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BITS OF NEWS
Jas. B. Moore, 5801 Magnolia av.,
shot and robbed of $300.
Wm. McDonald, 33, 1945 N. Win
chester av, in auto hit by car, dead.
J. B. Forbes and Chas. Green, want
ed by police, captured-4n East Chi
cago, Ind., after chase and battle.
J. O. Whalen, dying after attack by
Galvin Woods, 3203 S. LaSalle st.
Called negro "big gorilla."
Wm. Murphy, 4800 S. Ada st., shot
by man near home. Result of feud.
Jas. Anderson pinched at W. Lake
and N. Franklin sts. today. Wanted
for hold-up. Betrayed by Tevolver
bulge in coat.
Louis Mosser, 84, 5526 Winthrop
av., died suddenly while riding in auto.
Joseph Reshpski, 18, 3902 Calumet
av., held up and robbed of $35 in res
taurant of P. H. Clarke, 205 E. 39th.
LOCAL WAR BRIEFS
Five thousand Germans attended
37th Annual Cannstatter Volkfest at
Brand's Park, Sunday. Collection
for German Red Cross.
Aid. Nance to ask city council to
give mayor power to appoint relief
body for aid of Chicagoans held in
Belgian-American Relief Society
to give musicale at Auditorium
Thursday night. To swell Belgian
Red Cross fund.
Catholics of city united in prayer
for restoration of peace.
Chicago clergymen commend Wil
son's plan for neutrality. Blame
kings for war.
Railroads lose by war embargo.
Large shipments held.
Steel mills are running better. Ex
pect orders from warring nations.
Twenty-seven art institute stud
ents not heard from and thought
missing, left for Havre Sunday.
TWO KILLED BY LIVE WIRE
Wm. J, Shannon, 6147 Ninnewa
av., and Chas. Seams, Harvey, were
killed yesterday by live wires that
had been blown to the ground during
the storm. Christ Crince, 8, 12026
Union av., was badly burned when he
picked up a wire.
By Jim Manee.
It's cold as the dickens all 'round
'It feels like winter had come aroun'.
You'd better bundle tight.
But we should worry not at all.
It's going to be fine, folks when we
Into our bed tonight.
P. S. These are the bully sleeping
nights "Hey, you gimme some of
CHICAGO GRAIN. Wheat, corn
and oats up. Provisions dull.
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A GOOD WORKMAN
"So you worked your way through
college? Your father must be proud
"Not much! He's the man I
worked." 'Boston Transcript
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CURFEW FOR SHIPS
London. No ship of any sort is al
lowed to be on the move after sunset
in the English channel. Strict orders
to all craft of any sort have been
issued. The penalty is a shot from
the defense guns at harbor forts.
No normal person should tamper
with sleeping powders. A brisk walk,
a hot liquid lunch, a warm bath, all or
singly, should produce the sleep that
Partly cloudy and continued cool
tonight; Tuesday fair with slowly ris
ing temperature; moderate to fresh
northeasterly winds becoming vari
able Tuesday. Temperature Sunday
Highest, 93; lowest, 65,