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when water boiled over, extinguish
ing gas stove. Revived.
William other name unknown
employed by rabbi at 643 Maxwell st.
to kill fowls, died suddenly. Suppos
ed heart disease.
Henry Ross, 1318 S. Millard av.,
robbed of $30, and Maurice Groupe,
1455 Clifton Park av., robbed of $li
by two men.
Anthony Budowski, 1354 Ingram
St., heard ,2-story building at 1331
Cortland st. had partly collapsed.
Went to pick up -wood. Tore away
timber in basement and rest of build
ing fell on him. Dug out by police
and firemen. In hospital.
Morris Butler, 19, confessed auto
thief, arrested by Oak Park police on
Information from Pittsburgh. Taken
back to latter city.
Rev. W. E. Barton, pastor of First
Congregational Church of Oak Park,
to have phone taken out Parish
tried to make errand boy of him.
sProbe into boiler explosion under
R. Costello's undertaking rooms,
2324 W. Lake St., in which Costello
was killed and two other "men were
seriously injured, is on. Building
Russell Davis bought $75 diamond
for $45 from negro who said he was
Pullman car porter. Gave him $20
down. Found rings had been switch
ed. Got a "phoney." Looking for
Joseph Klamuter, saloonkeeper,
1500 W. 17th St.. shot and seriously
wounded by 3 hold-up "men. Wife
had pistol duel with robbers before
Chicago organization numbering
47 will attend 4th American Road
Congress to be held Nov. 9 to 14 in
Pasquale Pappalaree arrested in
home at 747 DeKoven St., on charge
of slaying William Borcia, 16, 712 De
Koven st., on Sept. 29.
, David F. Houston, Sec'y of Agricul
ture, in Chicago yesiercay. Said that
government would soon have control
over foot and mouth disease now
playing havoc with stock in North
ern Indiana and Southern Michigan.
Leon Ruben, Saskatchewan, Can.,
stopped last night in Chicago. Met
two men. Matched dollars. Lost
Charles Kuhn, 4309 Park av.,lash
ed neck with pocket knife in grocery
store following quarrel with sweet
heart. Michael Conroy, 54, policeman,
3052 Lockwood St., fell from patrol
wagon Oct. 18. Fractured collarbone.
Died last night
John Lappidas found dead from
gas in home at 2319 S. Dearborn st
last night. Police probing.
Red Cross fund now $57,799.
DON'T WANT THE ELEMENTARY
A warning to the Board of Educa
tion not to overlook the elementary
schools when making out the budget,
indicating a feeling that they are not
getting their share of the money, was
given in a short report presented by
the committee who made the Euro
pean trip to study better educational
The report also suggested the es
tablishment of a central technical in
stitute, an evening college and an
The committee asked that the
noise nuisance be killed by the use of
wooden blocks on the streets, making
a zone of quiet around each school
within a radius of one block.
PROBE GRAFT CHARGES
Charges of grafting by the Greac
Lakes Dredge and Dock Co. in filling
the new Municipal pier with stone
are being investigated.
The dock company is getting the
stone from two sources, the sanitary
canal waste and the Western Stone
Co. According to Trustees Paullin
and Clark, the dock company has
purchased only 52,450 cubic feet of
material while the city has been
charged for the 81,758 feet supposed
to be in the new pier.