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Uay yon "wilt find "women "drank"
Rev. J. W. Holland, Galena
Captain J. J. Halpin and Lieuts.
J. Larkin, J. H. Tobin and M.
Zimmer were four of victims who
had their salaries cut. Refuse to
sign vouchers until explanation is
given. Have "struck."
Mrs. Louis Hogan, 1016 N.
Campbell St., suing M. Cairns,
600 Dearborn av., for $10,000,
charging him with having her
arrested in 1909 for stealing col
lie. Case continued.
R. P. VanderpooL 6149 Vin
cennes av., former member of
Wendell Phillips high school, as
serts that most recent crusade of
school board against sororities
and frats is regarded as much of
a "joke" as former movements
Although Mrs. Madge Ethel
Clark, widowed daughter of
wealthy Louisville, Ky., family,
was prospective delegate for
grand opera, she has abandoned
stage and is here to study avia
tion. Mrs. Ella Crawford, who
drowned daughter, Ella May
Crawford, 9, in bath tub on Nov.
12, 1912, and then tried suicide,
found insane yesterday and sent
to Kankakee asylum.
R. E. Burke, ex-sec'y of Cook
County Democracy, under indict
ment for alleged embezzlement of
$5,628 from funds of organiza
tion, demands immediate trial be
fore Judge Wm. F. Cooper.
After three weeks' fight, F. G.
Guske received divorce from Mrs.
Rosalind Guske, 5500 Windsor
"av. Charged her with going to
hotel with man.
Club women, who successfully
conducted sale of eggs, will con
duct sale of apples at half price
next Friday and Saturday.
F. S. Spitler, sec'y of White
City Electrical Co., suing Mrs. C.
J. Spitler, 5239 Montrose av., for
divorce. Named James Heffner.
W. J. Rinn, 719 W. Division St.,
suing for temporary injunction to
stop L. L. Filstrup, 3146 Sheri
dan road, from building 3-story
sheet-iron spite fence.
Board of Election Commission
ers made certification of election
of J. E. Ryan to Municipal Court
Mrs. Fred Hanselman, Oel
wein, la., want police here to
search for her husband. Had
$700. Fears he has been robbed
Roy Kitzmiller, chauffeur, 1813
N. 40th av., held to grand jury at
inquest over body of Wm. Brod-
ish, 50, 1739 N. 42d av., who was
killed by Kitzmiller's auto Wed
nesday. Sam Labow, 1251 N. Irving av.,
on trial, charged with abandon
ment. Said he had tickets for the
ater in 1911 and when he asked
his wife to go she said someone
else had tickets for better show.
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Mrs. Annie Dobbin, 920 Wood 4
St., struck by foul ball which went
over fence and entered her win
dow across from Cub park. Suing
Chicago National League Base
ball Club for $25,000 damages.
F. W. Jones, pres. 111. Tax Re
form Ass'n, suing County Treas-