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C. Rhodus, Chas. R. Young or Rev.
R. Keene Ryan to fill vacancy on
school board handed mayor.
Suit to set aside will of Dr. Bene
dicta Lager brought. Jury to decide
if woman was sane" when she left
one-third of $40,000 estate to mission.
Judge Landis impounded assign
ment of wages and papers held by
Max Weber, loan agent, against Edw.
Fleming, city fireman.
$260,000 estate left by Wm. A.
Renick, lumber dealer.
50 diners at Rector's, 83 W. Mon
roe St., routed by fire.
Fire partly destroyed building 3417
Greenshaw st. Fire attorney inves
tigating. C. Alexander, 2026 Churchill st.,
held to grand jury for taking $201
securities belonging to father's es
tate. Miss May Allen, 1251 N. Dearborn
St., found unconscious in gas-filled
room. Love affair.
James McGinnis, 1034 Orleans st,
accidentally shot self while cleaning
C. R. Gleason, agent for 8 W. 22d
St., ordered to oust tenants. Place
raided by morals squad.
Att'y Louis Ehle, 1360 E. 49th st,
indicted on charges of forgery and
Geo. J. Williams wants $50,000
damages from Ackley Bros. Claims
they sold him apartment house under
Man believed to be S. B. Checker
ing killed by C, R. I. & P. train at
Western roads want rate increase.
Ask 10 per cent general advance for
all roads west of the Mississippi.
State food commissioner ordered
restaurants to place rail around food
on counter. Patrons must keep hands
Residents in Woodlawn and Hyde
Park have organized burglar patrol.
"Pajama brigade" to stop robberies.
Frank Willard, 1254 N. Kedzie av.,
Att'y Horace S. Gurvey, 1263 N.
Thorndale av., arrested. Alleged to
have "accepted $100 bribe to "fix"
Pietro Mortano fined $200 and
costs. Gun toting.
200 scantily clad guests routed by
fire at Washington Hotel, 92d st. and
Commercial av. Loss $2,000.
Howard W. Hayes granted divorce
from Lydia C. Hayes. Wife wouldn't
go to Laporte, Ind.
Chas. C. Witmer drove hydro
aeroplane from Lincoln Park to Ken
osha. 51 miles in 40 minutes.
Chief Gleason issued order that po
licemen must have permit to pur
It is rumored that several team
sters admitted to Ass't District Attor
ney Hopkins yesterday that the strike
called by Business Agents Norris and
Haley against the McaLughlin yards
The trust pressis entirely muffing
the fact that the excavators' union is
not a member of the Chicago Federa
tion of Labor and the American Fed
eration of Labor.
Belfast, Ireland, July 2. Armed
break of Ulster volunteers parading
street allayed when commissioner of
police issued orders to make no ar
rests of those carrying arms. This
attitude by the authorities is expect
ed to postpone a clash with unionist
forces who, it is said, have orders
from their officers to resist with bul
lets any attempts to disarm them.
TO FIGHT BIG ASSESSMENT
Mrs. Mollie Neuberger, owner of
the Boston Store, fs going to fight
the assessment of $139,500 against
her. The assessment is on a mort
gage of $1,900,000 left by the late
Levi Z. Leiter estate. Mrs. Neuber is
the only trustee left in the city. Most
of the Lake Shore drive residents
were newly assessed yesterday.