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velt with James the Second. "Both
George Stoddard, writer of "The
Elopers," eloped with Miss Peggy
Pendleton of Kansas City.
Many strange parcels sold at U. S.
unclaimed article auction yesterday.
John Worthington, head of the de
funct American Banking Ass'n, call
ed before two courts at sahie time.
May forfeit bond.
Wm. Hbwerton, bondsman's agent,
barred from Goodnow's court. Ex
posed by Inspector Dannenberg.
Frank Ford and David Goldstein
accuse each other of murder of
"Prenchy," found in lake, tied with
gag in mouth.
Rumored that seven indictments
were returned against "arson trust"
by grand jury yesterday.
Mrs. Marie Kelley, 60, 9126 Balti
more av., cleaned bed with gasoline.
J. W. Welsh, 5345 East End av., cut
on face with razor. J. J. Dazzel, 3848
"Vincennes av., arrested. Scrap over
Body of man found on "L" tracks
at St. Lawrence av. is that of George
Provorch, 850 E. 64th pi.
Joseph Kusos, 1813 S. Union av.,
robbed by four men. Beaten on head
with revolvers. Got $21.
Gustave Lund, 926 Barry av., must
keep job given by prosecutor orpend
year in Bridewell.
Ed Warren, accused of picking
pocket of J. D. Clark, 6327 S. Troy st,
Evanston barbers to close shops on
Charles Kinstler, gateman on Oak
Park "L," crushed between car and
Anthony Mackowski, 1269 Augusta
sL, swam in river. Hit by waves from
Joseph Steng, 80. 4863 N. Paulina
st, arrested for shooting through
back fence at ballplayers in next yard,
Alfred Burkett, alleged thief,
.charges Sergeant Steinley with trying I
to fix case. Detective says accused
Bohemian Turners left for turn
fest at Omaha yesterday.
Auto driven by Father Walsh, Aus
tin, hit Miss Restoria Tognotti, 5537
Michiga nav. Dead.
Mrs. Nellie Allen, 3033 South Park
av., missing. Threatened to jump in
"Why don't you jnarry that invalid
millionaire, Marie. He might 'kick the
bucket' soon and leave you a lot of
"You forget he has a gouty foot,
Hortense. He would think twice be
fore kicking anything."
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MORE NEW HAVEN MESS
New York, July 23. Under orders
of President Wilson and Att'y Gen.
McReynolds, a Sherman law anti
trust suit to dissolve the New Haven
Railroad, trolley and steamship com
bination in New England was filed
here today. The combination was
scathingly scored as a "combination
in restrain of trade and commerce."
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