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at 48th av., near Oak Forest infirm
ary. Celia Kalliscon, 2720 S. State, sued
for divorce from Sam Kallison. Cru
elty and drunkenness charged.
Judge Landis discharged W. 0.
Johnson- as receiver for old Chicago
& Milwaukee Electric road, now
kpown as Chicago & North Shore
Municipal pier not to be used dur
Herman A. Taskett sued to annul
marriage to Ka'therine Porter Tas
kett. Said they were married within
year after her 'divorce from J. H.
Lodavine Miller and brother, Att'y
J. Marion Miller, sentenced to prison
for one to ten years on charge of
swindling "Sentimental Tommy"
Mrs. Anna Savage wants divorce
from Fordyce Savage, K3assopolis,
Mich. Desertion charged.
Peter Fleming, 1622 Orchard, hurt
in collision betvjeen street car and
ice wagon. May die.
Typewriter and law books stolen
from courtroom of Justice of Peace
Lewis, Oak Park.
Coroner probing death of.Frarfk
Annaka, 3432 S. Halsted. Arsenic
found in body.
P. H. Nicholls, Racine, Wis., found
on top of Monon freight car with
fractured skull. Dying.
Jo.hn R. Thompson, Jr., son of res
taurant man, to wed Lois BeU 4347
John A. King, 431 S. Ashland-blvd.,
. banker and politician, dead.
Lake st bridge will be open to
traffic in two weeks, Belmont av.
, bridge in five weeks and Monroe st
in about two years.
Mrs. Otto Cess, 60, Dalton, III., kill
ed and four others hurt when auto
went into ditch near Dyer, Ind.
Mrs. H. Chandler Egan secretly dN
vorced from former golf champion
July 17. Desertion charged.
State's Att'y Hoyne says he is sat
isfied "with bond of $10,000 in case
of Thomas H. Bibs, accused of em
bezzling by Victor Chemical Co.
Thos. Gephard, 1223 Taylor, ar
rested for stealing1, agreed to join
army if freed. He was. '
Mrs. Elizabeth Nottelman and 10
year old daughter, Oak Park, found
Scott Towar, 309 E. 56th, wants
divorce. Says wife likes another.
Late Benj. C. Sammons, vice pres.
Corn Exchange bank, left $150,000
Wm. Johnson of Cole and John
son, negro vaudeville team, dead
from fall from porch at 3512 S. State.
MEXICAN HERO IS REPORTED
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Gen. Obregon, Mexicari minister of
war, considered Mexico's greatest
military leader, is reported critically
ill with Bright's disease.
Obregon, a farmer, joined in Mex
ican revolutions, supporting Madero
against Huerta. then joined Carranza
against Villa. He lost his right ana
in battle in April, 19i54