"Chicago is worst city in
world for fraud and collusion in
obtaining divorces." Judge M.
Woman's party of Cook coun
ty moved that open letter be sent
to Illinois Commission on Uni
form Marriage and Divorce Laws
approving their purpose to inves
tigate causes of divorce.
City Arty. N. L. Piotrowski
back from Washington. Con
vinced that arguemnts presented
against immigration bill Would
result in its veto by Taft.
Evanston without water. Ice
S. Reidy, 70, 1017 S. Wabash
av., killed by street car. Had $2,
700. Bomb damaged buildings at 9
and 11 California av. Oscar
Holmes, barber shop owner, be
lieved the target.
Fiannce committee of county
board will allow state's attorney
control of special secret service
fund and five additional assist
ants which he asked.
Mrs. Margaret Labriola, inter
preter in Municipal Court, indict
ed by federal grand jury for com
plicity in alleged bribe plot.
J. A. Richert indorsed for of
fice of city treasurer and J. Coffey
for city clerk at meeting of 16th
ward Democratic organization.
Lack of vocational training in
public schools was held responsi
ble for auto bandit outrages here,
by George L. Wilson. Chicago
Ass'n of Commerce, at meeting, of
Parents' Ass'n of Lake High
Board of education approved
budget for 1913, carrying appro
priations aggregating $11,415,
826.50. None will go toward
raising teachers' salaries.
Police ambulance arrived just
before car company's and took H.
Hornstrom, 4895 X. Ashland av.,
to hospital. He was seriously in
jured by Rogers Park car.
Miss Frances F. Spooner, at
torney, filed notice that she is
candidate for position of assist
ant probate judge.
Members of executive board of
now defunct United Police will
help State's Atty. Hoyne to ob
tain indictment against W. F.
Stine, ex-pres. of secret police
Illinois Vigilance Ass'n will
hold 5th annual meeting Feb. 12,
in honor of Lincoln's birthday.
Mrs. Carry M. Ogden, 2804
Prairie av., wants complete sep
aration from Dr. E. R. "Ogden.
Says he was quarrelsome and
A. A. Hill, 643 W. Madison st.,
fell in love with Miss Marian
Trask, 17, Minneapolis, when he
saw her picture in paper. Wrote
to her. Arrested for misuse of
Capt. J. J. Halpin going to Hot
Springs, Ark., to take treatment
for rheumatic attack.
Clean Food club yesterday sold
20,000 barrels of apples, worth
$70,000 in price-cutting cam
Aid. Tearney accused of 33 new
complaints charging him with
violation of 1 o'clock closing law
violations. Trial set for Feb. 19,
All-Chicago Epworth league
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