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O-ttijJaigh for health of babies
6f Chicago during hot summer
months started In women's clubs.
Special commission on muni
cipal refuse yesterday decided
Chicago's garbage sho'uld be sold
to highest bidder.
Guiseppe Macalusa left Chica
go under care of deputy marshal
for Italy, "where he is wanted on
murder charge. Evelyn Arthur
See, from county jail, tried to pre
vent extradition of Macalusa.
Clarence S. Funk, general
manager of the Harvester Trust,
whom Lorimer made famous, has
bought new home at 620 Euclid
Slaughtering and meat pack-
ihg are most important industries
in value of products in United
States, according department of
qommerce and labor statistics.
They ought to' be. Think of
the dough Armour, ISwift, Morris
and company hold us up for every
Henry Rockwell Baker, Elgin
boyr who was left $250,000 by the
late John W. Gates, is dying of
Police searching for Julius Kor
ach, 36. His wife, whom he de
serted May 31, is dying at Tiome
of friends, 459 Blackhawk st., and
calls'for him continually.
"George A. Kirnmel," his mem-
ory restored, left Robert Burns'
hospital today, and took train to
farm near T)owagiac, Mich., to
Mrs. Christina Heinze, 67,
10131 Winston av run over and
killed by Rock Island train at
101st street grade crossing.
George M. Dyott named by
.English Gordon-Bennett Commit
tee to .represent England at Gordon-Bennett
aviator's cup race
here Sept. 9.
Lillian Hartman, 17, missing
from home at 4636 S. Rockwell
st, "believed to have eloped to
Omaha, Neb. '
Mrs. Nora Driscoll, 6321 S
Hermitage ave., arraigned before
Judge Scully on charge of receiv
ing trees stolen by her son, Al
bert, 16. "Son in Juvenile Court
Jealous woman gave, police tip
where they could find Sam Ros
enbaum, painter, wanted in New
York for wife abandonment. Po
lice got him. .
Fences round strip of private
beach" at foot of 54th. st. torn
down by police under orders of
city law department.
Mrs. Harriet Bigler, Aurora,
granted divorce from Albert J.
Bigler, buyer for J. V. Farwell &
Co., on grounds of desertion.
Gaspare Torino, brother-in-lavf.
of Sam Logalbo, 844 Milton ave,
who was shot to death at Milton
and Oak st., June 2, arrested in
connection with murder.
Forest Park, big West Side
amusement place, has jumped in
to front rank as gambling place.
Regular jbutnti and fine bunch of
Coroner's jury returned verdict;
of suicide in case of W. A. Beck,
found in river at LaSalle st. with
car spring around neck.
Mrs. Peter Wilson, 1959 Addi
son st., despondent, asphyxiated
herself and pet cat and dog in her
home. Husband found bodies,, ,
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