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A WISE PUP
BtTS OF NEWS
William Topp, 126 E. Ontario,
killed when motorcycle was struck
by auto driven by George Hoppe,
1004 Wells. Hoppe being held.-
Unidentified man-found on prairie
near Washington blvdand Kilbourne
av. Died later. Police believe he
was struck by auto.
Hyde Park high school kids cheer
pupils who led war to keep "Prats."
County Agent Meyer reports large
increase in calls for aid. Cold
Illinois Industrial Home for Blind
to give exhibit of fancy work at 1900
Fire damaged works of Fulton
Glass Works, 715 Fulton, to extent
of $1,000. Crossed electric wires
Condition of Archbishop Blenk,
New Orleans, ill in St. Joseph's Hos
pital, slightly better.
Aldermen to probe report that
only 35 new "L" cars are in use.
Pres. Budd gave written promise last
summer that 138 new cars would be
in srvic by July.
Mrs. Frank Stobbe, out of hospital,
suing for divorce. Cruelty.
Atlanta, Ga. National Woman's
Christian Temperance Union in gen
eral session here today named Miss
Anna Gordon of Evanston, m., pres
ident, to succeed late Mrs. Lillian
Stevens, Portland, Me.
TOUGH TANGLE UP TO JUDGE
In a petition of habeas corpus yes
terday Mrs. Clausen a Inwood said her
grandson, of whom she wants cus
tody, is being held by Mrs. Theresa
Nomy, 2345 Upton St., as a hostage
for a debt of $200.
Eugene Betterman 3, is the person
who the fight is over and he is the
child of Mrs. Nomy's first husband.
Both of his parents are dead and the
grandmother is the only blood rela
tive left. Mrs. Nomy denies she ever
loaned any money to Mrs. Inwood.
Judge Walker will solve the tangle. 1
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CTEAUNS frJ7 TPj$
At a fair in Hart, Mich., one dis
play was that of eighty-four varieties
of apples picked from a single tree.
G. W. Haight, who owns the tree, hag
it grafted to 135 varieties.
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