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GERMAN OFFICER WINS MANY
v 3oL.wn Boyadol
Here's the latest picture of Gen.
von Schaffer Boyadol, valiant soldier
and one of the bravest commanders
in the kaiser's service.
Gen. von. Boyadol commands the
German 11th army corps and he has
taken part In several "battles that
brought victory to the kaiser.
HONEST NEIGHBORS, TOO
Mr. Tallman's woodpile is just as
long and just as high as it was last
year, which is remarkable when
you consider that Mr. Tallman is
more than 80 years old. Holcomb
DONT LIKE "BILLY" SUNDAY
Springfield, Mass., Jan. 7. "God
forbid," was the exclamation of Dr.
Augustus Record, pastor of the
Church of the United, when informed
that "Billy" Sunday had been invited
BITS OF NEWS
Over 30,000,000 bushels of grain in
torage at Chicago warehouses. New
Mrs. .van Johnson, daughter of op
erators of $100,000 Angelus Ap'ts,
35th and Wabash av., suing for an
nulment of marriage. Just learned
hubby is bartender.
Fire starting in laundry chute de
stroyed old home of Arthur Libby,
packer, at 34th and Michigan av.
Safeblowers entered offices of Sell
strom & Kirby. 210 W. Madison. Got
$10 and $48 in checks from cracked
Anna Grabinski, 16, 4948 S. Paulina
and Blanche Wierkowski, 17, 4934 S.
Paulina, cut by glass in car collision
at Wabash and Lake. Many passen
gers shaken up.
Campaign started to increase use
of old Illinois-Michigan canal. Ne
cessary to prevent filling.
Martin Meffron, 3704 Greenview
av., found stabbed three times at
Sedgwick and Eugenie. May die.
Quarrelled at wake of George Hen
nessey, alleged burglar, killed by po
liceman. J. S. Smith, 2313 Kedzie blvd.,
dragged into alley at Pullerton av.
and Kedzie blvd. Robbed of $8. Says
robbers scared policeman away with
RICH MAN SUED FOR DIVORCE
BY COMMON LAW WIFE
Prominent society men, Including
founders of the Illinois Athletic club,
are interested in a suit for a divorce
and a case of wife abandonment
brought against Charles H. Gensing
er, professional club, promoter, by his
common law wife, DolUe S. Gensing
er. She charges he deserted her a
couple of years ago after being with
her since 1893. She also says they
have two sons by tne marriage,
Douglass, 20, and Ulric. 14. Th,e wife
abandonment case will be heard today.
. iaii.-A. wagkife