wim Peter JBielek. Elopers held by
Dr. Wm. Hughes, dentist and in
ventor, got divorce from Isabel
Hughes. Said she deserted him ten
Fred Farr, state witness in diploma
mill swindle, waived examination on
Mann act charge. Taken to county
Clinton Schaefer, 3256 Wallace,
hurt. Motorcycle hit curbstone.
Carl Carlberg, 4932 W. Huron,
hurt. Wagon was hit by auto driven
by Ralph Hetzel, 17, 418 Laramie av.
Konstanty Jarozweciz, 844 S. Cuy-
ler av.r applied for injunction to re-J
strain mother-in-law, Mrs. E. Dobro
stelska, from visiting his home.
Ass't Corp. Counsel Breen may de
cide S. State street carnival raffles
were not gambling.
John Peterson, 9534 Wentworth
av., arrested on non-support charge.
Sylvia Williams, 22, and Birdie
Smith, 19, Herron, HI., chorus girls,
stranded here. Police wired to Her
ron for money.
Mabel Palmer, Chicago milliner,
lost $4,000 worth of diamonds and
$370 In money on Stg Louis, Mo., car.
John C. Durgin, 71, vice pres. Ocon
to Lumber Co., married again. New
wife was Jeannette Meserv, New
Sup't of Schools John DuShoop,
hurt in auto accident, will recover if
complications do not set in.
Carl T. Getz and daughter, Elsie,
8, hurt When auto collided with auto
driven by JaC Brady, 1801 W. i6th.
Matthilde B. Erickson sued Mau
rice Lowenstein for $5,000. No reason
Anna Hichson, Plymouth hotel,
caused arrest of Ben Brinn. Says he
tried to take her auto.
Sam Levine, Harry Berman and
Rudolph Stein, oldest 17, "arrested
when they tried to hold up Policemen
Hallow and Reynolds with gun.
W. M. Homan, 10917 Irving av.,
imd Gertrude Belden, 11058 Esmond -
av., nut when auto hit unligtyed
auto standing in road. Two couples
jumped into other car and sped away.
Dr. Douglas Singer, head of Kan
kakee psychopathic laboratory, ad
vocates extension 6f parole system in
John Markovici, former Chicago
dentist now in Rumania, sued for di
Former Pres. Taft was in town yes
terday. Frank Finneran, bellboy at Audi
torium hotel, left sole heir Jo $700,
000 by wil of father.
Dr. Frederick A. Cook, explorer, in
town. Saysjie's going to north pole
in aeroplane. ,
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SAYS PAVING JOB IS PUNK
Complaints that paving put on the
street at N. Springfield and Avers
av. is chalky and crumbles under a
heavy blow were repeated yesterday
by Aid. Rob't Buck after he made a
tour of inspection. He threatened to
file suit for an injunction to prevent
collection Vf taxes for the improve
ment. Michael J. Faherty, president of
board of local improvements', denied
that the paving was bad. He said
Buck was kicking because Wm
Cooke, friend of Thompson and Lori
mer, is president of theWhite Pav
ing Co., -which did the work.
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TRIB WAGON RUNS DOWN MAN
A wagon of the Chicago Tribune
in its hurry -to slap its papers on the
newsstands before the Examiner and
Herald nearly took the life of John,
Sweeney, 52, 649 S. Clark st, yes-'
terday. Sweeney may. die.
At Harrison ana uianc the wagon
caught its victim as he tried to cross
the street He was run down. In
ternal Injuries, cuts about the henA
and a dislocated shoulder put him in
The driver of the wogan, according
to police records, was John Gugan,
729 w. urase av. ne was not mo
lested by the police. -
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