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The Examiner gives the State
street department stores one and
three-quarter columns of free ad
Fred Trusser, salesman, found
unconscious from cocaine poison
ing in room at home of Mrs. Nel
lie'Fischer, 125 Germania place.
Dying. Police to investigate.
Our public school lunch rooms
are not run fo rthe benefit of the
pupils. They are run for the
benefit of the business men who
sell the lunches." Mrs. Ella
FTagg Young, superintendent of
Fred Waener. 52 W. Huron st,
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throwing sticks into lake and
sending dog out in water to re
No wonder there is nothing
done about grafting in the public
school lunch rooms when our gal
lant police force is arresting men
for throwing sticks in Lake Mich
igan, and thus marring its even
Isadore Kreis, 13, 1937 N.
Rockwell st., injured in collapse
b scaffolding on Dearborn near
Madison. Taken home.
Joe Ronnenburg and Karl W.
Perretz arrested after stealing $4
from W. H. Owsley, 4401 Indiana
ave. Owsley had $200 in another
Miss Nellie D. K. Ingal, 825
Sheridan road, says that "The
Slippery Duck," who yesterday
was taken back to Oakland, Cal.,
to answer for a few of his con
games, told her he was an Eng
Mino Rosso, 11, 1116 W. Polk
St., attacked and bitten by dog
owned by James Rich, 1124 W.
"Chicago is city of rubes, built
by money furnished by Boston."
John M. Woods, who, when
not spreading great thoughts
over the country, is mayor of the
village of Somerville, Mass.
C. B. Richey, 3323 W. Polk st,
car inspector Northwestern rail
road, struck and killed by freight
train at Maywood.
Judge E. H. Gary, head of the
Steel Trust, who doesn't see any
thing wrong with the way the
Steel Trust treats its employes,
was in Chicago last night, talking
about how fine business, was.
Plans for three new armories
to be discussed at annual meeting
of Illinois National Guard and
Naval Reserve next Thursday.
Illinois Supreme Court has de
nied rehearing in case of -M. E.
Streeter against Western Wheel
ed Scraper Co., of Aurora.
Streeter lost 3 fingers in one of
company's machines, and sued
for damages. Circuit and Appel
late courts decided aeainst him,
on "assumption of risk" grounds.
Supreme Court reversed de
cisions, and granted Streeter
Federal Judge Landis decided
in favor of glaziers in dispute be
tween Sheet Metal Workers and
Glaziers' unions, as to which
should do glazing on skylight t
Dr. W. E. Becker, 3019 Jack
son blvd.. has brought suit to en
join Dr. Jos. Smith, 2251 Jack
son blvd.,' from displaying sign