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Igl Roy Bartell, 3, 1751 Clybqurn
avc, bitten by dog while playing
in yara in nis nomc
Mrs. Lola Sutcliffe, 2140 Jack
son Park terrace, has begun suit
against her husband, Robert, for
wife abandonment. She has
, named Mrs. Alta Moore, Antioch,
Jennie Caetell, 7, 4702 Went
worth ave., "bitten by dog while
playing near her home.
Paul Palimski, 8, 8532 Superior
ave., lost index finger of left hand
by playing with coffee grinder in
grocery at 8954 Commercial ave.
Talking about the Grand Old
Party and other things of the
past, what has happened to the
celebrated in the yellow news
papers Funk-Henning case?
Chicago City Railways Co. is
to answer demands of union em
ployes for more wages Monday.
Team of horses owned by A. E.
Harper, 1401 Irving Park blvd.,
instantly killed when live wire
fell on them in alley at rear of
920 Belmont ave. Driver escaped.
Sidney Dempsey, 19, 930 W.
47th st shot and killed himself
irt Park Manor Athletic club, 736
W. 48th st. Disappointed in love.
Federation of all Jewish charit
able societies of the West Side de
cided on at meeting at Hotel
Sherman last night.
Joseph Daniels, 2248 S. Wa
bash ave., reported to police that
Ann'a Heffler, former manicure,
has kidnaped Frances Daniels, his
Mrs. Daniels recently had Miss
Heffler arrested, but was unable
to prove her charges against her?
Miss Heffler has been swearing
vengeance since, Daniels said.
Geo. Vilford, actor, held to
grand jury by U. S. Commission
er Foote on charge of bringing
Edna Montecino from New Or
leans to Chicago forimmoral pur
poses. $2,815,927 added to valuation
of Chicago Railways Co. by
Board of Review.
Irish of Chicago are making
.great preparations for Feis to be
held in Gaelic Park, 47th and Cal
Eugene V. Stone, printer, 2723 .
N. Monticello av., killed himself
hy gas asphyxiation. Poor health.
All preparations for big tag day
for locked out and striking news
paper workers a week from Sat
urday are complete.
Preparations have been in
hands of Women's Auxiliary of
the Federated Newspaper Trades
and Women's Trades Union
John Evans, union newsboy,
shot by unidentified man from
rear of Chicago American auto
truck. No arrest.
Evans is not badly injured, bul
let only making a flesh wound.
But this was not the fault of the
thug on the Hearst wagon.
National Mothers' Congress
says that if the husbands and
fathers would only "put their feet
down" the hobble and tight-fitting
skirt would soon disappear.
Why is the National Mothers'
Congress trying to get the men in
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