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expelled from church on immorality
Terrence McArdle, 1104 Polk st.,
badly bitten by dog owned by Adam
Klink, 902 S. May st.
Speaker McKinley addressed Wo
men's Associationbf Commerce on
the efficiency of the present state
Jos. Baruso, 1015 Myrtle st., and
Nick Pape, 822 Lowell- pi., held to
grand jury on charge of robbing E.
J. Skillins' home, 249 S. Mapje av.,
Health Commissioner Young says
all theaters will have to be certified
as to their sanitary conditions.
Cook county may have "honor
.prisoners" from Joliet to assist in
road work here.
John Kill, 2700 Schubert av., held
to grand jury by Judge Dolan on
charge of shooting with intent to kill
his brother-in-law, Dort Benjamin,
4410 Lesington st. $1,500 bonds.
J. J. Miller, 6809 Green st., says
famous fire in Ayers building in 1898
and one in Skokie- Club in 1911 were
of incendiary origin and same person
started both. State's attorney will
J. R. Boynton, 1328 N. LaSalle st.,
robbed of $103 by pickpockets on
North av. car.
Public night schools open Oct. 6.
CIGAR CUTTERS ON STRIKE
Following the action of the Herz
berg Cigar Company, 1326 S. 28th
avenue, in discharging six of their
employes, twenty-seven cigar cutters,
employed there, have gone out on
The six men were discharged be
cause the owners accused them of
being the leaders of the unionization
; of the plant, which up until a month
. ago had been non-union.
INSANE MAN STARVES
i Kankakee, III., Sept. 17. John
-Hobertson, patient in the State Hos
pital for the Insane, who was fpund
in a deserted basement where he had
been living on water from a broken
pipe for nearly forty days, died with
out gaining sufficient strength to
make statement. How he came to
wander into the basement and not
be missed for forty days will prob
ably never be known.
FRIEDMANN TREATMENT IS NOT
Washington, Sept. 17. Up to date
the U. S. public health service has ob
tained no satisfactory results from
exhaustive and extensive investiga
tions of the Friedmann tuberculosis
The following letter was sent to a
tuberculosis sufferer, hundreds of
whom have written from alyl parts of
the country asking the Federal gov
ernment's decision on the Friedmann
"In reply you are informed that
the experir.ents which have been
conducted by this department with
relation to the alleged cure have not,
up to date, been satisfactory and for
this reason it has not been recom
mended by this bureau."
MAN TRIES TO BURN CHILDREN
MOTHER SAVES THEM
Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 17. A
man entered the home of Mrs. Rob
ert Zielke, while she was on an er
rant to the store, and set fire to the
mattress on which her little girl was
lying, and then took a baby boy and
laid him in a blazing baby carriage.
The mother's return just at that mo
ment saved the lives of the children.
The police believe the man is a
maniac with a desire to burn infants.
THE MEXICAN SITUATION
Washington, Sept. 17. President
Huerta's message to the Mexican citi
zens, and absence of any anti-foreign
spirit in connection with celebration
of Independence Day, gave officials
hope that Mexican situation is solv
ing itself. Huerta is now regarded
definitely pledged not to be candidate
at October elections.