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versey pkwy., of articles worth $100,
caught by motorcycle cop.
O. Stetler, 6812 Loomis st, former
conductor, arrested with Elenor Kel
ler on charges preferred by wife.
Mrs. E. Lochen, 3715 N. Marshfield
av,t had arm broken and Mrs. A.
Stanton, 5044 N. Lincoln, badly
bruised. Auto hit grocery wagon at
Leland av. and Sheridan road.
Gunt Kitchener, 1030 W. 14th pi.,
hit on head with hammer. Skull
fractured. Political argument. Re
fused to name assailants.
Mrs. M. A. Loring, Virginia Hotel,
fell from State st. car. Bruised.
Taken home by police.
Involuntary petition in bankruptcy
filed against Rosenblum & Lutz, deal
ers in women's garments, 1236 S.
Halsted st. Liabilities said to be $40,
000 and assets $10,000.
Former lodger in rooming-house
of Mrs. Jennie McDonald, 6 E. Grand 1
av., entered house with skeleton key.
Stolen auto of Dr, E. Fowler, 117
E. 34th, recovered. Two occupants,
arrested when machine hit and badly
bruised man and woman.
Frank Bradbury, prominent Boston
att'y, run down by team at Wabash
av. and Jackson blvd. Serious.
PRIZE CATTLE CONDEMNED.
Fifty noted cattle breeders will be
out an average of $50,000 each in a
few days when the entire herd of
782 prize cattle now being exhibited
at the Dairy Show were condemned
to death by Dr. O. E. Dyson, 111. State
Veterinarian, because they were dis
eased. . These animals come from every
station in the union and Canada and
many of them are priceless.
An expert last night figured that
the total value' of those to-be slaugh
tered is $2,122,000.
Hundreds of laborers were put to
.work last night digging a huge grave
135 feet long, 10 feet deep and 12 feet
wide, with steam shovels. Agents will
Bhoot the animals with revolvers, top-,
pie them into the trench and cover
the carcasses with quicklime.
HOUSEWIFE FIGURED WORTH
$800 A YEAR TO HUBBY
A housewife is worth $800 a year
to her husband, according to the es
timate told the members of the Lake
View Women's Club at their meeting
yesterday afternoon by Mrs.-Henry A.
Morgan, head of the Honle, Econom
ics Department of the General Fed
eration of Women's Clubs.'
Housewives at the meeting made
no objection to this valuation
Among the other statements made
by Mrs. Morgan were:
"The mother who earns a living for
her family Is only worth half -as much
if she devoted her services as a mo
ther. "Training in spending money is as
important as earning it.
"Instruction in domestic science
should begin in sixth grade in public
schools, and that the average girl
makes a poorerjiqusewife than the
girl who has never been thrown upon
her own resources."
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