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Mrs. Rosamond Guske, 5508
Windsor av., denied alimony and
solicitor's fee by Judge Honore.
Members of police department
"beauty squad" attended funeral
of Policeman Ed Dedick at St.
County Judge Owens chose 10
prominent Bohemians to serve on
two juries at insane court.
Unidentified man found dead in
excavation for new building, 28
N. Clinton st.
G. H. Currier, pres. G. H. Cur
rier Co., publishers, objects to
paying his divorced wife alimony
of $5,000 a year now that he has
remarried. Going to fight it out.
2,000 cases of oranges will be
sold by U. S. Marshal Hoy at 40
E. Michigan st. on Tuesday.
Fruit confiscated for misbrand
ing. - Will go to highest bidder.
Father J. Cavanaugh, pres.
Univ. of Notre Dame, will speak
at Hamilton Club banquet to
night, Hotel La Salle.
"Willie" W. Winkfield, sub
poenaed to appear before U. S.
Senate investigating committee
to tell "inside story" of theft of
famous "Archbold letters" and
their delivery to Hearst, is here
"broke," looking for some one to
lend, him money to get to Wash
ington. Thos. Mason, 1341 State st.,
stole stove. Fined $5.
L. Biochowski, 1645 N. Win
chester av., seriously injured
when he fell or was pushed from
North av. car. May die.
Prof. J. A. Lomax of Univ. of
Texas, will lecture on "Cowboys"
at Annie May Swift Hall, Jan. 14.
Louis Kruger, moving con
tractor, 7328 Emerald av., arrest
ed, accused of passing $10,000 in
Retail dry goods dealers and
general merchants from nine
states will hold convention at
Hotel Sherman, beginning Feb. 3,
under auspices of Retailers' Com
Ole Tablet entered saloon, 613
W. Madison st. Ordered drink.
Found dead later standing
against wall in rear room.
T. A. Collier, brakeman, Fort
Wayne, Ind., killed by Penn. Ry,
train at 57th st.
There is one living object that
parcel post authorities object- to.
That is health officers sending
diphtheria cultures to state lab
oratory by mail instead of ex
press. Law does not permit send
ing of contagious disease germs
by parcel post.
Petition for writ of habeas cor
pus filed with Judge Windes in
Criminal Court. If granted it will
bring about liberation of about
1,000 prisoners at House of Cor
rection on state charges.
Clarence Herbert, 19, 1922
Washington blvd., and father, L.
S. Herbert, arrested after Clar
ence had fired three shots at his
father, who attempted to gain en
trance to the house. Herbert is
prohibited from entering prem
ises of his wife by court injunc
tion, pending suit for divorce.
Tom O'Rourke, manager of AI
Palzer, has signed articles for his
man to fight Jack Johnson in
Paris Grand Prix night, June 22.
There are several obstacles in the