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Police failed to find any trace ofl
body supposed to have been, thruwxij
from 35th st bridge yesterday. J
Henry Spencer, Will be turned oven
to JDuPage1" county --for immediate
Several families routed -.when fii
destroyed three-story building at 82
Police acting 'on clue that whiter
man may have ben:irtvolvedin.3irar-
der of Ida Leegson. . -. i
City to make test of Dr. J. M
Hirsch's fonnula for deodorizing gar-
Max Annenberg has filed $50,00(1
libel suit against Examiner for call-i
ing him slugger and gunman.
Evelyn Vehlow, 62115 Wellington
st, drqwned in north, branch of river.)
Prof. Chas. Zoeblin urged develop-!
meat of nation's water power.
County Board has called for bida
for new tuberculosis hospital Tiri in-
firmary quarters at Oak Forest.
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young proposes to
lecture parents on sex hygiene.
John Calvin Hanna, principal of
Oak Park High. School, resigned ta
become state supervisor of -schools
Mrs. Helen Beyer, 53, 619 Center)
st, suicide. Gas.
Postoffice department will try free
delivery system at Lake Forest.
Work on 'shaping Chicago charter,
has begunf ? '.
Hamlin Garland has quit board of
directors of Chicago Theater Society,
Rumors of internal strife.
Italian-Americans says Americans
are slighting memory of Christopher
Edw. 'White, 950 W. Jackson blvd
robbed of $15 by three men at Adams
and Sangamon sts. ,
Michael Clemens,, 4330 S. Ashland
av., instantly killed by auto driven by
'Jos. Jesisk, Blue Island constable.
October grand jury has assumed
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Landis, Lai
Grange, HL, narrowly escaped death;
Jury being selected to try Daniel
Donohue, Ailleen Heppner and Isaac
Stiefel in Funk conspiracy case..
Prospective jurors being asked if they
knew William Lorimer or Edward S.
ij Patrick Canary, 66, saloonkeeper,
found dead in his home, 169 N. Ada
st. Suicide. Carbolic acid.
Appellate Court upheld right of
school boards to expel frat members.
Chicago Jews and Christians will
unite in protest against Beilis "ritual
Cooper special grand jury took up
probe of election frauds again.
Garbage collection to be resumed
Henry Spencer now says he was a
great pal of Trilby Thompson and
John O'Laughlin, 1449 S. Spalding
av., and John McGovern, 2909 W.
Congress st, probably fatally injured
and two others hurt when their auto
was struck by Van Bureii st car at
Three firemen hurt by falling walls
in $150,000 fire at Northwestern
Brewery, 2270 Clybourn av. Un
Joseph Horansky, 35, 2042 W. 21st
pi., struck and Injured by American
Express Co. wagon at Congress and
H. C. Bown, Clyde, III., killed by C,
B. & Q. train at Taylor and Jefferson
Albert Brase, 44, 2042' E. 21st st.,
received fractured skull when wheel
of wagon he was driving came off
and he fell to the street
One hundred and ten students of
Proviso Township high school in
Maywood went out on strike because
they were refused holiday on Colum
"Estimated that Chicago pays 18
cents a second for care of its 20,000
dependents in state institutions."
Frank Hesse, 2422 N. Monticello
av., trampled to death by horse.