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BephjSorner, Bemlce saloonkeeper,
stabbed to death Wednesday.
Arthur Clark, worshipful master of
Blair Masonic lodge, presented with
chest of silver by members of '14
class of lodge.
Oak Park police found abandoned
auto at North av. and River rd.
Indiana av. car stopped suddenly
at 26th. Car following collided. 10
passengers cut and bruised.
Ciro Lqcasio, 820 Cambridge av.,
shot and killed mother-in-law. Do
mestic troubles. Arrested.
Members of school board predict
another fight to elect Mrs. Young
sup't. Election Nov. 9.
20 people routed from homes by
fire at 100 E. Walton pi.
Masked negro robbed home of Mrs.
Anna Crossland, 3234 S. La Salle;
John Buxely, Oak Park, held up;
two men; $25.
Immediate construction of subways
to be urged at today's meeting of
local transportation committee.
Two men slugged and robbed at-
uianc and Ohio. Unconscious in hos
THE TUNNEL TRAFFIC SHIFT
The threatened shift of enormous
tunnel traffic from the underground
tubes up into the jams of people,
wagons and trucks now on the down
town streets has 'interested the Chi
cago real estate boanL It might
make the loop such a fiercely packed
place that business would be driven
out to other districts.
A committee from the real estate
board has been apoointed to co-operate
with the Association of Com
merce in battling-'before the Inter
state Commerce Commission. The
railroads are the commission with a
demand for the right to make charges
for "store door deliveries" now made
To show that it has no bad feeling.
$he Illinois Tunnel Co. has invited the 1
Chicago real estate board to a lunch
eon Dec. 3. When the cordial "eats"
are over, an inspection tour will be
made over the tunnel system.
WOULD MOVE CHILD LABOR LAW
UP TO 16 YEARS
A proposed change in the child la
bor law will 'be the topic of discus
sion in the offices of Sherman .Kings
ley in the City Club bldg.
Advocates of 16 years as a proper
age limit for child workers have
called the meeting in an effort to
get Illinois to pass the law as an ex
ample to other states.
Oscar Nelson, state factory inspec
tor; W. L. Bodine, sup't of compul
sory education, and. Mrs. L. Z. Meder
of the welfare bureau are among
those who will take part.
First Artist Have you any idea
where I could sell this drawing?
Second Artist (brightly) Have
you tried a blind asylum?
If a rug curls at the edges moisten
it and wrap around a curtain pole in
the opposite way, then tie and let dry,
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