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Patrick Enright, witness in Funk
case, testified lie had never seen Att'y
Morris Cerber, ernplpyment agent,
1051 W. 12th St., fined $50 and costs
by Judge Goodnow for taking money
without getting .people jobs. Com
plainant was State Employment
agencies Inspector Richard Knight.
Shake-up of police force due next
Fort Sheridan troops ready for or
ders to go to Mexican border.
Grafton R. Stevens, consulting en
gineer, and his wife burned to death
in fire that destroyed their home in
Ernest Keapus, Joliet, robbed of
$28 while dozing on park bench be
side strange, young lady.
John Wagner, 47, 244 W. North
av., shot and killed himself. Family
Frank Reichart, 8819 Commercial
av., kille'd by fall from scaffold on W.
H. Merritt & Co. grain elevator, South
Bankers are pondering over. Jim
Hill's warning about "crude legisla
tors." BOATS COLLIQE IN FOG
San Francisco, CaJ., Oct. 31.
Word reached here that the steamer
Beaver, with 660 passengers on
board, was rammed by the Necani
can, a lumber schooner, 22 miles
south of Point Arena, during a heavy
fog. The Beaver was struck above
the water line and one passenger was
slightly hurt, and the boat was able
to continue on her course.
JUMPED FROM FIRE WILL DIE
Miss Ledah Crane, a stenographer,
was fatally injured when she jumped
from the third story of an apartment
building, 4120 Drexel boulevard, at
tacked by flames early today. Her
hip was dislocated, both legs broken
and she suffered internal injuries.
Twenty persons were earned down
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Natch er PstiS
Franklirrtown, La, H. D.
man, pres. Commercial Bank
msa, wnicn recently xauea,
nated from ambush.
Bank in hands of reecivers und dojowSfji
funds caused by unjustified krioclcj'ij
Rncnrr iCv-Droe Mtriariu-
Boston Central Labor UnIottsai
Gov. Eugene N. Foss for lOOO,
alleging slander In article writtea-
Gov. Foss during strike InHyde Ei
niills." ' .
, Springfield, Mo, 2,000.. FnjioW
employes will be affected
cutting working days at the
Saturday. '- f i
or. j ai rsvi 1 1 e, u-hm s,uuy a morrm.
from .the 15,000 members of JE3kaariL' "
Ohio subHiistrict, United Mine "Work-? &&
ere of America, assujred striking miar
ers of Southern Colorado coal fiaMfii-
Foncl du Lac, Wki. Geo,.F. Johii t v
son, 2 died of lockjaw -caused jip V
being injured in corn ,shredder". '5 ..
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Iowe'en dancing party, Informal afct
iollv. at the Hotel LaSalle. Satur!
evening, November 1, under the aKf
pices of the Women's Trade UBipifjr
League. Tickets 50 cents each,toj2t
fftrp.pt.. nr at. ttip. donr'of the dannp. "tiklf C I
in the Hotel. - c 'TgVS;
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degrees; light to moderate, w
winds tonight becoming'yariabfe 9f$- ,
urday. Temperature Thursdwti '
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