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6706 S. State St. Two burglars be
lieved to have started it.
Detective Lawrence McArdle,
Evanston police dent., shot at rat and
hit his own foot.
Harry Stanic, 25, 8328 Houston av.,
fined $500 and sent to county jail for
two months for hitting S. Kozlowsky,
G, 5338 Houston. av. with brick.
Gustave Said, 33, Arabian acrobat,
found dead in gas-filled room at 12 E.
Judge Landis scoffs at several
death threat letters he has received
Wm. Salow, 75, and wife, 76,
found dead in gas-filled room at 1058
N. Pulaski av. Dead three days when
Emily Thomas, 15, great-granddaughter
of W. H. Bissell, once gov
ernor of Illinois, who ran away from
Springfield convent, found wander
ng around Union Station. Taken to
One hundred and fifty members of
Chicago Federation of Girls invaded
(ouncil chambers last night to hear
talk by Prof. Graham Taylor.
Police looking for man who tried
to mistreat Jessie Riddel, 4, 2520 N.
Aid. Irwin R. Hazen will introduce
ordinance making it an offense to
give cigarette "makins" to boys
Martin Olsen, chicken dealer, 7924
Coles av., S. Chicago, after losing
several prize" henB, now paints green
rings around their necks.
Sidney Kauders, former singer who
lived at 402 B. 51st st. before he drew
$4,850 out of Kenwood Trust and
Savings Bank on deposit of $150,
caught in Seattle.
Frank Lid, 1836 S. Throop st.,
drank poison. Dead. Ill health.
Three men arrested for insulting
women on Madison st. car.
Sen. S. A. Ettelson says it will be
ecessary for Gov. Dunne to call ex
.ra session this winter.
Screech owl shot and killed by
George Gittelson, Art .Embroidery ;
Co., "when it perched on 7th floor
window at 312 W. Jackson blvd.
State Food Inspector W. Scott
Matthews asked members of Illinois
Federation of Women's Clubs, to co
operate with him in his work.
Mrs. Mary Lee, witness against
clairvoyants, says she has received
telephone calls urging her not to hurt
Mary E. Miller, noted woman at
torney, will speak before the First
Ward branch of the Socialist Party,
Sunday evening, Nov. 16.
First Deputy Schuettler and Sec
ond Deputy Funkhouser visited East
Chicago av. station and decided Desk
Sergt. Frank Dooley had been drink
ing too much. May prefer charges.
Wm. Friedman, 1065 W. 14th St.,
robbed of gold watch, overcoat and
$20 by negro in tuxedo and silk hat.
Surgeons, now in convention here,
say .hospital patients suffer from doc
tors' hidden errors.
Lowell Sackett, 19, chauffeur for
F. S. Kennedy, Hyde Park Hotel, took
boss car without permission. Want
ed to give girl a ride. 15 days in jail.
Congressman Martin B. Madden
wants public ownership of river
Chief Cleason put kibosh on plan to
have brass band for police force.
Illinois Rendering Co. makes offer
to dispose of city garbage.
Funk case to jury tonight.
TALK STIRS PURITY CONGRESS
Minneapolis, No. 12. A lecture on
eugenics by Mrs. Mary-E. Teats, Chi
cago, almost sw,ept the world's Pur
ity Congress off its feet. Mrs. Teats
declared that one-third of the pres
ent generation was made up of "in
carnate accidents" arid that it would
be better for the world if no children
were born for five years and we
could spend our time looking after
the generation already here.
According to astronomers, there
are 300 stars-100 times as large as
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