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should teach girls to become good
wives and mothers.
Thos. Lomasny, 2474 Blue Island
av.-, accidentally killed by,gas.
Fifteenth Ward-Democratic Wo
men's Club organized at home of Mrs.
John P. Tansey, 2345 Cornelia st.
James T. Patterson, business agent
Bottled Beer and Liquor Wagon Driv
ers' Union, Local 344, appointed com
missioner of labor by Gov. Dunne.
Woman found unconscious at
O'Neil and Halsted sts. identified as
Mrs. Mary Eosey, 2811 Emerald av.
Gov. Dunne will open state-wide
campaign to secure safe railroad
Chicago night school may hold
classes in agriculture.
Chicago Church Federation Coun
cil, representing 600 churches, passed
resolution urging Pres. Wilson to up
hold Mann act.
University of Chicago may estab
lish students' court to violators of
David Barry, 80, former policeman,
died at 3154 Colorado av. On force
Lieut. Jos. C. Mullen, W. Chicago
av. station, transferred to Lawndale.
Aid. Lang will demand electrifica
tion of all railroads Monday night.
George Mintzer, 17, Danville, Pa.,
robbed of $14.95 while sleeping in
Ralph Westlund, 3118 Montrose
blvd., arrested on charge of trying to
hold up Mrs. fMary Boyer, 4527 N.
Seven alleged Chinese gamblers
arrested at 555 S. Clark st.
Fire wrecked Sullivan Oil bldg.,
413-15 Wells st. $60,000'loss. Guests
in nearby hotel panic-stricken.
Gertrude Applegate, 14, 2427
Washburne av., disappeared. Mother
Federal authorities say Curley, the
Crow Indian aid of Mabel Sturtevant,
is not original old Indian.
Two negroes arrested "as they were
holding up Dominick Kuzick, 2226
Wentwortb av., at 22d and-LaSalle.-!
BITS OF NEWS "
Minneapolis. Robber smashed
plate glass wmdow in jewelry store,
of J. B. Hudson & Son. Stole gold
watches worth $2,000.
New Orleans, La. New interpre
tation placed on Mann white slave,,
act here. Two booking agents in-"
1 dieted by federal grand jury for book
ing two St. Louis girls for cabaret
act in restricted district
Thief River Falls, Minn. Three
robbers held up express agerit and
ticket agent of Soo Road here. Rifled,
strong box. Escaped with $7,500.
Berlin. Reported that cases of
cholera have been discovered at'
Minneapolis. 500 tons of coal-are1
burning in basement of courthouse.
Impossible for firemen to re"ach blaze
which, however, cannot spread to
other parts of building.
Kalamazoo, Mich. Albert Welch,'
motorcycle rider injured Sunday
when machine skidded, dead.
Munden, Germany. George Ro-'
mahn, servant in kaiser's personal
retinue, beheaded for wife murder.
Scranton, Pa. Three trainmen on
Delaware & Hudson Railroad killed,:
three seriously injured in head-on
collision between two coal trains.
Los Angeles, Cal. Divorced wife
of Frank H. Ivy summoned him to
front door and shot hi mthrough ab
domen. Mortally wounded.
Minneapolis. Bodies of Geo. Er
nest and unidentified man, 75, found
in gas-filled house. Been dead two-weeks.
A solicitor called upon another
.member of the profession and asked
his opinion upon a certain point of.
law. The lawyer to whom the ques
tion was addressed drew himself up., Vu
"l generally get paid for what . L.
know," he said stiffly. The ques.
tioner took half a dollar from .his
pocket and offered it to the others
"Tell me all you know and give "me?
-the--change!" he said. - ii ' f