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now visits neighboring towns and
goes to shows.
U. S. Commissioner Mason an
nulled passport he issued to Chicago
girl. "Unsafe to go abroad," he said.
Dr. Louis Meyer, 1722Nt2th, fined
$25 for speeding.
George Stalhonlopoulos, 25, Ev
anston, arrested. Wanted in Greece
for murder. Is Balkan war veteran.
Health Commissioner Robertson
wants municipal laundry. Family
washing could be done for 5 cents,
O. C. Brown, Evanstonfined $100
for selling fake rheumatic cure.
Went into room to get money pinned
to undershirt Escaped.
Policeman Arthur Hoor, who was
beaten and arrested by sergeant, who
charges he was intoxicated, suspend
ed pending civil service trial.
Former County Tras. Wra. O'Con
nell paid in $203,677 interest money
collected during last year of term.
Chief Healey ordered arrest of any
body destroying or defacing street
John Ahonmos, former owner of
Clifford theater, 1537 W 12th, ar
rested for failing to pay war tax. First
No serious crime reported in 24
hours reported Chief Healey to the
mayor. "Fine" said mayor.
Officers of 7th regiment, i. N. G.,
inoculated with typhoid serum.
School board refused request of
"Union Trust Co. to give large Ameri
can flag to every school room in Chi
cago because trade mark of bank
would be on pole.
Master Baker's Ass'n of III. con
vening at the Hotel Sherman talk of
canned eggs and preserved: bread
that won't get stale.
Marjorie Russell, 9, bitten by neigh
TODAY'S ODDEST STORY
San Francisco, May 13. With the
coming of the jitney bus a brand new
cause for divorce action has been pre
sented here. Mrs. Margaret Rose ap
peared in court with a suit, alleging
J that her husband, Frank Rose, re
served the front seat of his jitney ex
clusively for women. Judge Graham
asked Mrs. Rose if terms of peace
could not be reached if her husband
would agree to reserve the front seat
for men and the back seat for women.
Both Mrs. Rose and her jitney-driving
spouse said such terms would be
agreeable and left the courtroom
arm in arm.
FLIRTED WITH POLICEWOMEN;
Gay dogs who flirt on the boule
vard should be sure they're right be
fore thev go ahead. John Ross knows
that to-day. He'll be careful in the
, John lives at 922 N. La Salle. In
age he is above the waistline of life.
As a gentleman, of good taste he is
deeply appreciative of the aesthetic
in the feminine. That is what caused
him to pause at S. State and 12th yes
He did not pause long. John well
knew that faint heart ne'er won fair
lady, so he braced right in. There
were two of 'em. John grabbed an
arm of each and proudly started away
with the two, just like a regular Loch
invar. The fair ones permitted his
escort to the corner. There there
chanced to be a patrol wagon. It
was there John learned that his fair
young chicks were Policewoman
Anna Cort and Marion Wightman.
"Ladies first" bowed the suave
John, as the three entered the busy
little blue buggy.
WIFE ERRS BUT STILL LOVES
Long alter Mrs. Anna McDonald
left her home and husband at 4650
Kenmore, she wrote a. note confess
ing that she had gone to live with an
other man and asking forgiveness.
She loved him, but could not come
The letter was read in court yes
terday. McDonald got a divorce and
the custody of their daughter, Marjory.
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