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pickpockets from lw York,
Chief McWeeny has issued or
ders to protect holiday throngs.
Cleofanti Campanini, his wife,
" 'formerly Eve 'Tetfazzmi, and
other opera notables-arrived yes
terday. ' Decreasing vanity and increas
ing virility are two qualities, the
, American people shouldhe thank
ful - for, said -' Rey-. Myron E.
Adams in Thanksgiving services
In the present year the church
has furnished 92 per rent of the
charjty workers, .said Rev. J. H-:
Carstens in sermon. i
Departments of Y. M. C. A.
will give turkey feasts -fdr men
away from home. - . '
Harry Pratt Judsonf president
of University of Chicago, argued
against needless division of Chris
tian beliefs and spoke-oi desire of
many churches to-co-operate for
Speakers told Sunday Evening
Club that Wtfson administration
will lqwer .tariff; slightly,' 'but
Congress will nofbe able to pass
effective anti-trust legislation
Right Reverend Paul P. Rhtfde,
auxiliary bishop of Chicago,
spoke at 25th anniversary of lay
ing of cornerstone. at .St. Nicho
. las' Church, Evanston
" Mrs. Ethel Hansen,' 26, 2828 N.
, California av., widow, siiiqide by
Mrs. Mary Wissman, 55, 199
Orchard.st., dropped dead on way
from party. Heart failure.
Gustav Edgren, 4728 West
Ohio St., severely' injured by
speeding aut. Car did not stop.
Captiain. Thomas C. Kaner re
tired from Chicago police force,
had a successful operation for ap
pendiciti&at Mercy hospital.
After breaking safe in. offices of
Republican Plumbing Co. at 651
West, Washington blvd. three
cracksmen were frightened away
Safe o'f United States Finishing
Co., 5th floor, 216 N. Clintonst.,
cracked. $150 in money and jew
Arthur Wicks, 135 Ada st., died
of 'injuries received last June
when struck by an auto truck be
longing to Case & Martin Pie Co.
Proctor Coquelin, 3, 3844 Calu
met av. died yes'terday of in
juries sustained last, Saturday
when assaulted by a negro in rear
of His1 store, 2441 South State st.
Gilbert Owens, 2641 South Dear
born St., "held by police. "
Margaret Newhaur, 4, received
fatal skull fracture while trying
to climb to tpp of table in father's
saloon, 5140 South LaSalle st.
Enoch; Morganj 1656 West
12th ,st died last night. "Ac
cidentally .shot by Ernest Esger
man Friday night. Esserman was
United States is making prep
arations to sue, moving picture
trust and possibly force them to
return; $10,000,000 to picture
Fried L. Crowley, artist, 4438
Park ave,, "beaten and robbed of
R. W. St. Pierre, 1600 West
Ohio st., met two burglars in his
rooms. One walked away with