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Lawjidafe Steam Dye Works, 166
W. Division st.
Mrs. -Thomas L. Reeve, 4841
N. Claremont av., denies recon
ciliation with husband who
shot Dr. Paul E. Kelly.
Louis 'Rich, 342 W. 70th st.,
bookkeeper,. Illinois Trust & Sav
ings Bank, fainted and fell on
street. Fractured skull
Wm. Springer, city marshal,
Lawler, la., wired Chicago po
lice that-he has in charge Charlie
Fisher, 10, who says he lives on
W. Congress St., and attended
McKinley school. Detectives un
able to find parents.
Peter Chriskos, 309 W. Supe
rior st, fined $100 for beating
wife and two children. Court
gave woman the costs to pay
University of Chicago will
build tfo'rmitory, consisting of
flats, where married studerits can
live with Avife and children.
Mrs. Helena Rothkowski, 1112
Hermitage ave., found in attic St.
Patrick's Roman Catholic church.
Wanted to be nearer God. Be
Alibi saved Mrs. Lillian Able
and Mrs. Alice Gilbert, accused
by Mrs. Susie Bitner, 611 In
diana ave, of throwing .acid in
her face. Discharged.
Zar Adusht Hanish, Sun Cult
leader, indicted by federal grand
1 jury for misuse of mails.
Walter Parker, 9, William Par
ker, 14, and Chester Susala, IS, re
leased from John Worthy School
last week, arrested yesterday
while robbing Rockey & Jeffries'
grocery; store, 3249 Ogden av
Jane Addams will speak at the '
Sunday Evening Club, Orchestra j
Hall, tomorrow night. Subject,,
"The Newer Aspects of the Peace I
Esther Mercy slander suiti
against Dean Marion Talbot,
Uhh ersity of Chicago, may be re
opened. Francis W Walker, Miss
Talbot's attorney, argued for new
Morris Cohen, alleged confi
dence man, wanted here for swin
dling First National Bank by
means of forged check, arrested
in Utica, N. Y.
Florence Donoghue, elected
president of the Chicago Mailers'
Joseph Grankkt attorney, 30 N.
La Salle st., disappeared 3 weeks
ago. Said to owe about $50,000.
University High School expell
ed 3 boys yesterday. Belonged to
Gladys Boudrie, 3, 375& S. Hal
sted, died yesterday of scalding,
received when she overturned
boiler of hot water on hersdf
John Crowley, father of Nora
and Julia Crowlfey, who were
struck by Albert Pick Co. auto
truck, has filed $30,000 damage
suit against company. Nora, 9,
died from injuries.
Edward Or. Smith, Highland
Park, who says he is "author,
writer and publisher," fined $1
and costs 'for expectorating on
Burglars forcedrear door of sa
loon at 537 Welb st. and escaped
with $10 cash aild cigars and
lJicyipr valued at $40.