duffin
that site Was goirtg" to Europe
"under doctors orders" and
couldn't afford to pay him iny
rent, Duffin was exceedingly
Duffin swore out distress war
rant and gave it to Frank Wey
mer, 18, 4424. Langley ave., to
Weymer went to invoice Mrs.
Baer's, furniture. Mrs. Baer ob
jected, Using her nails freely in
Weymer quit invoicing, but he
was going to stay right in the fiat
Until Mrs. Baer Was in a less war
like frame of mind.
Whereupon Mrs Baer locked
Weymer in the hallway, nailed un
all the doors, and left him for 24
hours to ponder over his sins.
Weymer finally broke down the,