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proposed to forge Matters' signature
to ante-nuptial agreement. Widow
J. J. O'Keefe and J. F. Monoghan,
former det. sergeants, charged with
perjury in testimony they gave favor
ing "Big Bill" Egan, discharged by
George Hambs, 6740 S. Wabash,
pedler, held up. $123.75.
August Kuecker and wife in bitter
row before Judge Scully as to wheth
er they had eight or ten children.
Husband insisted there were but
eight Wife proven right.
Charge made that "near beer" be
ing sold in Hyde Park is intoxicating.
Traveling scale used in loop to
check up on work white wings are
doing. So many stopped to inquire
what it was that sign was hung on it,
"Don't he inquisitive."
Belgian senator, Henri La Fontaine,
in Chicago, says revolt of soldiers
might end European war.
Co-Operative Exhibitors' Supply
Co. and P. & W. Sales Co., 443 S.
Dearborn, denied use of mails. Ac
cus5jof making false promises about
E.Loeser, 2644 Best av., says $12,
500 share of grandmother's estate
awaits brother Bill, if he can be
Mrs. Edw. R. La Cere, 4064 Oak
enwald av., given divorce and $3,500
C. L. Deering, pres. Ass'n of Com
merce, lauds Pres. Wilson for calm,
sober judgment in crisis'."
Vaclav Kosar, 18, 1723 S. Jefferson,
killed by auto truck.
Bucket paint dropped from 12th
floor on head Mrs. Madeline Lund,
3466 N. Crawford av. Not serious.
Consolidation of all courts in Cook
county urged by Aid. Otto Koerner.
I love my dolly for her form
(The maid of Milo couldn't change
But, ah, the styles have turned,
And DoDy haa.to rearrange-tt
IS FIGHTING BROWBEATING IN
Miss Juliet Cunningham is busy or
ganizing the Citizens' Protective
ass'n, which will protect the witness
es to its members in courts by means
6f publicity. The association means
to abolish the lawyer that is a "ter
ror to witnesses."
COUNTY EMPLOYES KICK. ON
NEW PENSION LAW
A group of county employes went
into the superior court yesterday with
a petition for an injunction to stop
the enforcement of the new pension
law which will compel them to con
tribute monthly to a fund from which
they will derive no benefit
The bill originally read' to include
the civil service employes. Now it
includes them all and "it is a mattor
of common knowledge.that less than
one-tenth of the county employes re
main in the service for twenty years,
reads the bill.
Arguments will be heard Monday.
III. State W. C. T. U. pledged to
work for national constitutional
amendment to prohibit manufacture
or sale of alcoholic drinks. -