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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 22, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 12',
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LIGHTS AND SHADOWS IN THE
Items for Pessimists:
Mrs". Clementine Fernandez, Wil
mette, ..says Ramon Nater is a
"souse." Granted divorce.
Mrs. Lucille Faber D&iley, 3580
Vincennes av., says Jnester A. DaileV
deserted her. Sued for divorce.
Mrs. Marion Crossman,' Hunting
ton hotel, sued Loftis Grossman lor
divorce. Obtained injunction re
straining hjm iroin discussing her
with otner guests at hotel ancf bell
hops. uits. Sthel Nickerson, 4538 Sher
idan rd., said hubby, Edward J. Nick
erson, met woman at Edelweiss garr
dens, danced with her and later took
her to h,otel. Wants divorce. .
Morns Lachman, 5453 &. Halsted,
says only his skiII at dodging has
saved his lite. Accused wife of tnrow
ing platter, pot ox cneese, hot dump
ling, kniie, shoes and othjer "weap
ons" at him. Wants freedom. .
Mrs. Hattie Irene Weaver, wife, of
chauneur or JSmery Motor Cq., won
$25,000 alienation verdict against
Mrs. Elizabetn Martin, divorcea wife
of A. E. Martin, mgr. or Ornery Co.
i bam her hubby and Mrs. Martin lived"
" Mrs. Minnie Tudholm' wants di
vorce from Chas. F. Tidnolm, Bngle
wood real estate man. Says he gets
, drunk and is cruel Once threw ner
in a bathtub, she asserts.
tf'ranluin li. .ferry, posing as a N.
Y. theatrical man, married Helen
Ohly, Oak Park, one week. Deserted
her yesterday at Hotel Morrison, tak
ing all her tjewelry with him.
ne or Cnas. S. JacKson, at'y and
brother-in-law of Max Silver,missing
bank wrecker, wants divorce. Says
she gave him her money and when
she refused him more he struck her.
Roy E. Iiodge wants marriage to
Bernice Heyl Dodge annulled. Says
1 he married her five months after first
wife divorced him.
Alice Ware, vaudeville actres,s, said
she was tired of supporting hubby,
Jas. Resier, Baltimore, who hasn't
worked since they married. Divorced.
Optimists May Read These Items
Robert J. Bennett, 77, vice pres. W.
M. Hoyt Co., married Mrs. Adelaide
Abbott, 69, widow, last night. His
grandchildren were there.
Abraham Hollenbrands-71, and his
bride, Mrs. Helen Van Nugteren, 59,
are spending their honeymoon at
their home, 11540 Stewart av., today.'
Richard V, Brown, ex. pres. Palette
and Chisel club, and Mildred Cotton,
daughter of Dr. A. C. Cotton,, eloped
to Joliet and were married yesterday
after one-month courtship.
Wm. Cummings' married Mary
O'Connor yesterday. Joker .hand
cuffed him and best man, Jas. Ca
hill, together. Locksmith had to set
Myron Doran, 22, son of Robt Do
ran, head of Gloria Light Co., jumped
his studies at Beloit university to
marry Julia Garrity, JO, 'Beloit. Pa
surprised and tickled at son's choice.
Martha Beckman, Palatine, told
Chas. Dinse she would marry him if
his racehorse, "J. O.", 'won certain
race. "J. O." won. So did Dinse.
FENDERLESS TRUCK KILLS
A fenderless motor truck caused
the death of little Pearl Low, 6, of
4912 W. 14th st, yesterday. Truck
owners were given until the first of
the year to equip their machines with
fenders designed to pick up victims.
Tony Marci, 3001 S. Halsted and
Wm. Warner, 2050 W. Superior St.,
who were on the truck, were ar-.
Melbourne. Wives and mothers
nf Aiiatrnlift w.ill vntp in a fow wPfiUs
j on question of conscription for Brit
London. 150 German Socialists,
"have been arrested and sent to front
i says Berlin, message.