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Well, then, what is council
sub-committee going to do to
C. E. Loose, Republican na
tional committeeman from Utah,
and hanger-on in train of Mori
mon senator, Smoot, robbed -of
$1,000 while sitting In box at Ma
Republican National Commit
tee to meet at Coliseum for settle
ment of contests tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock.
' Geo. Deutchel, E. J. Hudson
and C. M. Martin, reporters, fish
ing at four-mile crib.. Upset boat
trying to row back. Rescued.
Jewelry worth $150 stolen from
flat occupied by C. M. Ackley,
1734 Orrington av.
Harry Pratt Judson, president
of Chicago University, wants to
announce that his educational
joint is no longer backed by Rock
efeller. But the. taint of Rockefeller's
coin still lingers around the insti
tution for furtherance of 'junior
proms, as a recent court .trial
Jack Nahazar, 5353 Michigan
v., fatally injured when auto he
was driving overturned near Kal
Mayor, in a manner of speak
ing, Harrison left for a weekls
vacation at Huron Mountain,
Mich., last night. . ' -
During Harrison's absence,
Andy Lawrence will run the city
government as usual.
Charles W. Partridge, 3200
Michigan ave., has deeded the 17
story Schiller bldg., worth $600,
000, to his children, the Princess
Engalitcheff, Mrs. W. D. Sar
gent, A. J. and E. W. Partridge.
In case motives of Partridge
should be mistaken, we mention
in passing that "by so deeding his
property to his children, he will
prevent the state collecting the
John Trohas, 710 Dewey court,
fined $50 by Judge Caverly, for
teaching his brother, Alex. Tro
has, not to read non-union Record-Herald.
To force Mrs. James Grysinski
to vacate candy store and living
rooms at 4738 S. Winchester
ave., Tom Greglak, her landlord, .
used political pull and shut off her
Arthur Voliva, brother of Over
seer Voliva, kidnaped from Zion
City by. Indiana state police, and
taken to Jeffersonville pen to
serve time for. violating parole.
Arthur, it appears, followed the
profession of forgery before" he
became tithe-collector for his
Gus A. Dortmund, 2151 Lin
coln Park blvd., hanged self in
Ravenswood five cent- theater,
which he owned, and on which
he had lost money.
Gerald Flynh pleaded guilty
before Judge Kersten to voting il
legally in April primaries. 3
months. First person convicted
of election fraud in Cook county
in 10 years.
Aid. T. K. Long yesterday told
harbors committee of cojuncil how
Mayor Harrison vetoed ordi
nance, which was the city's club
over the I. C. in the South Shore
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