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Wm. Deware, bartender, 2000
-Ogden aw, suicide. Gas. Love
affair. County morgue.
Women will never go to prison
again in this state, if bill drawn
up by recently incorporated Illi
nois Dem. Woman's League be
presented and passed.
Police searching for J. B. Mac
Kinnon, business man, accused of
annoying and traducing Mrs, M.
Q. Ketcham, 845 Eastwood ' av.
He is also charged with violating
the federal postal law.
Annulment proceedings begun
in circuit court to set aside mar
riage of Emma Hansen Thomp
son, 15, white wife of G. S. John
son, negro now in county jail.
Arrested after their marriage at
Niles, Mich., on Jan. 13. She is
at Juvenile Home. Rev. Charles
Ager married them.
Aid. S. H. Kunz, 16th ward, be
ing sued for $60 and interest
since April 22, 1911, by Florencia
Vega Co., cigar firm. According
to bill filed, money is payment for
cigars used by Kunz in his alder"
manic campaign two years ago.
J. H. Ward, alias B'. B. Stirling,
arrested. Said to be one of six
"confidence men who obtained
$20,000 from F. P. For, wealthy
oil well owner, Terre Haute, Ind.,
- by means of fake roulette game at
Hot Springs, Ark. Case contin
ued to Feb. 11.
Official inaugural reception will
be held at State House from 8 to
1 1 o'clock Monday night.
Delegation of 500 friends of
Go. -elect Dunne made arrange--ments
to go to Springfield for
inaugural ceremonies. They will
leave Sunday night and be in
inaugural parade which starts at
10:30 Monday morning.
After inauguration, Gov.-elect
Dunne and wife will give lunch
eon at State House for their per
Mysterious fire in Royal Apart
ments, 4759 St. Lawrence av., did
$23,000 damage. No one hurt.
Abe Levey, 15, arrested on
complaint of his father, who said
he took all bedclothes and that he
had to dance all night to keep
warm. Boy released on promise
never to do it again.
Jos. Galucci, 1018 Aberdeen st.,
arrested for failure to pay his
mother $14 toward her support.
His wife said that she would leave
her husband if he had to support
his mother. "That's just a bluff,"
remarked the judge, and Galucci
was ordered to make the pay
ment. 71 precincts wiped out by
Board of Election Commission
ers, reducing number here and in
Cicero from 1.337 to 1,266.
N. P. Quirk, 52, 4645 W. Mon
roe st., 22 years a policeman on
local force, resigned.
Aurora club women are peeved
by statement made by Rev. J. W.
Holland in Aurora before a W. C
T. U. meeting that "80 per cent of
homes of Aurora are blighted by
Recount of votes cast for
State's Attorney at fall election,
showed late yesterday that-Wm. ,
A. Cunnea, Socialist, had gained
Unless Girard hotel, 402 Wells
St., has taken steps towards put-