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charge of beating her and taking dia
mond ring. Punched him as police
led him away.
John R. Schiller, 2236 N. Maple
wood av., hurt when elevator fell
four floors in Cohn bldg., 216 W.
John C. Buckbee, mining engineer,
told Judge Kersten of wife's alleged
misconduct' Judge indicated he
would grant divorce.
Mrs. Rose Beaudette says she had
to call police to protect her from Dr.
Jos. W. Beaudette, 1724 Ashland
blvd. Wants divorce.
Mrs. Vital Schwartz wants divorce
from first cousin, Jacob.
Mrs. Curtis Tansley, Maywood,
dropped divorce action when hubby
agreed to stop cabareting.
Chicago-bound Wabash train de
railed near Laporte, Ind. Six hours'
delay. No one hurt.
Moss Lambkin, negro, 2237 S.
State, fired two shots at head in sui
cide attempt- Bullets bounced off.
Herman Koenig, 49, 435 Surf st,
stricken with heart disease while
dancing with wife at Rienzi Gardens.
Bull Moosers want to combine sup
porters of Morton D. Hull and Prank
L. Smithv behind some candidate
against Frank 0. Lowden.
Otto Schneider, Forest Park sa
loonkeeper, shot and wounded while
Rumored that Postmaster-General
Burleson is going to abolish pneu
matic tube system.
r Irs. Fred Durschell, Joliet, died
after taking headache medicine.
Gary police arrested Herbert and
Wm. Smith in connection with mur
der of Howard Hatch. Believed to
have attacked Hatch after he insult
ed Herbert's wife!
James Lucas, new deckhand on
Steamer Indiana, dived off boat when
told wages were only 75 cents a day.
Rescued by "police.
Archbishop Mundelein refused
$2,500 offered by 27 priests as appre
ciation for getting papal knighthood
for Dr. J. B. 'Murphy. But they gave
it to scholarship for new Catholic
Military field day benefit of St
Vincent's Infant Asylum at White
Sox Park today.
Twelve peddlers arrested in iege
wisch for being noisy.
Robbers got $1,000 from Max Ma
retz, saloonkeeper, 6253 S. State.
Paul Rader, pastor Moody church,
predicted second coming of Christ at
Judge Chas. M. Thomson will suc
ceed Judge Kersten in circuit court
Wanda Lyon, actress, caused ar
rest pf J. A. Gibbs, N. Y. salesman, on
flirting charge. Fined $25.
28 members of Chicago College
club studying war nursing.
Geo. F. Colebaugh, Jr., who elop
ed with Helen Lowenstein June 26,
taken to, detention hospital on com
plaint of mother. He's engaged
lawyer and is going to fight
Paul E. Grace, 555 S. State, ended
life in lake. Broke.
Julius Zech saved $500 when po
lice stopped him from betting $500
on sure thing bet Rob-'t Collins, sus
pected con man, arrested.
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