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young women he promised to
hire as servants.
Police are searching for Mrs.
Hulda Holtzer, 19, 6034 S. San
gamon, who deserted her hus
band and two children "because
Holtzer was "too slow to travel
along with her." She was mar
ried at 16.
Trial of four slayers of Mrs.
Ha.ttie Kaufman, which was to
have begun yesterday, delayed
until next Monday.
It only takes six lines on an in
side page of the "Merikin" for
Peter Williams, waiter, to drop
dead in the dining room of Del
Prado hotel, while a woman
smoked a cigarette in the Audi
torium all over the first page.
Aaron Nyraan, 1050 Welling
ton street, has offered free round
trip to Stockholm exposition to
first Seventh Day Adventist who
can prove that a commandment
to build up Jerusalem was given
in the seventh year of the reign of
Artaxerxe,s, 457 B. C.
Police are hunting for Stephen
Kosnowsky, 11, who disappeared
from his home, 4555 S. Wood,
with $70 belonging to his father.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Vinegar Taffy. Two pounds
granulated sugar, 1 pint water,
and 1 tablespoon vinegar. Sim
mer until sirup will make a firm
ball when tested in cold water.
Pour into buttered tins to cool.
Cut into strips of equal length,
and butter hands well before pull
ing. There may be a piece for
each individual to pull, or
persons may pull one piece.
Cocoanut Pie. Cream 1-2 cup
butter with 2 cups sugar, and
when light add 1-2 grated cocoa
nut. Beat until very light the
whites of 6 eggs, add the other
mixture, beating all the while,
and put in deep pie pan lined with
short crust and bake in quick
oven. Serve cold with cream and
"ILLINOIS JAILERS ARE
"It is silly for the otate of Illi
nois to conduct 18 high-class
boarding places for criminals and
delinquents without making an
effort to ascertain the cause of the
large increase in the number of
boarders each year.
"Our state spends over $4,000,
000 a year in caring for these peo
ple, yet there is practical!' no ef
fort made to discover the causes
of insanity, paralyzing diseases
"Most of uor jailers are hope
Speaking before the school of
civics and philanthrophyat the
Woman's City Club yesterday.
Miss Julia C. Lathrop of Hull
House, made the above accusa
tions in the course of a lecture on
the conduct of corrective institu
tions. She declared that the cor
rection of crime was subordinated
"The state supports a great
university where large sums are
expended for research," she said.
"Why shouldn't the intellectual