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tractor, -349 Belden av., two hours
after her death last June. Hence
Bushnell says he shouldn't have to
pay her solicitors fee.
Ex-Dis't Att'y Wilkerson said to
be slated for job under - Att'y-Gen.
Fire in Hotel Sherman basement
aroused guests of Sherman and
Hotel Astor. 1
Helen Schneider, 2465 Lincoln av.,
jumped. into lake. Rescued by Po
liceman Dooly. Had quarreled with
Frances Langhauser, 750 N. Long
av., suicide. Gas. Motive unknown,
John Crossen, 3025 Pitney ct.,
teamster, fell from wagon Dec. 4.
Judge Brothers says Chicago juries
aid crime. Too sentimental.
Burro found wandering in Union
park. Ate pie at police station.
Big Brothers to give Xmas dinner
Dr. Chas. P. Caldwell, who is lead
ing city fight on tuberculosis, says
more fresh air public schools are
Alfio Dikelfo, New York, trailed
wife and Leonardo Strano, "star
boarder," to this . city. Couple ar
rested. Michael Muller, 4417 S. Union, hurt
by fall, died.
Chief Healey and juvenile court at
war over chief's removal of Proba
tion Officer Pat'k Harrington.
Second regiment men, headed by
Col. Garrity, want anti-prize fight law
Mrs. Dorothy McFarren, wife of
Herbert McFarren, musician, arrest
ed on Cunard liner Laconia with her
two children. Going to England. Kid
napped them from father. Divorce
Aid. Littler demands more speed in
handling municipal pier affairs.
Creditors of John M. Tananevicz
defunct private bank met. Central
Trust Co. named as trustee'.
Mrs. Clara Drake wants divorce.
Said she gave Louis Drake $2,500,
when married and after it was gone
he deserted her.
Civil service exam, for sup't of
steets to be held Dec. 16.
Railway terminals com'n took no
action on Aid. Geiger's electrification
Philip J. Schuster, 55, had mar
riage to Marvel Scotif 20, annulled.
Said she told him she married him to
spite another. '
Arthur M. Swanson resigned as
sec'y of civil service com'n. .Harry
Wallace acting secretary.
Mrs. Elizabeth Kolar, 1532 Barry
av., divorced from Sylvester; cruelty.
Christine Breyne, 15, 734 W. 49th
pi., and Ruth Kapitsky, 14, 5813 S.
Hermitage av., missing.
Roy Woodhill, salesman for local
credit concern, arrested on chacge of
pawning silverware of company.
Two street cars struck at State
and Congress. Two women bruised.
Candy going up in price.
AIME CROCKER'S PRINCE HAS
A PRESSING ENGAGEMENT
New York, Dec. 7. Seldom has
New York society been more star
tled. Aime Crocker's Russian prince,
her fourth husband, has gone into
trade! Of course, it's a nice clean
business dry-cleaning and pressing,
in fact but New York society is al
most as 'much startled as Aime
Crocker was the time she found a
dark-haired young woman in her
prince's room and pajamas.
WOULD OUST SUNDAY SHAVE
A law against the Sunday shave is
to be sought at the next session of
legislature by the Ilinois Journeyman
Barber's ass'n, according to a state
ment of Wm. Jamp.el, secretary.
It provides that all chops must be
shut on Sunday. Barbers then will
get a day of rest. j
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If that epidemic of foot-and-mouth
disease develops, meat will go so .
high tha,t even the aviators can't