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Groja, 1534 George st, bartender. Al
leges improper gossip.
James Clark, 4920 St Paul av
fireman Acme Malting Co., 4501
Cortland, robbed of $105.
Supervision of terminal improve
ments of Illinois Central along lake
parks will be insisted upon by city.
I. C. expected to defy supervision.
Harry Ellithorpe, River Forest,
held to grand jury on $3,000 bonds
for alleged passing of bad checks.
Fire in building at 1448 N. Clark
routed tenants. Women assisted out
Sulphur used to fumigate beds
blamed for fire in Popular hotel, 884
S. State. About $1,000 damage.
A JOLT FOR CARNISHEERS
Collection agencies or instalment
houses -which continue the practice
of sending garnishee notices to debt
ors to scare them into paying will
hereafter be summarily dealt with. It
is an offense against state and federal
law for any but a court official to
send out a garnishee notice, accord
ing to XJ. S. Dis't Att'y Clyne's office.
Joe. Feuchtwanger, manager of El
mer Richards Co., 501 W. 35th, is un
der federal arrest and facing $1,000
fine and 3 years' imprisonment on a
charge of trying to scare debtors by
impersonating a government officer
on stationery that was engraved and
headed to make it look as if came
from a government office.
NEGRO ACCUSED OF BEING A
Six months from today, when
Theodore Thomas, negro, has finish
ed his sentence in the Bridewell for
being the keeper of a disorderly
house, he will face a charge which
may lead him to the penitentiary.
Traced by truant officers a num
ber of white an dcolored children go
ing to the Farren and Coleman
schools were found to be visiting a
flat run by Thomas at 4347 S. State.
Thomas is about 30 years pld. His
visitors were all less than 16.
. The children were brought to
Thomas by a woman, who asked
them to rehearse plays for a church.
Instead of rehearsals there were
The boys were taught to steal and
drink by Thomas, it is charged. Some
of them said they had been branded
by a red rot poker when tehy re
fused to do his bidding. In various
parts of the house stolen property
MILLIONARIE A CRUEL MAN,
Mrs. Clarence Dayton Hillman,
wife of a Pasadena, Cal., multi-millionaire,
after what she terms "16
years of unhappy married life," is su
ing for a divorce and a division of the
Married at 16, Mrs. Hillman sayS
her divorce suit is the culmination of
continued mental and physical cru-
elties. Eleven years ago a similar
action was started by Mrs. Hillman in
Seattle, Wash., but a reconciliation
was effected. She is asking for thel
custody of the seven children,