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cinnati. Says she's seen him twice
since marriage in 1908.
Albert Marik, 1503 Monticello av.,
arrested for carrying gun. Showed
"civic co-operator's" card. Judge
Goodnow freed him.
Anna Palmiter, 5853 S. Racine av.,
sued Ray A. Palmiter, cigarmaker,
for divorce. Insertion charged.
Jos. Lamos, 3, 4808 Ainslee, over
turned kettle of boiling soup. Died
Tony Moro showed $300 roll near
Harrison and Morgan. Badly beat
en short time later, but saved money.
Mrs. Lena Pfitzer wants divorce
from Chas. Pfitzer, teamster. Says
he drove her and children from their
J. J. Ruffalo and wife mysteriously
disappeared from home, 5322 Win
thropav. Otto Kube, Berwyn, III., sued for
divorce. Wife charges drunkenness.
Helen Delevergne, Belvidere, III.,
reported missing, found at home of
sister, May Delevergne, 3711 Colo
Jud Williams, 5510 Hyde Park
blvd., arrested for staging pajama
dance at Monroe and Dearborn. San
ity to be tested.
Swarm of bats annoyed visitors to
Municipal pier last night
Chas. Allen, St. James hotel, 37 N.
Halsted, found dead of gas. Police
Nick Solfrosk, 2206 S. Ridgeway
av., suicide. Hanged himself in base
ment of home.
'Ex-Aid. M. J. Dempsey, once Bull
Moose county chairman, has lined up
for Frank O. Lowden.
Chas. Lehmer, 1930 W. Lake, shot
and killed himself.
Mrs. Ruth Mayes Tindall, 2637
Washington blvd., granted divorce
from Theo. Tindall. Said he loved
another woman in Mich.
Mayor Thompson, Comptroller
Pike and Chief Healey are away on
Surgeons removed garter clasp,
jvhich had lod.zd. itself close to brain
of Gerald Troy; 8, son of Policeman
Body of A. L. Cranor,' 1410 Byron,
found in river. Suicide believed.
Cong. A. J. Sabath has appoint
ment of two more boys to West Point
Police seeking Jacob Kohn.
Mother died in Austria, leaving him
Chas. Greenwald, 235 pounds, steel
worker, told police his 100-lb. wife
beat him up when he asked for
nickel for beer.
SIEGEL, COOPER & CO. EMPLOYE
FALLS SUES STORE
Siegel-Cooper's store is one of the
best lighted on State street that is',
best lighted in the salesrooms.
But down in the 'basement, where
the store allows each employe a little
iron box to keep her hat and coat in
during the day, it isn't so light
In fact, there is 'one spot in the
basement near the locker rooms that
is so dark that o'n May 4, when Miss
M. A. 'Small, employed by the store,
tried to grope her way to her locker,
she says she stumbled, fell and broke
her knee cap.
Miss Small told her story yester
day when, through Att'y D. R.
Thomas, she sued the store for
"The store stopped my pay the
minute I was hurt," said Miss Small.
"They had nerve enough to dock me
for the half day on which I was hurt,
although their own doctor told me I
was not able to work. I have suffered v
continual pain since the accident"
Several girls have been hurt at this
same place, said Miss Small.
CATHOLICS CONVENE AT N. Y.
New York, Aug. 19. 25,000 Cath
olics from all parts of country here
for "Catholic Week,", which will
open tomorrow; 40,000 have asked
for cards of admission to pontifical
-high mass at St Patrick's cathedral