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who says she is the real mother, and
that criminal charges against Mrs.
Dolly Matters, accused of using the
child as a fake heir, will be dropped.
O. P. Powell, ass't sup't Pullman
Co., granted divorce on written con
fession of wife of improper relations
with man year after her marriage.
Street urchins found box of ice
shavings and started snowball battle
on Michigan blvd. in front .of Audito
rium hotel. Police stopped it.
Former Sheriff Jas. Pease yester
day underwent difficult operation at
St. Luke's hospital.-
Man found naked in Jackson park
says he is Chas. McDonald, that he
lives in the park and never wears
Fifty thousand mothers and chil
dren have applied for free street car
tickets for summer outings. Only
10,000 tickets available.
Seven men wanted in other cities
for wife abandonment arrested in
.T. J. Courtney, former constable,
probably fatally shot at his home,
3356 Crystal, while resisting arrest
on charge of burglary and forfeiting
Zion college, Zion City, will pro
hibit college yells.
"BIG ED" WALSH PLAYS PART OF
RESCUER AT BEACH
Ed Walsh, "Big Ed," the "Iron
Man," proved yesterday that his he
roic temperament is not confined to
the ball field.
The White Sox pitcher saved two
girls from drowning at the Chicago
Beach hotel. Walsh had dived from a
raft. A moment later some fool up
set the raft to hear the girls scream.
The water was eight feet deep.
Walsh heard a girl call for help,
dragged her out just as she sank, and
then swam back and rescued her
companion, who was nearly drowned
and who, in her struggles, several
times pulled him under. Only the big
pitcher's great strength enabled him
to save her life and his own.
SAYS SADDLE CLUB LAND IS
The contention of the Saddle and
Cycle club that Willie Ulrey was tres
passing when he received his death
from the shears thrown by Nicholas
Moga, the club gardener, was robbed
of its effectiveness yesterday by L. K.
Sherman, member of the Illinois riv
ers and lakes commission.
Sherman says the lake shore in
front of the club on which Ulrey and
his boy companions were walking
when the shears were thrown is pub
lic property. "The title to the bed of
Lake Michigan is in the state of Illi
nois," he said, "and the line of state
public property is the shore line, or
the line of ordinary high water. The
beach strip or ground alternately
covered by ordinary high and low
water, is public property of the state
of Illinois in exactly the same man
ner as is the bed of Lake Michigan.
The riparian rights of jfche property
owner along the shore give him sim
ply access to the lake, but no special
TheBoys' Brotherhood Republic is
circulating petitions which will be
presented to Mayor Thompson ask
ing him to declare tfee lake shore in
front of the Saddle and Cycle Club
The declaration of Colin C. M.
Fyffe and other directors of the club
that they would stick by Moga "all
tne way Because tne Doy was tres
passing" is borne out by the record
of Moga's bonds in the state's att'y's
office. The bonds were signed by
Bertram M. Winston, president of the
club, and Fred M. Winston, a mem
ber. They scheduled real estate
worth $250,000 for Moga's release.
Washington. Aid for dependent
families of national guardsmen and
regulars on Mexican border, not to
exceed $50 a month, ordered by the
senate as an amendment to -army
Washington. Senate passed $312,
000,000 army appropriation bin.