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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Charles Borchard, 520 W. 12th st.,
hit by auto. J. C. Garnett Olds, 3239
S. Michigan av.f owner, arrested.
, Professors at Rush Medical Col
lege opposed to merger with Univer
sity of Chicago.
County civil service commission
wants volunteer lawyers. Refused
men furnished by state's attorney.
' Two jurors obtained in new vote
p Moving day passing. Few families
changing residence. New conditions
may reduce rents.
Accidental death verdict of cor
oner's jury in case of Miss Emma
Filek found on tracks of Oak Park
"L." Murder theory scouted.
Whitewash report on school site
deal was rejected April 9. Investi
gators insisted on new report being
Mayor and state's attorney to con
fer today on campaign against pick
pockets, gunmen and other undesir
ables. Mrs. Agnes Skelly and David H.
Craig arrested on complaint of John
S. Level. Level claims to have been
defrauded out of $33,300 in partner
ship. John Ade, 84, father of George
Ade, playwright and humorist, dead.
Daniel P. Sheehan, 3240 W. Con
gress, died from injuries received
while trying to save workman from
being crushed by derrick Sunday.
Estate of DeLancoy H. Louder
back, former associate of Charles
k Yerkes, has shrunk to $10,000.
John Maculowski, 13, 3158 Emer
ald av., killed by Adams Express auto
truck. Alfred Smith, 1112 S. Leavitt
St., driver, arrested.
Mrs. George C. Rapp, 4537 N. Rock
well st, fatally injured nd four se
verely bruised when auto collided
with street car on Roscoe st.
Aid. Charles E. Merrtam will speak
on "Home Rule for Cities" before
Chicago Single Tax Club at Glad-
stone Hotel, 62d st. and Kenwood av.,
Co-eds at Northwestern University
mourning. Windows at- Collegian
Hall nailed down to stop "Romeo"
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"Why don't you wish to go along
"Because with your style, people
won't believe I'm with, you."
"Well, I'll overcome that. I'll stop
and ask you for money every little
Miss Flirt-r-Jack told me" last night
that I was his very life.
Her Brother Jack will soon find
out how uncertain life is".
If your elbow, when ironing, is bent
away from your body at an upward
and outward angle, that shows that
the table is too nigh, and nothing, is
more tiring. Have a little platform
made, and notice the difference.
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