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Marx, millionaire sign man, granted
$15 a week separate maintenance.
James P. O'Malley, 215 Aberdeen
s't, fought with parents. Wen! out
on street and swallowed two bichlor
ide of mercury1 tablets. County Hos
pital. May die.
Patrick Tannon, 24, Italian track
laborer, stabbed in fight near Argo,
HI., Thursday by unidentified man,
died last night
Lyle Davis, 17, 7921 Drexel av., be
gan crime career by trying to hold up
Park Policeman John Schrewbridge
in Washington Park. $200 and costs.
Band concert in Grant Park to
night. Following a quarrel over a girl,
Thomas Mullin was shot and prob
ably fatally wounded by Charles
Maurer in Price's Cafe, 2328 Indiana
avenue. He escaped. Mullin at St
Following her desertion by the man
she married week ago, Mrs. Mary
Crinkok, 30, 4318 Metropolitan pi.,
hanged herself this morning.
MAN SLASHES WIFE'S FACE TO
SPOIL HER BEAUTY
Frances DatiDa's face has played
havoc with the love of Michael Ray
mond, a musician.
Frances is rated one of the most
beautiful girls in the West -Side
She sings in a cabaret show. There
she met Raymond, playing in the res
taurant orchestra. They ran away
and were married.
A week ago the break came. Ray
mond was jealous of her face. Men
turned in the street and looked at
her and Raymond would sulk.
Frances returned to the home of
her parents, 704 S. May street Last
night he called. He was in such good
spirits his wife thought their quar
rel was over and she laughed and
joked with him.
When they were alone, however,
he drew a razor and stilletto from his
pocket and slashed her right and left
across the face. Then he fled. .
The girl's father came in and
found her on the floor. He rushed
to a drawer and secured a revolver.
Then he started out after Raymond.
Neither have been seen since.
The girl was hurried to the Co
lumbus Extension Hospital. She may
recover. But her beauty is gone.
STILL NO RAIN
Kansas City, Kan., Aug. 16. Gov.
Hodges refuses to issue proclamation
calling for a day of prayer for rain.
In Seward County, Kan., where
there has been no rainfall for two
months, families have left their
homes and gone into camp around
the few wells that still give water.
At Thayer, Kan., farmers are haul
ing water four and five miles from
the Sante Fe Lake to water their
. Kansas City, Mo. Showers early
today brought temporary relief from
heat in Oklahoma, Missouri and Kan
sas. St Joseph, Mo., and Concordia,
Kan., with official temperature of
104, hottest cities in Middle West.
Mines and mills are closing down
because of lack of water. Railroads
hauling water long distances to keep
trains in operation.
WON'T PROSECUTE DUPREY
State's Attorney Maclay Hoyne
will not prosecute Edward J. Duprey,
who killed Henry Cronimus, the aged
photographer, who was alleged to
have mistreated Duprey's two young g
Duprey was exonerated by the cor
oner's jury on an unwritten law plea '
solely. After the inquest he was taken
to Mr. Hoyne's office with his attor
ney, Charles E. Erbstein.
Mr. Erbstein and Mr. Hoyne held a
long conference after which the pro
secutor announced that he would not
present the case to the grand jury
unless the relatives of the deceased
made a demand upon him.