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vetigation into the Western
Springs wreck, and a few other burst, car climbed saucer track,
little things awaiting his atten
Fire caused by overheated fur
nace caused $500 damage in the
building at 2842 E. 78th st.
What in the name of all that's
Wonderful were they doing with
an "overheated furnace" in this
John Schuer, 5331 S. Laflin St.,
hung himself in cellar of Schoen
hofen brewery, 18th and Canal
port ave., where he had been em
ployed. Leaves widow and four
V. Zolitoi, 17, 1332 Johnson St.,
unable to find work, killed him
self by gas. Body found by
Police searching for man who
tried to induce Ida Rudd, 10, 1418
.Washburne av., to enter vacant
building near her home.
Thos. Orr, auto racer, probably
fatally injured in race with Louis
OUR PRECISE ARTIST.
Gould at Riverview Park. Tire
Laboring under conviction.
tore t)Ut'35 feet of balustrade.
then crashed to. ground, burying
Orr in wreckage.
Lee Straley, 14, 311 S. Green
St., badly bitten by dog owned by
neighbor. Dog taken to pqund
and put under observation.
Wm. Suggs, negro, accused
BenMeads, negro, of cheating in
saloon at 200 S. State st. Now in
Provident "Hospital, recovering
from knife wounds.
T. A. Summerville of Hunter,
"Walton & Co. explained a few
cute reasons" for the high cost of
butter and eggs at the federal in
quiry before Master-in-Chancery
Summerville said his firm sent
out men early in the spring to buy
up the entire output of the cream
eries around Chicago.
They promise to pay the cream
eries half a cent a Oound more for
butter than the market quotation,
which must sound real generous
to the creameries.
Having thus cornered the sup
ply, the wholesale hi en set about
fixing up that market quotation
so they'll get a good rake-off.
They arrange-with the Chicago -Butter
& Egg Board, the Elgin
Board of Trade and the N. Y.
Board of Trade to get market
quotations from 1 to 2 cents less
tfhan actual inarket prices.
Cute game, isn t it. Monopolize
the butter and tgg supply, pay the
creameries on a market price
that's fixed up to suit yourself,
and then soak the consumer right
behind the ear.