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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Judge Landis refused to try
case of Robert Stevenson & Co.,
charged with shipping barrel of
spirits unlawfully", because mem
ber of firm was related to him.
Several shots exchanged when
two robbers entered saloon of C.
L. Dodge, 1100 Wells St., and
got away with $30 and $85 dia
So-called cultured society folks
are going to have great time in
attic of Saratoga hotel eating
steak with fingers.
Illinois commission on uniform
marriage and divorce, which met
yesterday, called divorce greatest
menace to nation.
John N. Willys, Toledo, paid
Rheinhardt art galleries $250,000
for Rembrandt's famous painting,
"The Praying Pilgrim.
Coroner's jury ordered investi
gation into death of Mrs. Mar
garet Steinhoff, 1830 N. Fairfield
av., found dead with bullet in
Vincent Stankus, 11, 934 W.
29th st., arrested last night, told
of existence of gang of boy
Three more cases of smallpox
discovered by health department
Fire destroyed Champion Oil
companv plant, 633-7 W. 39th st.
' $12,000 loss.
vRep. Wm. McKinley has prom
ised $50,000 to Chicago Chapter
of D. A. R. to help swell hote) for
working girls' fund.
Judge Dever may compel David
Saul Klafter, architect of col
lapsed Home theater on Milwau
kee av., to go to trial.
Mile. Stasia Napierkowska,
Polish-Turkish dancer, nearly
blew back to Paris because Hotel
Sherman wouldn't admit her dog. Q
Finally got rooms at another,
James W. Stacey, alleged as
sailant of former Lieut. B. J.
Burns in James Sidias' saloon,
1149 Wabash av., found guilty.
Will be sentenced by Judge
Richard Hargest, 42, grabbed
tray of pipes, valued at $30, in H;
M. Schermerhorn's cigar store,
59 W. Monroe st., and beat it.
Caught at State and Adams sts.
Woodlawn folks seem to have
won scrap against increased rates
and rotten service on Illinois Cen
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, sup't
of schools, has asked Board of
Education for $11,073,886 for ed
Battling Nelson was knocked
down for the count yesterday.
Fay King, Denver cartoonist,
was the winner. Cupid refereed.
E. R. Gage, piano tuner, was
caught in death strip between two
cars at van ruren ana waDasn. gu
Mrs. F. M. Birks, Peoria, lost
$500 diamond ring" in lavatory at
Sherman C. Kingsley, former
head of United Charities, nom
inated as harmony candidate for
alderman from Sixth Ward.
Fines of $100 and costs eachj-