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dne av., ordered to pay $5 a week to
School Board protests against roar
of "L" near schools. Utilities Com
mission may act.
James Parker, wife and 3 children
taken to R. R. station in patrol. May
o rfurnished tickets to St. Louis.
Koeln's saloon, 120 S. Halsted st.,
fined $10. Sold drinks to women.
Verdict of coroner's jury forced C,
M. & St. P. R. R. to protect Glencoe
Lewis Levine, alleged firebug, dis
charged. Former Vice Pres. Adlai E. Steven
son ill at Presbyterian Hospital.
A. D. Currier, Evanston, hired do
mestic. Fired after two hours. Girl
took $35 rug for payment
Fourteen city employes, ages 61 to
75, facing merit board. Alleged to
old for work. Would get pensions if
retained until July, 1916.
Wm. Prochnow, 60, 2248 W. 50th
pi., bit by pet raccoon. Dead.
Fraud vote trials cost $37,989.
Brick fell from Hartford Bldg.
Dorothy Kelly, 1914 N. Kedzie av.,
Conrad Jenson, 6, 5915 S. Halsted
St., dead. Bonfire.
Books of John W. Worthington,
head of defunct American Banking
Ass'n, ordered examined.
BRADY IS SUED AND SOME
STARTLERS ARE EXPECTED
The suit of Mary Quinlan Kuhns
Brady against James H. Brady, state
auditor, promises to shed some queer
sidelights on the interesting game of
The lady with the several names is
suing Brady for breach of promise
and wants $50,000. For a long time
she was supposed to be the wife of
Brady. But, though they were le
gally married, they discovered they
had hitched up too soon after her di
wrce from Chas. O. Kuhns.
They separated last November. He
promised they would marry again in
May, when the required year's time
between divorce and remarriage was
up. But he didn't. Hence the suit.
Mrs. Brady says Brady has his sis
ter on the state pay roll as bank ex
aminer at $300 a month, but that she
really does no work.
She also says two other of his rela
tives are on the state pay roll.
Mrs. Brady has engaged Chas, E.
Erbstein as attorney, and he says
there will be some important develop
ments. P. S. (tip to politicians) Mrs.
Brady says James J. announced to
her that he was Roger Sullivan's
choice for governor at next election.
WOMEN SPRING THE REAL HU
The health committee heard some
more "expert" testimony yesterday.
Same old crowd sat around "Rev."
Williams, Sam Thrasher, etc. Pres.
Harris, Northwestern University,
thought a morals commission should
solve the question.
Sam Thrasher, committee of fif,
teen, talked same old stuff dance
halls, shady hotels, lawless saloons,
etc. Recommended training farm
Judge Goodnow, Morals Court, also
urged farm, and told of the useless
ness of fining the women. Then they
all talked about the ravages of syph
ilis. It remained for Kate Adams and
Dr. Rosalie Ladova to break the real
Miss Adams rapped the County
Hospital for failure to care for syph
ilitics if they haven't $2.65 for a dose
"Low wages and improper food
contribute heavily to vice," declared
Miss Adams, Dr. Ladova and Aid. Cul
lerton. Dr. Ladova aso said the committee
ought to get after the boulevard
prostitutes, who drive up in their
electrics and meet their lovers in.
department stores. ' '
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