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Neil added. "It attacks those who are
weak from overwork, from hunger,
from too much food and drink and
from greed and from constant seek
ing of power for selfish reasons."
"In after life," replied Ford, "greedy
men suffer from remorse and with
their vitality weakened they are in a
position to have cancer. They some
times kill themselves."
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Anderson's drug store, 2222 N.
Western av., entered. Mrs. Anderson
went to hubby's aid. Robbers fled.
$6,000 worth of loot recovered in
raid on apartment at 4655 Kenmore
av. Daniel Murphy held.
"Red hair here to stay," says Prof.
Tower, University of Chicago.
"Blondes not disappearing."
Miss Cecelia M. Kelly, 2314 N- Cali
fornia av., wed to B. J. Hughes, weal
thy Arizona ranch owner.
Fire limits may be extended. Coun
cil sub-committee favors prohibition
of frame construction in new. terri
tory. Commissioner Daniel J. Harris re
fused to testify before McCormick's
Oak Forest committee. Believes mat
ter should be submitted to commis
sioners. Auto belohging to Dr. J. P. Wilson,
515 E. 44th st, stolen by 12-year-old.
Machine wrecked. Boy fled.
Miss Edith Learning, 7918 Drexel
av., hit by auto. Lost three teeth.
Wm. Vilkinhart, 3019 Lloyd av., hit
by auto. Severely bruised.
William F. Stine, head of defunct
United Police Society, found guilty
of embezzlement. May get 5 of 10
Postal authorities seeking writers
of letters to James C. Groendyke.
Letters charge he is involved in scan
dal in Michigan penitentiary.
John Diener, Halfway, fined $100
and 30 days in jail. Robert Sloan,
bartender, fined $100. Sold liquor to
$1,000 lost in first 4 months' busi
ness of First State Industrial Wage
Loan Society. Will continue fight on
Frank Uhler, 23, 2005 W. 19th St.,
shot self June 21. Dead.
J. B. Hogarth wants 100,000 from
officers of Chicago Railway Co. and
Division 241 of street railway em
ployes' union. Claims conspiracy
caused loss of job.
Mrs. Maria Marth, 1711 Cleveland
av., applied for mother's pension. Has
$1,500. May be imprisoned.
Alumni of Crane Technical High
School want inew building. Claim
present school is too small.
J. B. and T. Drake sued for $30,000
by Eugene Bournique. Alleges com
mission is due on $1,200,000 realty
Trouble getting Petras jury. Only
5 out of 180 veniremen tentatively ac
cepted. Schultz claims to have no recol
lection of murdering Mrs. Healy.
Brother testified he escaped from
Chicago Psychopathic Hospital
opens today. Cost $470,000 and ac
commodates 300 patients.
22 members of police department
transferred. Lieut. McCaulen and
Lieuts. Keats changes places.
Volunteers entertained 12,000 chil
dren at Washington Park.
Mrs. Barbara Glaum, 1538 N. Hal
sted st, sold good luck charms. Ar
rested on swindling charge. Charm
Ordinance for periodic examination
of gas meters recommended by committee.-
President of gas company
Mrs. Lydia J. Hopkins ordered to
court. Must answer contempt charge
for failing to appear in bond for
feiture. 1133 S. State st. leased for post
office for 10 years.
Edw. E. Gross, 713 W. 47th st.f
father of 13, wants divorce. Claims