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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITSlS
Former manager of cereal com
pany tells of price combine at "oat
meal trust" quiz.
C. C. Barnes, 22; Harold Macklin,
19, and Lorin Buster, 1.6, seriously cut
in knife duel. All takento County
Hospital. Barnes may die.
345 policemen transferred by order
of Chief Gleason.
Ten bids received on $1,688,000
city bonds. Highest bid $98.32.
Esther Engelbreitson, 2, 1011 N.
lit av., Melrose Park, smothered to
death in mud.
Helena Schachlutska narrowly es
caped death when dress got caught in
wheels of Chicago & Northwestern
Trying to raise $1,000,000 for Gar
rett Biblical Institute at Northwest
John Cox hit wife with skillet be
cause her pancakes were "punk."
Discharged when wife admitted she
Mrs. Rose Harper, 31, 2923 W.
Monroe st, and Mrs. Mary Wallace,
46, 2923 W. Monroe St., struck by
auto belonging to Peter Shaughnes
sy, 3818 W. Van Buren st. Women
Head assistant school principals
get salary increase. Raise approxi
Brookfield residents demand utility
board ruling on increased fare.
Samuel M. Clark waiVed pto Des
plaines street station. "I have swal
lowed poison," he said, "and want to
die." Taken to Bridewell Hospital.
Andrew J. Murphy, 38, 7711 Coles
ar., took 30 grains of strychnine for
headache remedy. Dead.
Edward F. Dunne, Jr., and partner
touched for $50 by smooth stranger
who promised to get them $12,000
fee in divorce suit. Warrant issued
for swindler. ""
Roger C. Sullivan will arrive home
tomorrow- Warm time expected in
Democratic senatorial campaign.
1.232 names challenged in
Ward by election board.'
Teddy Roosevelt, Jr., unable to at
tend Progressive rally. Claims he
must leave for New York today. Was
announced as speaker in 21st Ward,
Bottle containing message picked
up at Wilson beach. Tells of sinking
of missing freighter Charles S. Price.
Bible story told in four mile long
movie film. Free performances twice'
daily at Auditorium commencing
Apni o. , tj-i.
William Spoole, 50, hejd as burjij
orlop SUSD6Ct 33i
Alfred Crory, 3001 Cottage GroyS
av., up for selling liquor to miner?
Bailiff refused to admit Alfred Rocjc,
witness in case, huuduk. jtjubcuu
tion found witness. New hearing f6r
April 17. .
County jailer blames prison dopej
ti-offin nn hwa snvR ir is imnnsRinif
to prevent admittance of drugsfS
long as-outside supplies are auc
Michael Spain, 60, salodnkeege
506 Root st., dropped oeao wnue.s
!nr Hrinlr Wftart. riififiARP. '.
Garbage reduction plant sanation?";
ed by experts. Central station and!,!
collection districts suggested, tyt
Inquest in double murder continued
until Peter Welter, suspected slayer,
John E. Northrup, special proseS
cutor, undecided as to vote iraud;
prosecutions, uases may De aroppea
if couniy fails to furnish funds.
Judfre. Gemmill insists that condi
tions at Rhodes Avenue Hospital are
1-J 0.. it ir, iUr. lUiA -, f -.
uau. oayo il. is me muu vase ui an
illegal operation against institution.
A mass meeting: will be -held fbt
Adolph D. Weiner, Democratic canjl
didate for alderman of 23d Ward, at!
St Sebastian's Hall. Wellington av3
and Halsted st, Thursday, April 2,j
Trial of H. A. C. Howard and A. Dl
Philnnt tirnmoters TT. S. Talking Xffifft
chine Co., begun. Men.' alleged $&h