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kiss his 18-year-old wife before
going and after coming from
work every day. Told the wife
not to nag rat her husband.
Judge Hopkins, although a
bachelor, thinks this is good ad
vice. Francis Flynn, 6307 Yale St.,
with his father, has filed bill in
Circuit court asking the annul
ment of his marriage with Fran
ces O'Shaughnessy, saying that it
was brought about through force.
Flynn, who was 20 last Jan
uary, says he had known her but
a short while when her brother,
South Side saloon keeper, forced
him to marry her at Crown Point,
Ind., Nov. 1Q, 1910, at the point
of a revolver.
Jack Johnson, heavyweight
pugilist, has been warned by
Mayor Harrison that his license
will be revoked unless he con
ducts his saloon at 41 W. 31st st.
more to the liking of city authori
ties. Henry C. Garasha, 59, real es
tate dealer, committed suicide at"
his home, 632 Oakdale ave. Cy
anide of potassium. Ill health.
Nathan Cashman, 53, 1214 S.
Sangamon st, hit by auto driven
by L. D. Grier, 1013 E. 62nd st.
"Yank" Kenney stabbed in
quarreL with Edward Lee in bar
room of St. Charles Hotel, 217 N.
Clark st. Lee struck over head
with whisky bottle. Both ar
rested. Waif red Erickson, 20, driver.of
auto which ran over and fatally
'njured Mrs. Christina Akerson,
5554'Prjnceton av., July 31, freed
from blame by, coronet's jury.
Robert Petrole, 205 Ashland
av., River Rorest, knocked down
and robbed of gold watch by four
men in automobile. Overlooked
Hans Jasperson, 5212 W. Chi
cago av., driver for U. S. Sanitary
Milk Co., found crushed to death
under liis overturned wagon on
N. 46th av., between W- Chicago
av. and W. Superior st. Wagon
is believed to have overturned
after horse had run away.
Rather than be watched by po
liceman to see that no one wears
insufficient bathing cotume," citi
zens of Wilmette have decided
they would rather not swim.
Policeman on guard says that
since posters warning against
these costumes have been put up,
list of bathers has dropped from
about thirty to not more than
After being robbed of $300 at
Commercial ave. and E. 96th st.,
Joseph Stuper, Cleveland, Ohio,
followed and caused the arrest of
two highwaymen giving the
names of Thomas Simik and
Stolen money was not found in
their possession, but was believed
to have been hidden before the-ar-rest.
Rev Richard, Lt Williams, 76,
pastor of Presbyterian church at.
Ann Arbor, Mich., who disap
peared from the side of his wife
while they were visiting Grace-
land cemetery, has been reported
seen by employes of Graham
Brothers & Co., 1310 W. Lake st.
They say he passed the place
apparently, ill or in a dazed condi-t
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