She"" says he sent "barender.out to
beat her. j-1 v (
Mrs. Louisa F. Anderson', 154- E.
Superior, and 'son Homer arrested.
Husband says they beat him top.
Sec'y of Treas. McAdoo coming to
Chicago soon to examin sites for
new postoffice. i t" ,
Diversey beach re-opened yester
day at request of GovDunne To
remain open while weather is warm.
Thomas' McNally and Charles
"Kurth, sentenced for slaying of Jas.
Prunty, over 20 yeara'ago,' to be par
doned. Mrs. Charles Conklin thrown un
der train when box' car hit auto near
Hobart, Ind. Not seriously hurt
Mrs. Fred A. 'Busse, wife .of late
mayor, in hospital .Nervous break
down. Frank Camp, 744 N. Clark, res
cued'from drowning at Wilson beach.
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There was a young chappie -named
Who caused the deuce of a rub;
He took a gay minx,
With him to the links,
And now he's been fired frgm the
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TREATMENT IN COURT
" Miss Juliet Cunningham has decid
ed to organize a society for protec
tion of Chicagoans who do not wish
to be msulted by judges and coerced
The first meeting of the society will
be held in Southland hall, 59th and
Halsted, Tuesday, Sept. 21.
Miss Cunningham, who hves at
1134 W. 61st st, believes that public
ity will effect a cure on many ''tobac
co chewing judges" and "roughneck
lawyers'' who do not obey the com
mon rules of etiquette while officiat
ing in court
"The courtroom Is no place to chew
tobacco and to wear off a spree," said
Miss Cunningham. "This league-will
be for the betterment of the bar, and
the bench and will make people, re
spect the law?' ,
Watchers will be appointed -to re
port on the cases of members of the
society in court The judges and-at-iqrneys
will know they are being
watched and because of this the 'ef
fect will be of great benefit" to the
community in general.
Robert. Howe and Att'ys Henry
Murphy and E. J. Johnston will speak
at the meeting.
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I CHI. FLOODED WITH PEACHES
Just the other week Mayor Thomp
son proclaimed "peach week" and
housewives were urged to buy
peaches at $1.50 a bushel, being as
sured that this was a bargain price
andthat the fruit would go up.
Today luscious Albertas could be
bought as cheaply as 60 cents a
bushel and wagons were busy hauling
finest Aiicnigan peacnes to garoage
' The market is glutted. Telegrams
have beentient to growers to ship m
'more peaches'to Chicago for a whilej
Indianapolis. Lone bandit stuck
up Express Messenger Williams on;
Lake Erie & Western train. Loo
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