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for Messingcr restaurants, were fixed
at $95,000 yesterday. 3 charges
Mrs. Edward Christin, 4830 W.
Congress St., had husband and Miss
Ella Richardson, 7939 Harvard av.,
arrested. Disorderly conduct. Jury
Mrs. Anna Hubbard, milliner, 347
E. 31st St., had Mrs. E. Zorris, 64 E.
39th St., arrested for stealing hat.
Mrs. John Mertz, LaGrange, suing
for divorce. Cruelty.
Robert Swarts, 7207 Calumet av.,
mgr. for Roberts & Co., diamond im
porters, and A. Eggenberger, Fort
Dearborn Hotel, arrested. Swarts
knocked latter down for "not making
good on check."
County Clerk Sweitzer at luncheon
of Traffic Club spoke on necessity of
new revenue law for Cook county.
City officials and sanitary district
trustees to maketnspection trip along
drainage canal to determine advisa
bility of erecting municipally-owned
Hazel Newell, 4, 6119 Dorchester
av., played with matches. Badly
Bishop Charles P. Anderson in open
letter to Chicago Church Federation
Council refused to send Episcopal
delegates to their meetings because
scope of organization was too nar
row. Frank Kalahowski, 1913 Champlain
av., "Fat Kala," dropped dead in
home. Weighed 400 pounds.
Judge J. M. Neihaus, Peoria, judge
of tenth circuit, appointed judge of
Appellate Court of Chicago district
Involuntary petition in bankruptcy
filed against Chicago Engraving Co.,
626 Federal st
Steve Kargavk, laborer for Wa
bash road, struck by auto at 12th
and Clark sts. Injured.
Inquest over body of Detective Wil
liam Dealy continued until Oct 20.
Friends of murdered officer collecting
money to offer as reward.
Nathan Misles, 1061 Maxwell st.,
and Louis Berger, 1356 Newberry av., J
quorreled over ownership of palm
cart. Irish cop reminded them it was
Jewish feast day. Stopped fight
A. McGregor, postoffice site inspec
tor, to begin search for site of new
West Side postoffice building, to cost
$1,750,000, next week.
Three boys arrested in chicken
coop of Frank McGee, 433 N. Harvard
av., justice of peace.
Verdict of accidental death return
ed at inquest over body of Mrs. Kath
erine Kulsta, 1752 Ballou st, found
dead in ruins of fire.
Fred Wurthman, 2157 Clyboum
av., who shot and killed wife Monday,
held to grand jury by coroner's jury.
Second Ward Progressive voters
held meeting at 1613 Larrabee st last
night. Organized R. T. Crane Pro
Mrs. William Marshall leaped from
3d story window in her home in a
flat building at Briar pi. arid Sheridan
road last night. Leg broken. Taken
James Periolat, 3237 Lexington st,
well-known furrier, died of heart dis
ease in cafe.
A TASTEFUL GIFT
Among the presents lately show
ered upon a dusky bride in a rural
section of Virginia was one that was
the gift of an old woman with whom
both bride and groom were great fa
vorites. Some time ago, it appears, the old
woman accumulated a supply of card
board mottoes, which she worked
and had framed as occasion arose.
So it happened that in a neat com
bination of blues and reds, suspended
by a cord of orange, there hung over
the table whereon the other presents
were displayed for the delectation of
the wedding guests this motto:
"Fight on; fight ever."
When laying oilcloth I find it very
good to place a layer of sawdust on
the floor before laying it This gives
a soft tread to the oilcloth and in
creases its length of serviceableness