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Third annual opening reception of
Walton School of Accountacy held in
class rooms in People's Gas Bldg.
Detective Serg't Charles Harring
ton, who has not seen sister in 25
years, found her in California when
he went out to bring back fugitive
Lots of bogus cops floating around.
Chief Gleason says that 188 stars
and 68 shields belonging to police
men have been stolen lately.
Masonic A. C. in smoker in Hotel
Sherman yesterday decided to build
clubhouse in loop. Ready in 18
William Larson, 916 Wells st., held
to grand jury, and Edward Bohm,
936 Wells sL, turned over to Juve
nile Court. Charged with attempting
to rob home of Mrs. Amelia Calhoun,
838 N. Clark st.
Inquest over body of Dr. P. J. Rob
erts, 2522 N. Halsted st, found dead
in vacant house at 938 Pullerton av.,
again continued for police probe.
Louis Seltzer, 845 Loorrtis st., ar
rested for selling Mrs. Sadie Moso
witz, 1012 W. 14th st., medicine pro
hibited by law.
Captain Halpin, detective bureau,
received word that Mrs. Nellie Clark,
Kankakee, identified two of 5 men
who robbed her of $50,000 worth of
Mrs. Mary Butler, 304 Elm st., and
James Allen, 1018 Byron st, arrested
in front of Powers' restaurant, Rush
st. and E. Grand av. Miss Butler,
picketing restaurant, called Allen's
attention to it Hot words.
Two little boys ran in front of auto
of Dr. John M. Thorpe, 5100 S.
Marshfield av. Fabian Janicik, small
boy, 5426 S. Wood st, dead. Dr.
Thorpe not held.
Mrs. Frank Civalier and year-old-baby
was deserted by husband 5
weeks ago. Worked as waitress.
Yesterday was told over phone hus
band was going to elope with Mrs.
Anna Tripple. Had both arrested.
Chicago railroads to go slow before
raising interstate passenger rates.
This is conforming with suggestion
of the interstate commerce commis
sion in the eastern freight rate cases.
George E. Foss spoke before Ro
tary Club at Hotel LaSalle last night.
Wants larger navy to insure peace.
Three of the four robbers who held
up Franklin Park state bank Monday
are believed captured. Men-are lock
ed up in Franklin Park jail. Six wit
nesses identified them.
Mrs. Annie Kistner, 1752 Ballou
st, burned to death Fire destroyed
frame building at that address. 3
ENGLISH ACTRESS TO MAKE
New York. A new Ophelia will
make her "bow to American audiences
when Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson
introduces his new leading woman,
Miss Laurie Cowie, who is to support
him on his American tour this year.
Although she has been on the stage