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t 1. Widow expected him home for
Mrs. Adelyn Slavek Brown wants
divorce from Chas. M. Brown, son of
Marshall L. Brown, commission
Josephine Brandt got divorce from
Ufe Harry. He left her eight times in
Augusta Swanson got divorce from
John. Drunkenness charge.
Dr. Thos. H. Leonard, mgr. of Lin
coln State school, says drinkers are
shy on sense.
Ered'k Evers wants divorce from
Virginia. She doesn't like housework.
Louis Delloiacanna, wanted in con
nection with murder of Policeman
Mulvihill, believed hiding on West
Peter C. Kaufman got divorce from
Irene. Says she quit him while he
Mrs. Eric Revka, 2447 N. Harding;
liked cabarets and night life better
than hubby. He is now free.
Mrs. Anna Stanczack got divorce.
Isaac Atheinstein, 551 N. Dearborn,
chased would-be burglars from his
cigar store at pistol point.
Jas. Brown, 46 E. Washington, ar
rested on charge of running gambling.
Henry Pappas, Hotel Morrison em
ploye, fined $100 vfor stealing dia
mond. Dorothy Young, 17, Evanston, ad
mitted she recently eloped and is
now Mrs: Prank Parkhurst.
Warden Zimmer, Joliet prison,
wants to quit job by Jan. 1.
Crane Co. to give employes bonus
of 10 per cent of annual salaries.
Cov.-elect, Lowden in town. Silent
NEWSIES TO ELECT OFFICERS
Special meeting of the Newsboys'.
Protective union will be held tonight
at 180 W. Washington st. The officers
request that every member attend.
'Officers for the .coming year will be
FISHER A "HIGH-PRICED BIRD"
IN ALD. TOMAN'S VIEW
Shall the city council have the
right and cash to hire lawyers? Must
aldermen always go to Sam Ettelson,
corporation counsel and appointee of
Aldermen asked these questions
yesterday when' matter of amending
city code was up. Action was post
poned a week. Aid. Kennedy said
he's for it because "the council has
no confidence in the corporation
counsel." The fender ordinance and
other measures Ettelson has de
clared not valid were mentioned as
samples of how Ettelson blocks al
dermanic legislation. Aid. John To
man referred to Walter L. Fisher as
a "high-priced bird feeding off the
city." Fisher gets $100 a day for "in
side work" and $150 a day if he
leaves his office on special city busi
ness. Frank I. Bennett for com'r of pub
lic works was unanimously ap
proved. -It's the first time the whole
council has said yes to an important
appointment by Mayor Thompson.
Ordinance passed prohibiting bi
cycle riders from carrying passen
gers on handle bars.
HEARST CAN CO TO THE DEUCE
WITH "GO TO MOVIE WEEK"-
Aid. Michaelson was swept off his
feet and snowed under when he
asked the city council yesterday to
designate next week as "Go to Movie
Week." The resolution came "in by
request of the Hearst newspapers.
They have been running a lot of
movie theater ads lately along with
the -beauty and nicety of next week
being a "Go to Movie Week," the
same way we have a "Go to Church
"I refuse to cast my vote for a
scheme' which is intended to swell
the profits of the moving picture the
aters," declared Aid. Walkowiak. "If
the movie theaters were an impor
tant industry suffering great distress..
I would gladly lend my aid, I caa-