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government cases against Chicago
Board of Trade.
Randolph Gibson, 17, said to be
son of wealthy Southerner, arrested
on charge of taking auto from Sheriff
W. S. Lindell, Valparaiso, Ind.
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young returned
from vacation and began to lay plans
for new sex hygiene course.
George Von L. Meyer, Jr., son of
former secretary of navy, is in Chicago-Progressive
Club will hold big
"Bull Moose" dinner tonight.
Body found in lake at foot of 24th
St., Sunday, identified as Thos. Bren
nan, 6821 Langley av.
Chas. F. Drucker, 928 S. Ashland
av., sued for $25,000 by Rose
Markewsky, 907 Myrtle st. Breach
of promise. ,
Wm. Sinda, 2536 Cortland st.,
slashed wife 15 times with pen knife
and then cut his own throat. He's
dead. She will recover. Anna, 8, was
stabbed twice trying to save mother.
Fred Bhbwrent, 1347 S. Union st.,
badly hurt when thrown from wagon
after it was struck bv State St. car.
Police of Robey st. station looking
for two young Danaits wno neia up
fiirn nonnlp Inst Tlieht
Mandamus Droceedinss to force
City Treasurer Michael J. Blynn to
place city money in bank designated
by Comptroller John E. Traeger will
Uarrv Case. 20. member of Illinois
National Guard, drowned in lake at
Hans Bauder, Swiss, will be deport
ed unless something unforeseen oc
Mrs. J. Adler. 4725 Forrestville av.,
injured when her auto collided with
that of Charles uruse, xta La.
Anthony Seaman, 19, fell Into lake,
Illinois Naval Reserves.
Pnlico and friends huntinsr for Carl
Bach, 12, 4124 N. Paulina st., and
Harry Kellogg, 12, uerteau av.,
who disappearea bunaay.
v H. Dntto. 45. Toledo. O.. and an
unidentified man, were killed by Chi
cago & Nortnwestern passenger ui
the Maywood yards.
John Anderson, Tarmer, tiDurn,
111., found badly beaten at Central av.
and aMdison st. Toledo police ne
had been robbed.
Special band concert at Grant Park
Burglars stole $z,uuu wortn ot
cloth from firm of Russell & Row
land, 8th floor 540 W. Harrison st.
Henry Johansen, engineer, 1933
W. 31st st, seriously scalded by
steam pipe explosion in inos. wuce
Sash and Moulding Co. plant, All-
port av. and 22d st.
Edward Beany, zu mapiewooa
av.. railroad fireman, probably fatal
ly injured when two switch .engines
collided at 48th st. and Chicago &
Western Indiana tracks.
Frank Calomb, Fire insurance
Patrol No. 12, was injured trying to -sat
cat during fire at home of, Mrs.
J. Sheehan, 912 W.' Congress st
U. S, REPRESENTATIVE TENDS
Jacksonville, III., Aug. 19. While
Sec'y of State Bryan has been ex
pounding the merits of grape juice
to Chautauqua audiences and eke
ing out his income, Rep. Thomas F.
Lyon of Springfield has been tending
store in this city.
Lyon, whose business ordinarily is
that of attorney, recently bought a
little general store from a friend,
trading in payment for it a lot of
Missouri land that he didn't care to
farm. Until he can find a local man
to handle the business for him he will
cut steaks and weigh sugar like a
regular. Lyons says the store helps
out with the summer expenses.
London editors have discovered'
that "tango" is Latin for "I touch"
and they say that if a baboon were
trained to play ragtime, he'd soon be
the rage in London. They've surely
got it bad, over there.