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Rev. J. J. Kosinski, of Polish
atholic church, to address mass
meeting of Polish hotel workers
at Mosinski's hall, May and Front
sts. Effort will be made to or
Mary Dararnmer, 3, 1433 -N.
Halsted st., attacked and bitten
on face and body by dog owned
by C Darling, 740 Rees st. Iro
Richard Harding.Davis, the au
thor, being sued for divorce for,
secona rime, wueis aaugnter oi
John M. Clark, of Chicago.
Vote on whether or not to
strike in sympathy with cutters
now out at Kuppenheimer & Co.,
to be taken by Garment Workers
Saturday and Sunday.
Are 30,000 garment workers in
Chicago. If r vote is to strike it
will tie up every big tailoring
shop in Chicago except that of
Hart, Schaffher & Marx, which is
fair to union labor.
New ordinances to stop reck
less auto driving under considera
tion by sub-committee of' city
council judiciary committee.
One of them, which should be
passed, 'makes it compulsory on
all drivers to stop when street car
in front, going same way, stops.
Patrick Webb, man who train
ed Light Brigade, which charged
to its famous death at Balaklava
in the Crimea, is near" death at
. home of his son, 5256 . Sheridan
Raymond Payne, "4643 S. Ro
bey, stabbed in throat and right
arm m fight with unidentified
Thomas P. Flynn, of Chicago,
master of fourth degree, Knights
of Columbus of Illinois, will lead
parade of order at unveiling of
Columbus monument in Wash
Operation on skull similar to
that on George A. Kimmel per
formed by Dr. Loren Wilder at
Burns hospital on Otto Rohr
back, chef, who lost memory five
JUST TO SAVE. l
1 1 i i
"Little boy, you're awfully;
young to wear glasses."
"Yep, but they were my broth
er's an' he died, and' pa said it
would be wasteful to throw 'em
Washington. Rev. Gilbert F.
Williams, unfrocked 14 years ago
men at W. Forty-sixth st and S. on choir girl's charge, vindicated.
iHcjyne. Will preach Sunda&