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;yT-- -. ,-, j-w--- HJHPsw""!! Ills nrst purported California marriage, oil May 26, and sectif-ed the names of women to court. He wooed Miss Aura Miller in whirlwind fashion. He met the wife whom he ifl&ftied at Stockton through a niarridge bu reau. She was Mrs. "Johnnie" Mae Dunbar, temporarily of Oakland, said to be a rich San DifigO widoww He created a Story of his being heif to a fortune mhd the 80h of a physt' cian knighted in England before he settled in Boston. He issued checks which are declaim ed worthless, including v that with which he jmid the first fee to the bureau through wnom he met MM. Dunbar. Mrs. Bertba Hamilton, the love pirate's first wife, refuses to lBsue & warrant for his arrest and says that she will write the story of her matri monial ventures f Or the movies. UNDERPAID GIRL tiETS HOPE New York, July 10. A little ray of hope has come to Miss Catherine Van Houten, 3$, wlio admits she stole from her employe because her $13 salary was not enflUgh to give her paralyzed mother the aid she needed. F. C. Koehler, a Brooklyn attorney, has sought a compromise with her employer. Strangers, too, have sent a word of cheer. Five dollars to inau gurate a fund for repayment of the stolen $1,500 was started by a wo man. Until last night no one told the 82-year-old mother that her daughter was lacked up in company with "wo men accused of killing, of brawling and of gross immorality. She was told that Catherine was working and would be home soon. d o IN THE SAME FIX Beggar Won't you give me a Cent or two so I can get a mte to eat? Van DaUber Sorry, old man, but do you know that you are addressing BITS OF NEWS Nicholas Kalffies, caddy, filed $50, 000 suit against Mungo Mfg. Co., Newark, N. J. Golf ball made by de fendant exploded and injured eye. Johh Thompson, 18, and Frank Khight, 17, held as alleged burglars. Were caught ih HaV BfosV saloon. 381 S. LaSallG Bt. Mrs. Susan Eggleston, 20, 3501 N. Springfield aV., overcome by gas. Re vived. Pulmoter. Olaf Nelson drove auto into Car field Park lagoon. Party of 5 given bath. Body of Victor Johnson, naval re cruit, taken from lake, Drowned Sunday. Policeman Coleman exonerated in death of Harry Rogers, shot and kill- ed when mistaken for burglar. Leavenworth, Ran. Jack Robin-sbh- and Ellen Frances took livery ng at Ottawa and started for Lawrence where theyi ntended td marry. 36 hours later convicted of grand larceny for theft of the horse. New York. June unfilled tonnage report of U. S. Steel Corporation showed increase of approximately 36,000 tons over that for May. Flint, Mich, Peter Wuicik and niece, 7, deadt result of fire which destroyed snanty. CoIfax La. Mrs. Cornelia M. Fisk, prominent clubwoman and church worker, suicided. Despondent. Adair, la. Ruth Rynerson, 14, missing from home since night Had purchased ticket for Omaha. Si Paul, Minrt.-41?,425 verdict awarded Ada M. Cox, Chicago steno, in suit against Ruf us Edwards. Weal thy St. Paul lumberman, for breach of promise, not excessive decision, of supreme court. Olyrripla, Wash. State minimum wage commission addpted rate of $9 a Week as mfnimum for telephone girls throughout state except in small exchanges. t G ct&Bd -4j .