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delinquency of 3 boys. Denied the
charges and presented evidence of
Eastman A. Burrows, consulting
engineer, 327 S. La Salle, got divorce.
Told court found man in wife's bed
room. Richard Lonharsen, drug fiend, ar
rested at detective bureau. Broke
into physician's office to get dope, po
Arguments for a change in venue
for Cap't Halpin, former detective
bureau head to be presented Judge
George Ferris, 15522 Center st,
suing for divorce. Named brother
Burton in bill.
Clarence Botternon, 2142 Dayton
st, fined $10 for practicing as archi
tect without license
FRUSTRATE PLOT TO FREE GEN.
HUERTA FROM TEXAS JAIL
El Paso, Tex., Aug. 26. Several ar
rests are expected soon to follow dis
covery of a plot for an uprising of
Huerta, Orozco and Carranza adhe-'
rents, with a rush to this side and a
"jail delivery" of Huerta.
The military authorities have today
felt that the plot, discovered late last
night, had been nipped in the bud by
the military rule under which the city
Five thousand regulars were under
rigid orders all night, military guards
were thrown about the international
bridges and all traffic of Mexicans
from Juarez was stopped.
WHOLE TOWN OF BRIDGEPORT
OUT ON STRIKE NEARLY
Bridgeport, Conn., Aug. 26.
Bridgeport was strikebound again to
day. Nearly every nonunion employe
in city is out, including employes of
department stores, laundries, barber
shops, corset factories and plants
manufacturing war munitions.
There are 8,000 on strike. They
mostly want an eight-hour day.
Bridgeport has always been an
open-shop city. If strike is-won it win
be most thoroughly unionized city in
Four arrests made. Many confer
ences scheduled. Reported that Sam
uel Gompers, president of A. F. of L.,
was due today.
"FUTURIST" SKIRT WORN BY
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Violet King, society girl of New
port, who has originated and is wear
ing this multi-colored "futurist"
skirt, which was an inspiration from
a cubist painting.