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and the stores would have to pay.
It might cost them as much for the
two papers as it now would for four.
And if the Record-Herald and In-yjter-Ocean
go now there will be no
chance for another morning paper to
break into Chicago and get an As
sociated Press franchise, for the
Tribune could keep anybody out be
cause of its right of protest, once the
R.-H. and I.-0. franchises are aban
doned. Strenuous efforts are being made
to save the Record-Herald, and Hin
man, from whom Kohlsaat bought
the Inter-Ocean, is trying to find a
purchaser for that paper, so he can
get his money out of it. It may be
that he will have to bid it in himself.
One outsider who is looking in is
Chapin of San Francisco, a son-in-
law of Otis, owner of the Los Angeles
Some Republicans with money are
considering bidding for the Inter
Ocean, and a lot of figuring is being
done by men interested in politics
who want an organ.
The reorganization committee for
the Record-Herald has on it Jom
Hutchins, attorney for the Illinois
Trust & Savings Bank, of which John
Shedd of Marshall Field & Co. is a di
rector; Chas. L. Hutchinson, vice
president of the Corn Exchange
Bank, Herman Waldeck, vice presi
dent of the Continental and Commer
cial, and Walter H. Wilson, Lawson's
At present the Record-Herald is
being printed in the plant of the Daily
LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Police received telephone call that
5 men were clinging to overturned
boat in lake. North shore lifesaving
crew searched in vain for trace of
Peter Kutsuck, 626 Blue Island av.,
fined $50 and costs for operating an
employment agency without a li
cense. Vincent St. John will speak at the
I. W. W. open forum, 17 N. Halsted
St., Sunday, May 3, 8 p. m. Sub
ject: "The New Unionism."
"Magda, the Unfaithful Wife," still
on trial. Judge Tuthill will decide
today if Majah Funkhouser may
doom movie woman.
Evalyn Olson, senior Northwest
ern University, brushed teeth at 10
p. m. Co-ed forced to quit Willard
Hall for crime.
Theodore tl. Nagler, 3531 Ashland
av., wants divorce. After transfering
home to wife was ordered to get out.
Patrick Henry tired of strenuous
life. Says he's been struck forty
times by kitchen utdnsils. Divorce
Five little girls, 12 to 14, held in
connection with Douglas Park "L"
wreck. Alleged children placed stone
25 may be indicted by David Kor
shak's story. State's attorney to get
new confession from "arson" chief.
Vida Hagen, housemaid, pleads for
baby. Child "farmed out" by ma
ternity home against her mother's
will. Foster parents fighting for cus
tody of child.
Robert Schufeldt arrested at fath
er's funeral for abandoning wife and
children eight years ago.
County Hospital quiz ended. Re
port of probe will be made May 21.
Auto belonging to Dr. William
Loeser, 2317 Roscoe st., collided with
street car. Four narrowly escaped
Four overcome by gas at 616 N.
Kedzie st. Revived.
I. W. Lovwey, W. P. Garrity and
James Ford arrested. Alleged to have
robbed Dr. Harry Walsh, 5058 Went
worth av. l
Mynell E. Fowler and' wife, 4515
Wallace St., indicted by federal grand
jury for oleo frauds.
$25,000 damage suit filed by Mor
ris Grossman against Adolph Feffer-
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