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Hyde, 15, wHo lives in same build
ing. No word yet from the schoon
er Rouse Simmons. She was due
here with a cargo of Christmas
trees many days ago.
Miss Helen Uecker, 20, 1567
Lake St., returned from funeral.
Carbolic acid. Another funeral.
Some of the "redlight" dives
have been equipped with pad
locks. Others with swinging
Samuel T. Warfield, identified
with the $5,000,000 book scandal
being investigated by federal au
thorities in New York, surren
dered himself in Chicago yester
day. He was placed under $2,500
bonds by U. S. Commissioner
City heads agree not to give
permits to peddlers in downtown
district during Christmas rush
State's attorney will today ask
county board for five new assist
ants. Trial of John P. Tansey, charg
ed with graft, ended yesterday.
Decision next week.
G.' P. Francy, druggist at 1451
East 57th st., did not tell wife he
was going to banquet. She got
police. They found him.
The divorce suit against Gor
ham Tufts, the "Love God With
Gold Teeth," begins in Judge Mc
Kinley's court today.
Mrs. Phillip Henrici, stage girl,
with "The Million Dollar Eyes'
sprained her ankle at Wright
wood and Fine Grove avs.
Four joy-riders, two men and
two women, are at Robert Burns
hospital. They have refused to
tell their names. The auto be
longed to Chauncey Keep, 2835
Prairie av. He denies knowing
Health Commissioner Young
calls street car "traveling mi
A real circus was given in lob
by of Hotel Sherman yesterday to
attending delegates at convention
of Association of American Fairs
THE WORLD QUITS
The Chicagd Daily World sus
pended publication indefinitely
today for lack of fupds.
There was no money to pay
any of the employes. When the
printers heard this, they quit
When this happened, there was
nothing for fhe rest of the staff
to do but follow suit. The press
men stayed until the end of the
A. mass meeting of the many
stockholders and those interested
in the paper has been called"for
If enough money cari be-raised
at that meeting to nay off thp
debts of the paper it will be con
Customer Waiter, I notice "(g
that tne servants in tms estaDiisn- ,
ment are forbidden to accept
gratuities. Waiter solemnly) ,
Sir, ever since my earliest child
hood I have been noted for my;
disobedience. I "broke my moth
er's heart through it I Thank
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