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MICHIGAN :T0 STAGE RACE FOR -THIS TROPHY
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The S. 0. Richardson, Jr., international yachting trophy, to he
contested for on Lake Michigan in. August, between a Chicago
yacht club and a Royal Canadian yacht club entry. Both yachts are
now being tuned up for the race.
WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Milwaukee physicians found
quantities of arsenic in internal
organs of John Otto Lindloff,
brother-in-law of Mrs. Louise
Lindloff, "held by Chicago police
' charged with poisoning her son
Harry Gilmore, .star witness
for state in Mrs. Morrow case,
has been found and his- appear
ance on stand is almost certain.
Mrs. Morrow has been keeping
up herliterary work during pres
ent trouble and is said to have
written boolc dealing with case.
Charles G. Dawes, president of
the Central Trust Co.,- to. be
.treasurer of Republican national
committee, according to report.
Albert Jones, negro accomplice
of Mrs. Evelyn Romadka, taken
back" to Joliet by parole agent
after being fined $400 and costs
by- Judge Himes for attacking
Carrie Chiconie, 19, 1544 W.
Fritzi Scheff, comic opera star,
is in Chicago, visiting husband's
relatives. Said she had cold and
thought Chicago climate would
Judge Scanlon dented change
of venue to Cora Abbott in suit
brought to enjoin her from run
nin gresort 2132 'Armour ave.
Caster Reich, aged shoemaker,