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sionary, arrested. Charged with col
lecting money by saying he was go
ing to build church.
Sir George Croydon Marks, En
glish consulting engineer, says Chi
cago playgrounds are best in world.
Three women hurt-when their auto
was struck by 12th st. car at Hoyne
Judge Mahoney will investigate
professional bondsmen who have
been around S. Clark st. station.
Rev. Philip Yarrow says churches
need more high-classed men to enter
City will have Christmas tree 75
feet high in Grant Park for outdoor
Chicago Progressives willnot offi
cially recognize William Sulzer's
speech here Thursday.
Atty. Gen- Lucey, in speech before
United Irish Societies, says Ireland
will have home rule within year.
Harry Manley, Austin, badly -hurt
when his auto was struck by Halsted
st. car at Addison st.
Charlie Jansowski, 10, 3245 Par
nell av., fell three stories. Skull frac
tured. May die.
Election Commissioner Howard S.
Taylor told Woman's Party of Cook
County investigation of alleged vot
ing machine fraud is "farce"
Edward Cook, Rossville, III., robbed
of $50 and glas? pistol filled with
candy by two negroes.
Jesse Davis, 7, 1414 W. Chicago
av., struck and injured by auto of
Frank Hirsch, 1241 S. Avers av.
George Moore, 9019 Commercial
av., shot in nose by bullet that ex
ploded in bonfire.
Commonwealth Edison rate cut
comes up before City Council tonight.
Mary Garden and the other opera
- stars are in town for opening of sea-
? son tonight.
' Citizens' Ass'n will demand that
Mayor Harrison put end to "26" dice
Mrs. Ingebord Jensen, 3832 N. Troy
St., found dean" in gas-filled room.
Strong army of Democrats assem
bled, at Grand Opera House yesterday
afternoon and fired first shot in cam
paign to place Roger Sullivan in U.
Mrs. Harriet Baker, widow of Harr
H. Honbre, Jr., says Mrs. Potter
Palmer and other members of Hon
ore family have hounded her. Has
sued for his estate.
Milwaukee, Wis. Adam Von Froh
llch, solicitor, sentenced to six
months for forcing ten kisses on Mrs.
Minneapolis. Rigid investigation
being made into death of girl believed
to be Anna Olson on operating table
in office of Dr. C. H. Hunter. Chloro
"POLICE DENY RECEIVING ANY
The Chicago police this afternoon
declared they had received no tele
grams or other "official" advice from
Los Angeles, regarding the statement
of Mrs. Vera Scott that she shot and
killed Marshall Field, Jr.," in Chicago
several years ago, and said that no
investigation was being made here.
Following the death of Field, Lieut.
Enright, in his official report, describ
ed the shooting as accidental.
THE ARKANSAS DAIRYMAN
Ell Meadows, who has gone to
Booneville for a while, writes us of a
peculiar experience he had recently.
Ell said he had bought him a cow
since going to Booneville, that the
other night he went out to his cow
stall to feed and by mistake mixed up
a nice mash in' a boxfull of sawdust
instead of bran. The cow merely
supposing that hard times had come
and that they were - all going to
economize, meekly ate his supper and
Ell never discovered his mistake until
the next morning, when he milked
the cow and she let down a gallon of
turpentine, a quart of shoe pegs and
a bundle of lath Danville (ArkJ