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club's representative in Belgium.
Wants women to get together and es
tablish new industries in that coun
try. Committee appointed to probe.
Charles Dering, new pres. of Ass'n
of Commerce, predicts boom in TJ. S.
Kaelas Chowdhury, Sylhet, India,
Bengalese noble, suing Chicago Hotel
Co., proprietors of the Palmer house,
for $20,000. Was ejected Monday.
Taken for negro.
Capt. Meagher, Desplaines st. dis
trict, wrote letter to Chief Gleason
praising efficiency of men.
Patrick O'Toole and John Frawley,
policemen of Cottage Grove av. sta
tion, discharged from force for tak
ing protection money from 'Street
Rose Rabinovitz, 2001 Washburne
av., arrested for arson following
probe into fire in basement of home.
Powet Rokoezure, 833 N. Marsh
field av., out of work 6 months. Ar
rested for picking un potatoes on
railroad track. Discharged by Judge
Caverly, who got him job.
Bion Arnold, sup't board of supqr
vising engineers, said seats for all
passengers is a dream that will never
be realized in Chicago.
Annual report of Masonic employ
ment bureau issued; 662 Masons giv
John Kuric, Indiana Harbor sa
loonkeeper,, swindled out of $560 by
handkerchief game. Men took his
money and put it with theirs in hand
kerchief. Kuric later found green
Nine men suicided yesterday. All
about 40 years old. Ill health and out
of work causes.
Mrs. Anna Choatal, European war
widow, took out marriage license to
wed John Tuma, 2349 S. Homan av.
Husband in Austrian army.
That Michigan state senator -who
Introduced a resolution urging the
United States to buy Mexico prob
ably will propose to have Rockefeller
end the war by buying Germany.
DORIS DARNELL ASKS DIVORCE
FROM "MARRYING PASTOR"
Doris Vaughn Darnell, pretty
young Chicago wife of the Rev.
James M. JDarnell, "marrying pastor
of Kenosha," has asked for a divorce
from her "thrice-wedded" husband.
The bill was filed in the circuit court
Infidelity is charged against the
young pastor and Ruth Soper "Dar-
nell" is named as the co-respondent.
She is the girl Darnell took to Ham
mond, Ind. The legality of this wed
ding is questioned
Ethel Spurgeon of Avon, 111., the
third woman, says that Darnell got a
license to marry on Dec. 12, but she
is not sure that the wedding was ever
Darnell has disappeared, but as
State's Attorney Hoyne's men have
been working on the case from the
start it is probable that he is in their
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