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"Old Judge Skoove, our local cap
italist, besides wearin' a hair watch
chain, is.th' sole survivor o' th bus
iness careers founded entirely upon
an ability fer Spencerian penman
ship." HUBBY AND WIFE ACCUSE EACH
OTHER IN DIVORCE COURT
The testimony 'of a dentist and his
wife enlivened the divorce court yes
terday whe neach took the stand and
testified to the apparent unfaithful
n'ess of the other.
Dr. Ralph Hayden told how he had
peeped into his wife's bedroom at
4624 Clarendon av. and saw her with
A. S. Carruthers, who he names as I
co-respuiiuem. m a, uiusb um.
When Mrs. Hayden took the stand
she told of peeping into the doctor's
flat at 4414 Calumet av. There she
saw her husband with Dorothy Hig
gens. The scantiness of her hus
band's attire, she said, appalled her
until she looked at Miss Higgins.
GIRL TO EXPOSE-"TIP TRUST"
The inside workings of the tip
trust, who control checkrooms of
nearly all Chicago's big hotels and
restaurants, is to be exposed by a
Mary Hudwagnor, seven years an
employe of the trust, recently bought
their concession on the checkroom of
theh Cafe du Lac. When the stand
began to pay she was ousted, accord
ing to her charges.
Today a $10,000 suit against Frank
Oliver, proprietor of theh restaurant;
Otto Krahenbull, his manager, and
Policeman Flanagan will be filed.
"The tip trust controls every l
checkroom in Chicago which pays ex
cepting the Blackstone, Congress,
Auditorium and a few more hotels,"
said Miss Hudwagnor. "The girls do
not get the money, it is taken by the
She says Bernard Neuberger, Jac
ques Rousso and Al Weisberg com
pose the "trust" hich takes $100,
000 a year from the pockets of Chi
cagoans. o o
ALLIED WARSHIPS DAMAGED BY
BY TURKISH FORT FIRE
London. Two allied warships were
severely damaged by fire from Turk
ish forts in bombardment of Dardan-v
elles. British cruiser was hit by sev
eral shells and torpedo boat was dam
aged. Admiralty has issued no state
ment regarding bombardments
Nish, Serbia. In violation of re
cent agreement, Austrian gunboat
shelled Belgrade, wounding two
women and damaging house. Both
Austrian and Serbian commanders
had pledged themselves not to bom
bard unfortified border towns.
Washington. Unofficial compila
tion of sea fighting thus far, made by
navy department, shows British have
lost 43 and the Germans 57 vessels.
DOCTOR SAYS HE'LL DIE TODAY
According to his own diagnosis Dr.
Clarence Wall, one of the city's am
bulance surgeons, will die today a
martyr to his profession.
A few weeks ago he was accident
ally infected while giving an injection
of goat's lymph to a tuberculosis pa
tient. Blood poisoning developed.
He is 36 years old and will leave a
wife and baby.
SAYS LAZINESS IS GOOD FOR 'EM
iDelegates, to the Illinois Congress
of Mothers and Parent-Teacher ass'n
were told yesterday that laziness in
their children at the age of adoles
cence shoulcr-be encouraged.
"Children should be lazy," Dr. Lind-say-Wynekood
said. "An oversupply
of sleep Is good for-them. It enables
them to resist disease."