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in neighborhood organizations and
probably keep to the point better than
we through this training.
"Their functions will be greater
than ours and, believing in fair play,
"we must have these neighborhood or-
ganizations so that the social side of
their lives may be developed."
A bevy of very pretty girls ad
dressed the biennial on the subject
of "Youth" and what the Federated
Women's Clubs may do for it.
H $ NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Louis F. Swift, Jr., son of president
of Swift & Co., and Nelson Swift Mor
ris of Morris & Co. fined in Evanston.
Chicago Ass'n of Commerce to try
to get $2,000,000 American College
of Surgeons to locate here.
Adams Express Co. taking over
business of United Express Co., which
liquidates June 30.
Edmund Grossman, 4719 Beacon
St., took Miss Cornelia Bartlett, 4733'
Kenmore av., to movies. Wife ob
jected. Hubby and woman arrested.
Miss Mae E. Foster has filed $25,
000 suit against Harry Heidhues.
School census shows Evanston
population decreased 791.
Chas. J. Singer's $900,000 estate
goes to widow.
State's attorney to serve notice on
1,000 corporations which failed to file
Coroner Hoffman wants safety first
commission to give general warning
of railroad crossings.
Election commissioners to start
precinct redistricting. Made neces
sary by women's votes.
Car company has obtained proper
ty permits for Lake Park av. exten
sion, 47th to 55th sts.
S. S. Richardson, 450 N. Clark st.,
fined $100 as keeper of disorderly
Residents of Morris, III., on war
path. Burglars robbed 19 homes..
Max Rotherburg, wanted in St.
Paul, arrested. Police found 160 un
International Motor 'Bus Co. wants
permit to operate park 'bus line. .
Edw. A. Wood, 2334 Jackson blvd.
robbed and shot by3 men. Lost $20.
Wood in hospital. -
Gambling squad raided room at
Germania Hotel, 50 E. 33d st. Found
'phones and buzzer system. Believe
place clearing house for handbooks.
Peter Collins dreamed he saw wife
with Earl Boome. Arrested them.
Louis Seigel and Mrs. Tillie Cohen,
Philadelphia, arrested. Held as sus
pects pending investigation.
Four Chinese found in Grand
Trunk freight car, 47th st yards. Al
Arthur Feltz, 13, who accidentally
shot grandmother, exonerated. Cor
oner's jury scored sale of firearms.
Robert Arnold, 1429 W. Austin av.,
held to grand jury. Sold $1,300
stolen brass for $23.
R. Stewell, 2121 Waveland av., and
W. Rpichel, 1930 Otto st., motor
cyclists, hit by auto. Severely in
jured. Albert Crosst, 2209 Winona av., hit
father when he threatened mother.
Judge refused warrant for arrest.
Dogs bit 8 Wednesday.
25 ownesr fined $25 and costs for
Miss Ada Conway paraded through
Revere House, N. Clark St., in nightie.
Guests frightened. Claimed she play
ed ghost. Sent to Bridewell for drug
Christ Stevens claims he killed
Peloriors for carrying letters between
wife and affinity.
Eight movies slashed by censors.
Boxing scene and nude statue object
Arthur Dion, 1249 Hastings st,
given 60 days in Bridewell for taking
purse from woman at church.
Judge Landis forced to adjourn
court when witness told of tricking
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