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poison in Salt Lake City yester
The Volivaites of Zipn City
had another battle with employes
of Cook Electriq Co. last uight.
Got worst of it again.
" George Corey, 15 E. 38th st,
sorry he did not have children.
Told wife so and killed himself
with revolver.- Made fortune by
introducing wagon lunch.
Fraternity house lodgers, at Xft
of C. sleep with guns under pil
low. Watching for burglar who
has entered houses nearby.
Mrs. Ethel Derby Piritz and
husband, Frank Piritz, in "Judge
Gemmill's court. Sweethearts
since childhood- Husband de
serted wife in four rhottths. Jury
could not agree. -
Mrs. Wm. Thome,5522 Emer
ald av., dying from grief over dis
appearance of son, Lwlie, 16, who
left home 5 weeks ago.
James Kinney, - sailor frpm
Manistee, sassed cook, John
Lundgren. Cook used -potato
knife. James at Passavant HoSr
. pital. Cqok in jail.
Miss Hattler Sattler, 9012
Green Bay av., and mother wak
ened by incendiary fire. Fourth
attempt-. They fought segregated
vice in South Chicago.
State's AttomeyMaclay Hoyrte
has ordered assistants to- stQp
subpoenaing policemen to Crim
inal Court when case are to be
Seventy monkeys brought to
Lincoln Park by Cy De Vry.
James Gordon, Lake Forest,
told of money he lent George W.
Fitzgerald, teller accused of
stealing $173,000 from U. S. sub
treasury. Mrs. Hilda Brown, heiressK
Nashville, Tenn., who, with her
two children, was visiting friends
in Chicago, disappeared.
Mrs. Ellen Kennedy, 40, 1672
N. Troy st., 'arrested, charged
with defrauding school teachers
by selling near-lace.
An 18-year-old girl left baby at
Salvation Army headquarters
yesterday to be cared for while
she went to work. Has not re
William P. Youngclaus, 5129
Sheridan Road, fatally injured
when his taxi was demolished by
auto driven by J. B. Bour, 6840
Federal Council of Churches of
Christ in America yesterday
dropped word "Protestant" from
report of committee, thus inviting
Roman.. Catholic to work with
Paul Nemec, 540 W. 20th St.,
killed -instantly when carbonic
tank blew up in Bishop, Babcock
& Becker's factory, 1516 Burling
ton st. One man fatally injured.
Former Vice President Fair
banks, addressing Hamilton Club,
attacked Gov. Blease of S. Caro
lina, for assailing Constitution of
Samuel P. Gerson, theatrical
man arrested on con game war
rant. Gerson told Fred D." Organ
he owned one-half interest in play
and got money on strength of
Employment office opened in
John Marshall High School.
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