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where that war la as unnecessary as it Is cruel and horrible, and that it is
a game of kings in which there is neither sport, profit nor happiness f$r
the universal human brotherhood.
NEWS OF THE DaTcONCERNING CHICAGO
VY- J. Calhoun spoke on "China"
last night before Industrial club at
The Trib has come out with an at
tack on the Duket tuberculosis cure,
which Billy Lorimer is having admin
istered free to poverty-stricken suf
ferers at his West Side sanitarium.
Wm. Keegan, 2111 Seminary av.,
beat up Charles Sheppard, 2145 Ra
cine av., who nearly ran him down
with auto. Keegan arrested.
Herbert Longstaff, 4348 Calumet
av., architect, tried to shoot self while
calling on Ida Pabler, 1019 Dearborn
av. Succeeded in shooting his hair
off and scaring family cat to death.
Detective Sergeant James Duffy,
who held Mrs. Ella Magee at S. Clark
street station for four days for war
rant and was roasted by Judge Uhlir,
has -resigned to prevent being
dragged before trial board.
Plot to oust Mrs. Ella Flagg
Young, supt of schools, seen as re
sult of Board of Education's decision
to select own speller.
AI Warren, negro who brought
Mary Garter, white woman from Chi
cago to Gary, Ind., for immoral pur
poses, sentenced to one year in Joliet
by Judge Landis.
William Bojand, 33, 1833 Canalport
av., "fire fan," tried to jump on back
of. fire engine. Missed. Died at
Anton Gaska, champion wrestler of
Chicago police department, prob
ably saved four children's lives by
stopping runaway horse at North
Central Park av. and George st
Northwestern University, Evans
ton, grabbed $100,000 from general
education fund pie in New York.
Alfred Walson, broker, seeking to
have wife's alimony reduced, said his
wife used to beat him regularly and
that she snapped revolver; tcrhis face.
Mrs. Elsie Lofgren, 27, 1039 Barry
av., suicide. Gas. Quarrel with hus
band. Mayor Knotts, Gary, Ind., has or
dered notorious red light district to
be wiped out. "Mike de Pike" Heit
ler of Chicago is said to own several
Broken axle on train near Morgan
street station of Oak Park "L" tied
up traffic between 7:30 and 8:30 last
Frank Slaby found guilty Qf wife
murder by jury in Judge Walker's
court yesterday. Life sentence.
Five alleged burglars arrested by
Maxwell street police after exciting
Sergt. Hughes' flying squad from
22d street station arrested 40 men
and women in private "flats." Fined
$5 and costs each by Judge Hopkins.
James T. Harahan, sone of late
Jas. Harahan, former president of
Illinois Central, secretly married
May 15 to Marie Jeannette tang,
formerly of Wiesbaden, Germany.
Wm. Lasbon, 5752 Winchester av.,
Panhandle road conductor, killed.
Fell under wheels of train.
Herman Lehrman, 875 Lill av.f
chauffeur for Bertram J. Bussiere,
4539 Hazel av., fined $200 and costs
for speeding, by Judge Fry.
Mayor Harrison's gone "fishinV
John Meyers, 1008 Austin av.
crushed by elevator at foundry, 159
N. Jefferson st May die.
"Goldie" Reeser whom Examiner
discovered as "key" to Logue mur
der, is being held on charge disor
Sophonisbra Breckenridge, Univer
sity of Chicago, doesn't like the
O'Hara vice commission and told her
audience about it in a South Side
Asst ChiefSchuettter give ouf ofi