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Miss Gladys Benham, Hamil
ton, 0., wants local police to find
lier, Wm. Benham, believed to
Virginia Brooks, W. Ham
mond reformer, will support J. M.
Wofcyzinski, reform candidate
for mayor, for re-election. Says
they will have bitterest political
reform fight West Hammond has
"Hurry call" to police that
"Trilby" Thompson was alleged
to be dying and a policeman dead
after a revolver duel brought po
lice to saloon of Thos. Stanton,
1557 W. 12th st. Fake. Call
traced to saloon of J. Barron, 1700
W. 12th st. Barron will have to
Jos. Zolinsky, 1542 Cornell St.,
dying. Slashed 6 times with razor
by S. Xowak in front of 1621 W.
Huron st. Nowak arrested.
Woman's Trade Union League
declare vocational training to be
the function of public schools.
Heat from steampipes in Black
stone Hotel took voice away from
Mme. Clara Butt, English con
tralto. Couldn't appear at con
cert. Audience got money back.
Dean Talbot of U. of C. says
that report in morning news
paper that all but 6 of 200 coeds
who attended pure food supper at
Lexington Commons Thursday
night were poisoned by ptomaines
was an "absolute falsehood."
West End Woman's Auxiliary
B. M. Z. will give last annual ball
at Dreamland tomorrow night.
Benefit for new Orthodox Home
for Aged and Infirm.
Old Glory Post No. 798, G. A.
R., says no ambulances will fol'
low Memorial Day parade to pick
up stricken veterans.
Att'y R. Whitman chosen pres.
Civil Service Reform Ass'n to
succeed R. Catherwood.
Carl Armoux, 1427 Brown av.,
Evanston, suicide. Gun. Ill
W. Walkowski, 645 W. Elm
st. ; John Ward, 840 Sedgwkk st.,
and J. Stetz, 515 W. Superior st.,
youths, arrested for theft of tub
Harry Stafford, 17, 11010 In
diana av., dead. Accidental.
Dr. S. Willard, 91, 1526 Fargo'
av., soldier author and educator,
Theresa Middona, 4, 125 E.
117th pi., dead. Burns. Played
Henry Martin, 5, 1819 Ellen
st., shot through nose with air
rifle by Max Schecker, 12, same
Webb at it again? Kaplin
Bros.' saloon, 4453 S. State st.,
robbed by three men. Believed
Webb and companions.
David Payton, 3653 Calumet
av., victim of 3 holdup men. Got
$16 and watch. Believed Webb
Ray Creps, 7046 Adams av.,
victim of holdups. Got $70. Be
lieved Webb and companions.
Safeblowers interrupted at
work in United Cigar Store, 169
W. Jackson blvd., by detectives.
Revolver duel running through
loop district. Escaped.
Three robbers held up saloon
of M. Peterson, 4735 W. North
av. Got $100. Escaped