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received free Wassermann bio-d teds
at County Hospital unless they pay.
John T. Russell, Master Butchers
Ass'n., sayb vrasteful housewives are
partly to blame for high cost of liv
ing. Throwing-away the best part of
th" meat. ""
Three thousand Illinois Central em
ployes will celebrate second anniver
sary of their strike next Sunday.
Arthur Bailey, 120 E. Ohio st., and
Louis Dix Brass, 15 E. Illinois St., ar
rested in Edgewater on charge of be
Attendants at Elgin Asylum battled
on roof and overpowered woman pa
tient with suicide mania.
Robert Cather'wood, pres. of Cook
County Civil Service Commission,
won praise for model civil service law
presented to U. S. government.
Dr. Frank W. Tracy, 2731 N. Clark
st., sued for divorce. Wife names
Edna McGowan, his office assistant.
Robber frightened away from
Frederick's jewelry store, 15 E.
Washington st, by burglar alarm.
Gov. Dunne and Gov. Cox, Ohio, in
Chicago today on way to Farmers'
National Congress at Piano, m.
Walter Kalijenski, 31, 1035 Noble
st., struck over head with revolver in
Warsaw Buffet, Division st. and Mil
waukee av. Police investigating.
Albert R. Ziergiebel, 22, 444 S.
Clark st., robbed of $37 at Harrison
and Federal sts. by two men, who
were later arrested.
George Winfield, 12, 1146 S. West
ern av., disappeared for 5th time
Wholesale egg dealers deny that
egg and butter monopoly exists.
OUT OF HIS CLASS
National Guard cavalry officer, to
trooper, whose horse continually falls
to the rear: "How's this? You told
me your horse had won half a dozen
matches against some of the best
horses in the country."
"So he has, sir," replied the
trooper. "It was in plowing matches
lie took the prizes." Top-Notch.
BITS OF NEWS
Milwaukee, Wis. Frank Wisniew
ski, released from House of Correc
tion, where he served one year for
murderous assault on his wife, was
welcomed to new home provided by
wife, who had worked as cook during
his incarceration. Wisniewski blam
ed whisky as reason for assault and
has signed pledge.
San Francisco. Mrs. Edna Rhein
strom, actress who married Harry
Rheinstrom, son of Cincinnati mil
lionaire,' intends to sue husband for
maintenance. Says his family pre
vents his supporting her.
Detroit, Mich. Burglars stole $600
from cash drawers of Newcomb-En- "
dicott department store. Overlooked
thousands of dollars in safe.
Milwaukee, Wis. Unidentified
young woman run down and -fatally
injured by Milwaukee train.
. Shreveport, Miss. Mrs. Bella
Stroud, young woman who killed her
husband last spring and against
whom murder charge is pending,
made defendant in suit for $5,000,
amount of victim's life insurance,
filed by Stroud's parents.
Dubuc, vla. Jos. Bohlen and Wm.
Becker were attaked by huge
panther and escaped after battle.
Farmers are escorting their children
to school and women will not venture
out of doors.
Lakota, N. D John K. Davis
bound over to the district court
charged with, murder of Tony Poil
man, farmer, after quarrel.
Wellesville, O. 17 persons injured,
several seriously, when Tri-Stata.
Electric interurban car jumped track.
Grand Rapids, Mich. Five men
seriously injured at Grand Rapids Gas
Co.'s plant when wall of plaster fell.
Galesburg, III. Mrs. J. T. Mc--
Knight, who recently gave $50,000 ,to
Knox College, dead.
Put a clean oyster shell in the bot
tom. of a kettle and no crust will form
on the kettle's inside.