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auto driven by Joseph Cohen, 1014 S.
Edw. James, 8, 3525 N. Marshfield
av., whose skull was fractured when
iron gate fell on him Sept. 25, is dead.
Robert Fischer 514 W. 57th St.,
suicide in Alhambra Hotel. Poison.
Twenty-two men arrested in raid
on "blind pig" in Evanston.
District Attorney Wilkerson has
gone to Washington to confer about
pending federal trials. Will take up
Bell telephone matter.
Progressive Club has challenged
Herm Kohlsaat, standpat Republican,
to joint debate on politics.
Mangled body of unidentified man
found on street car tracks at W. Chi
cago and N. Kostner avs.
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young says she
never heard of an erring high school
County board approved bond to
pay further expenses of County
Parkside School won cup for hav
ing most attractive premises.
Searching for Samuel Lux, carpen
ter. $25,000 coming to him in Pitts
burgh. Mayor Harrison asks fund for "ffi
ciency investigation by civil service
Zar-Adusht Hamish's trial delayed
for five days.
' Mrs. Isabelle Claunch, 521 S. Cali
fornia av., couldn't enjoin fourth
.hubby from leaving her because she
nas no legal claim to mm. Married
within two years after divorce from"!
k. j. uraai, auegea music com-i
poser, arrested for failing to provide
tunes for the outbursts of Henrietta
"Shaw Winters, 1245 LaSalle av., after
collecting $50 from her.
International Union of Steam and
Operating Engineers have built home
at 6334 Yale av.
National Association of Letter Car
riers voting on question of joining
American Federation of Labor.
Electric' runabout, operated by
jpungjjirL ran down, and injured
Max Blumberg, 911 S. Paulina st,
and escaped. Car belongs to George
Ehrat, 1920 Morse av., Rogers Park.
U. S. Labor Arbiter W. L. Chambers
will select two men to represent pub-
lie in settling trouble between Bur
lington Road and its employes.
Henry--W. Hinger, 1119 Addison
av., who boasted he used to take
Judge Fry .out joyriding, fined $100
and costs by that judge for speeding.
Seven members of County Board
praised Henry L. Bailey, former war
den of County Hospital, who got
Pres. McCormick's axe.
THE REXROAT MURDER CASE
A slight hitch in the Rexroat mur- -der
case occurred today when Mayor
Heanor of West Chicago, IHT, refused
to allow the inquest to be held in
the City Hall. The inquest was re
moved to Wheaton. Nothing devel
oped and it was continued until Oc
The mysterious "Mr. Spencer,"
soiight as the slayer -of the tango
teacher, is now believer to be an itiri
erant picture salesman, who became
acquainted with the woman when she
was living with her husband at hi?
farm in Macombi I1L
Lincoln Spencer "will undergo a
grilling at the inquest and made givjjj
an account of his movements on, the
night of the murder and will be com
pelled to talk oyer-the telephone to
Mrs. Johnson, the dead woman's
landlady, to see if his voice resem
bles that of the man who called her
up. the morning after the murder and
informed ber that .Mrs. Rexroat was
going East to be married.
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""Halt, sir! Where are you run
ningZ Don't you see that the enemy
is charging us?"
"S-u-r-e, I s-e-e it, major. But
tactics says to always charge the
enemy's rear when possible and. I'm
going clear around the world to .get"
at 'em." "heaven villin'," ''
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