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Christopher AllaE fined $300 for
pandering upon story of Eveline
Turner, who said sister had helped
lead her astray and forced her to give
part of her earnings to Alias.
Martin Krug Omaha first baseman,
swindled out of $72 and $450 ring in
"coin matching game." One man ar
rested. Mrs. Margaret Corey, 2060 W. Lake
st., didn't know she had been divorc
ed. Met husband and bride of 23
days in street car. Attacked them.
Walter Sumner, dean of Cathedral
of SS. Peter and Paul, has accepted
post of Protestant Episcopal Bishop
of Oregon. t
Monarch Refrigerating Co. denies
authority of Public Utility Commis
sion over warehouses and cold stor
age concerns. To fight it out in
Charles Coleman, state bank ex
aminer, told As3't State's Att'y Case
that he would co-operate with him in
grand jury probe into LaSalle St.
Edwin Heyden, 1834 Larchmont
av arrested in act of enticing Vir
ginia Clemons, 9, 3019 Belmont av.,
away from home. $50 fine.
Body of man found in clump in
Jackson Park. Empty poison bottle
near. Police believe he is C. M. Wil
son, 1523 W. 17th St.
Home of Abraham Yudelson, 4413
Calumet av., robbed. $20 and $200
worth of jewelry. Yudelson fired shot
Suit, for $500 damages against
Cafeteria Mentor Co. by Jessie
Blackshire, negress, 5432 S. Dear
horn st., who alleged she was over
charged and discriminated against,
dismissed by judge.
C. D. Kellogg's residence,. 1219 E.
50th st-, entered by burglars. $100
worth of clothing.
Mrs. L. Huls, 7126 Stewart av.,
asked police to search for son who
Body of baby girl taken from river
in rear of 2036 Dominick st.
VETERANS HONOR SOUTHERN
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Jackson, Miss. Known as the
"prettiest girl in Mississippi," Miss
Belle Griffin, of Yazoo City, Miss., has
just been chosen by Gen. Montgom
ery of Mississippi Confederate vet
erans, to be a maid of honor at the
re-unioh in Jackson the first week in
Miss Griffin is a typical southern
girl. Her family is one of the most
prominent in the state and she her
self leads in social activities.
Washington. French foreign of
fice cabled embassy here that by new
decree the moratorium will not be
extended to corporations which pay
any dividends to stockholders.
New York. Two tenement house
fires early today caused slight injury,
to half a dozen East Side residents