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posed studyof sex hygiene in public
schools. . J
Councilmen wjll take up 'railway
terminal question immediately.
Mary E. Darlink, 17, wanted in Des
Moines on forgery, charge, arrested1
Milwaukee Civil Service Commis
sion and Bureau of Municipal 'Re
search studying. Chicago, ideas., on
The death of his wife will not stop
trial of John M. Puller, "on trial be
fore Judge Uhlir for wife abandon
ment. C. E. Anderson, 26, 5133 Jackson
av., injured when auto skidded and
bumped into street car.
Proposal to get -rid of Evanston
squirrels blocked by; aldermen.'
Jacob Paffmari; 220 S. Western av.,
robbed of $135 and Charles, Cross,
1319 E. 66th St, robbed of $71 by
pickpockets on Halste'd stcar. '
"Old t Doc" Russell, alias Prof.
Stone, clairvoyant, refuses to make
any more -confessions concerning
Mrs! Mary Houlihatf,-320 S. Mor
gan St., fainted while testifying
against husband before Judge Dolan.
Man fined $100.
''Joseph Detloff, West Hammond,
fined $4 for trying to make his wife
pose as "September Morn" in bath
tub. Frank Osborne and Arthur Smith,
convicted of crime against 11-year-old
girl, freed to save girl's name.
Case against Fred Beisswanger,
former Niles, HI., justice of peace, in
dicted for failing to 'turn over' fines,
non-suited 'because .court records
were lost ,
Citizens' Association of Chicago
wants new charter convention called.
.The H. J. Armstrpng Co., one of the
(hops against whom the Bookbinders'
tod forwarders' Union, Local 27,
Struck, has agreed to the new scale
Df $22.50 and the menjhave returned
to work,. .Eighty men from -fourteen
jhops are still on strike. .
- rSan Diego, ' Cal. Revolutionists
under command of Gen. Carranza,
killed young American and wife at
Durango, after tying woman to bed
and submitting her to indignities ac
cording to report of Mrs. Mary
Carlyie III. Gerhard Rosing, 80,
dropped dead after argument with
,book agent. Heart disease.
London. Miss Sylvia. Parikhurst,
daughter of militant suffraget leader,
'released from jail under "cat and
mouse" Jaw. ' f
Davenport, la. Fire destroyed
'Coliseum. Loss $40,000. s - t .
Fort Madison, la. Overturned!
lamp set fire to log cabin. Miss Ellen
Wallis, 70, cremated.
St. Paul, Minn. Edward Mulligan,"
55, for years one of most prominent
organists of country, died wjiile play-i
Meadow, S. D. Because Mildred
Fox, 14, would not marry him, John
Hickman,-negro, killed girl and her
' St Louis. Drug clerk saved Iffe
of Virginia Lpwe by giving her sweet'
oil in place of laudanum with whichJ
she meant to suicide. Tired of life1
because- love was not returned.
Janesville, Wis. Death by suicide''
verdict of coroner's jury in case of
Prank Alden, 28,who lay down on
Northwestern tracks and was, run
over by switch engine.
Trinidad, Col. Gov. Ammqhs con
sidering establishment of state con-
stabulary. - -
Algo'na.'La. Bloodhounds trailing
stranger who assaulted Miss Hattie
Simpspn, 21, then shot her In leg
before he "fled to cornfields.
Fort Madison, la.-r-Arriving here
on. visit Mrs. .Paul Greeg found both
parents dead 'in 'bed. Heart disease
Washington Resolution introduc
ed by Senator Lewis protesting8
against persecution "of "ritual mur-
der" charge against Bellis.