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for Seating policeman. Ordered to
pay $7 each "to get new uniform.
Peter Buchankow, 4333 S. Hermi
tage av., who escaped from Kanka
kee asylum July 3, held as suspect
in Blue Island axe murders.
500 angry depositors stormed West
.Chicago av. station. Wanted to reach
Henry Niewowlkiez, arrested private
La Moieux saloon, 4058 W. Madison.
st., robbed. $25.
Mrs. Edna Quinn, Logansville, Wis.,
filed habeas corpus writ to recover
ward, Mary Johnson, 4, from Wm.
Moffatt, 1243 S. Springfield av.
Signe Larson, 12, 2624 Attrill st.,
dead. Gas poisoning.
P. Arnold, 9630 Ewing av., shot
with air rifle. Geo. Hicks, 9257 Com
mercial av., fined $1.
Mayor restored license to saloon
1300 Cornell st. License was revoked
when owner contributed to delin
quency of two girls. W. Bukowski,
new licensee. '
Illinois manufacturers seeking
data on payrolls. Wanted to learn
if business has been affected by new
Joseph Isaacs, up for gambling,
said he played casino. Could not ex
plain game. Fined $1.
Walter Sayard, owner poolroom
616 N. Clark St., fined $25. Gambling.
John J. McLaughlin arrested in
' Suits filed against Revere . Phar
macy, 421 N. Clark st, 'and. Abrams
Drug Co., 649 N. Clark st.' Alleged
Joseph Swager, 4037 W. Jackson
blvd., who killed wife last December,
sent to insane asylum.
Forty-eight unemployed up for va
grancy before Judge Sullivan. 33
fined $1 to $10. 15 discharged.
Gov. Dunne and staff reviewed the
First Cavalry of Chicago at Fort
Edw. Elliott, crossing policeman,
dragged half block by runaway
KEEPS COOL THESE DAYS
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While modern dance devotees in
modern clothing are perspiring
through the evolutions of the turkey
trot and tango, Ruth St. Denis,
classic dancer, ignoring the "marixe
madness," and also the accompany
ing customary garments, manages to
keep cool and comfortable in a string
of beads and a pair of foot-earrings
as may be observed in the accom
panying, her latest photograph.
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