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PRESIDENTIAL CHOICE OF THE
Wife sues for divorce, naming an
Mrs. Minnie Holzer, Graz, Austria,
refused to join her husband. He
wants a divorce.
He is the first presidential candi
date to be nominated in 1916 and the
first presidential candidate in the his
tory of the country to be nominated
president by direct vote of the people,
or national primary. Benson is the
author of several books. He was for
merly managing editor of the Detroit
Times and later edited the Washing
ton Times. He is 45.
WHY SOME MATRIMONIAL TIES
Mrs. Sullivan Serpa's husband ar
rested on night of their marriage and
hasn't seen him since. Divorce
Joseph White told wife he'd rather
be in jail for rest of life than to live
with her. Divorce.
Mrs. Winnifred Adams told court
husband deserted her week after
Anton Hester's alleged habit of
getting drunk every chance he got
obtained divorce for his wife yester
day. Court told David Malcolm was
drunk more than he was sober. Wife
Jas. White just inherited $10,000.
ALD. BUCK SUED FOR SLANDER
BY MORRISON HOTEL
Is or is not the Hotel Morrison "one
of the toughest dives in town?"
The Moir Hotel Co., owners of
Hotel Morrison, raises this question
in suit filed yesterday against Aid.
Robert M. Buck.
It's a slander, the hotel owners
say. And about $25,000 cash would
fix up the damages to their feelings
"I am ready to go to trial on this
suit any time the Hotel Morrison
wants it started," said Aid. Buck.
Buck has copies of an affidavit
made by Dimitri Janikowski, former
head waiter at the Morrison. The
affidavit was part of the evidence sub
mitted to City Prosecutor Harry Mil
ler at the time Deputy Morals In
spector Hanna and Morals court
Judge Uhlir were asking Miller to get
action against the Hotel Morrison.
Parts of the affidavit of the head
waiter were printed in the Tribune
and The Day Book.
Hotel Morrison is a heavy adver
tiser in newspapers and-on billboards.
A poster of eighteen chorus girls
smiling over bare, pink shoulders is
the main billboard ad of the hoteL It
was the first downtown hotel to ex
tend a cabaret into the size of a musi
cal comedy performance.
DR. HAISELDEN DROPPED BY
CHICAGO MEDICAL SOCIETY
Dr. Harry J. Haiselden, who let the
deformed Bollinger baby die has been
dropped from membership by the
Chicago Medical society.
Dr. Haiselden was charged with
conduct unbecoming the ethics of his
profession because of the articles he
wrote following the Baby Bollinger's
death, by which he gained much ad