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lowed machines to stand over half
hour period in loop. To give them
time to learn law.
John W. Worthington freed on
"con" game charge preferred by Ju
lius Koelling, 3842 N. Hoyne av. Sev
eral charges pending. "-
Mrs. Jennie Corsi, 929 W. Polk,
stabbed several times by man said to
be John Fastromrino, 930 Sholto.
Mrs. Bessie Turn, 1448 N. Leavitt
st., dead. Hit by car at Milwaukee
and Evergreen, after throwing her 6-year-old
daughter from track.
Nathan Silverman, 6, 1239 S. Jef
ferson, killed by car at 12th and Jef
ferson. Crowd threatened car crew,
who were locked up.
CORONER'S JURY IGNORES
Ignoring the testimony by patients
that he had been kicked and beaten
to death, a coroner's jury of Kane
county returned a verdict of "death
due to peritonitis, cause unknown,"
over the body of William Asche, a pa
tient 'in the Elgin State Hospital for
the Insane, yesterday.
Asche died Sunday. An investiga
tion showed his breast bone had been
broken, three ribs fractured and his
bladder was ruptured. The two pa
tients in the hospital accused Her
bert Winn, an attendant, of beating
Asche after a quarrel.
MRS. SHERIFF WANTS DIVORCE
! Mrs. Marguerite Sheriff, sister of
Banker John J. Mitchell, filed suit
again for divorce against her hus
band, Andrew Sheriff, yesterday. Mrs.
Sheriff recently inherited more than
$1,000,000 and her husband is one of
the most prominent lawyers in Chi
cago. The suit is based upon the al
leged desertion of Mrs. Sheriff in
MOB KILL CHRISTIANS
New York. Number of Christians
in Urumiah, Northwestern Persia,
have been killed by a mob of Moham- ,
medans, who carried off a number of
THE WHYS AND WHEREFORES OF
WIFE DESERTION NAMED
Men who are common laborers sel
dom desert their wives, according to
a survey of the reasons for desertion
in Chicago, being made by Mrs. Leon
ora Z. Meder, commissioner of the
public welfare bureau.
The survey discovered that there
was seldom a desertion where there
was a family of children and rarely
one in an Italian family.
Wives most often deserted were
those weak physically, or who were
extravagant, untidy, nagging, did not
desire children or had husbands with
The highest percentage of deser
tions was in American-born families.
"Lend me $10."
"What's the matter?"
"Just received a telegram from my
millionaire uncle that he's decided to
live a while longer."