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39th pi. and Sacramento av. Said
building was not properly con
structed to permit such exhibi
tions. Mamora Kishi, assistant mana
ger Imperial Hotel, Tokio, is at
Hotel La Salle. Here studying
Chicago methods to be installed
in leading hotels of Japan.
Carrier pigeon fell at feet of
Mrs. E. Morgan, South Chicago.
Will be sent on its way when it
Receivers for the Workers'
Publishing Society, publishers of
the late Paily World, have been
ordered to vacate premises at 207
W- Washington st., by Federal
Judge Landis, who also directed
that contents be removed at once.
Ethel Tobin suing Dr. Bertha
V)an Hoosen for $10,000, charg
ing personal injury. Dr. Van
Hoosen struck Miss Tobin with
her auto when she was alighting
from street car. She is also
charged with violating law by
failure to stop when approaching
Because dust from his neigh
bors' rugs bothered him, L. L.
Filstrup, 3146 Sheridan road, will
build an inch-thiek sheet-iron
fence all arund his house. It will
be three floors high.
Teachers who think increase in
pay is due them will be asked' to
appear before finance committee
of Board of Education Saturday
Rev. E. L. Reiner, Waveland
Avenue Congregational church,
Waveland and Janssen avs., next
Sunday will start eight Sunday
sermons on the theme: "The
Wedding Ring; or, Making of
Happy Home." Following sub
jects will be treated: Love,
Courtship, Beautiful Bride, Mar
riage, The Ideal Home, Enemies
of the Home, Friends of the
Home, and Mother, Home and
George Chelepis, 1004 W. Tay
lor st, struck by street car at
State and Van Buren sts. Bounced
up against another and rolled in
between them into death -strip.
F. Dottavio, 946 W. Ohio St.,
got thumb of kid glove from man
who held him up for 75 cents.
Will be used as evidence against
Ira Lounghost, negro, 950 Fulton
st., arrested as suspect.
Mrs. Mary Gigas, Passaic, N.
WITHIN THE WEIGHT
"Congratulate me; I've got a
fine 11-pound boy at the house."
. "Stork bring him?"
. "No, parcel post."