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dye shop, 3527 N. Clark st, held cap
tive by dog.
John Spankenell, 2033 W. Walton
St., asphyxiated when he fell asleep
watching gas stove.
Bertram B. Udell, editor of Wil-
TneH-fi TMtiv.fn in fijrhf- pnfnrpprt mpdi-
(A cal inspection in schools.
Mugusius c. LMCKinson, presjuent
of Consolidated Stone Co., adopted
3-year-old girl of poor parents.
National Spiritualist Ass'n. plan to
open Julia Center here.
Forty-three new policemen grad
uated from Shakespeare av. school
and assigned to stations.
Chas. Jaggers, 2210 W. Chicago
av., disappeared Sept. 11. Had $20.
Atty. John A. Verhoeven says W. N.
Selig, motion picture man, and not
T. A. O'Shaughnessy, owns sails on
Mrs. -Margaret M. White sued Os
car M. White, Board of Trade man,
for divorce. Names Maude Kline.
Married 35 years.
International Lyceum Ass'n. of
America, now in session, has begun
war against poverty.
Walter Belcher, negro, 1809 Fed
eral St., shot and probably fatally
wounded by Robert Stanley, another
Relatives of Kazimir Hals, who
was killed while working on Lincoln
Park Boar'd temporary railroad, has
sued board for $10,000.
Two alleged robbers arrested after
they tried to hold up Harry Epstein
in his clothing store, 651 S. State st.
Despite fact that 11 out'of 24 "hon
or prisoners" released by Judge Ma
honey Sunday did not show up for
trial, the judge will continue his ex
periment. President Peter .Reinberg says
school board should not be so hasty
in passing resolutions.
Mayor Cochran, Lake Bluff, is lead-
wg ngnt against tango, ais aauguier
f Thirteen women residents of vicin
- Ityaroupd N.' Oakley and Diversey
avc. protested against locating new
garbage plant near there.
'Mrs. Barbara-Addis, 611 E. ,47th
st, heard burglar in house. Afraid
to awaken hubby. Burglar escaped
Police 'searching for $5,000 worth
of diamonds said to have been left
by Mrs. Grace Scott, 28, 3205 Cot
tage Grove av., who committed sui
cide by gas yesterday.
Coroner Hoffman's public -safety
committee met yesterday and elected
G. H. Whittle, Ass'n. of Commerce,
president. Outlined plans.
Mrs. Henry Sayre, 441 E. 46th st.,
struck by auto driven by C. M. Hayes,
411 Clinton st. Kneecap broken.
. Catherine Burns, 30, 426 N. West
ern av., badly bitten by dog owned by
Edw. Nagel, 428 N. Western av.
Judge Harry Olson in favor of
Christ Nolan, arrested as suspect
in Garfield Park State Bank robbery,
Government experts will probably
put kibosh on Chicago harbdr plan.
SOME MORE THAW STUFF
Littleton, N. H., Sept. 16. The ap
plication of Harry K. Thaw for fed
eral writ of habeas corpus was con
tinued lor one week at the request of
Thaw's counsel when the case was
called before Judge Aldrich in the U.
S. District Court.. Gov. Felker has
set next Tuesday morning as time for
hearing on the extradition warrant
issued by Acting Gov. Glynn request
ing Thaw's return to New York state.
SHOT DURING CELEBRATION
Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 16. Mrs John
Vargel, 45, mother of nine childre"h,
lies fatally wounded as result of a
charivari at her home to celebrate
the marriage of Bessie Bush and Lud
Merrymakers, some of them carry
ing firearms, fired several shots into
the house to arouse the young cou
ple. Orie of the bullets wounded Mrs.
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