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deserted her, gone to Scotland, re
turned and was arrested.
Frank Cook, 8, 1426 Asbury av.,
knocked from bicycle by auto of
Health Commissioner C. T. Roome.
John Sepracki, South Chicago,
thought drowned, living in alleys of
city, according to brother's story.
Mrs. Elinore Fisher suing for di
vorce. Taxi men tell of midnight rides
on 22d st.
Policeman Jas. Doyle, Fillmore av.
station, fired from force for shooting
of Policeman Maly after quarrel.
Selling forty $500 city bonds daily.
OAK PARK "L" IN BAD
As a result of its failure to comply
with the ruling of the Illinois public
utilities commission, which specified
that plans for elevation of the tracks
west of the city should be filed by
midnight, July 15, the Chicago & Oak
Park "L" has one of two alternatives
to choose. They may either suspend
operations on the surface or bring
each train to a dead stop at each
crossing. The latter plan would tack
twenty minutes or more to the pres
Attorney Gilbert Porter, speaking
for Samuel Insull, receiver of he
road, stated that they have no inten
tion of filing plans for elevation. The
"dead stop" order goes into effect in
SEN. FORSTS WIFE KICKS
Love and devotion made a getaway
as soon as politics entered the home
of State Senator Edward J. Forst, ac
cording to a bill for separate mainten
ance filed yesterday by Mrs. Rose
Forst, mother of the official's four
According to the allegation, Forst
was a devoted husband and father
until he was selected to go to Spring
field and help make the state laws.
There he met Miss Theresa Bolde, the
woman in the case. Mrs. Forst says
the pair now live in a cozy little "love
cottage" built for two at Pistakee
Bay, Fox Lake. Recently,, however,
according to Mrs. Forst, a visit from
the stork has added a third member
to the "love cottage." The senator's
wife asks the custody of her four
children, ranging in age from 12 to
LOOKS AS IF THERE MIGHT BE A
In the Marshall Field &Co. shares
of stock is no "no market value" and
no "actual value," according to the
tax schedule filed by that company
yesterday "and sworn to as required
Henry L. James, cashier for the
company, signs the schedule and
does the solemn swearing that the
60,000 shares of paid-up capital stock
at $1,000 a share has no market
value nor actual value. Here is the
way he itemizes it:
"Amount of capital stock author
"Number of shares into which said
capital stock is divided 60,000.
"Amount of capital stock paid up
f "Market value of the shares of
"If no market value, theyi the
actual value NONE."
The highest-priced lawyers in Chi
cago were advising Henry L. James
when he fixed his name to this sched
ule. So there is no doubt that a long
fight running up into the highest
courts will follow any attempt of
State's Att'y Hoyne to compel the
Field crowd to pay taxes on capital
stock as the law directs.
Ass't State'sAtt'y Berger was ask
ed: "What advantage will you have
in making this fight and how do you
expect to get any more results than
Maxwell Edgar, who after five years
got his case thrown out of the Illi
nois Supreme Court on a technical
ity?" "Ours will be a criminal prosecu
tion," said Berger. "We have a right
to open more books and ask more
questions and we have more power to
prosecute lawbreakers as criminals
and send them to prison.'