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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 10, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 3

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MATTIE- THE-FUNNIEST BOY ! idatlnn and unrpHdWHfv m aaifasfc
IN ALL FILMLAND Prof. John MeGinnls. nrincfoal. .. Y
"The best teachers the school w&r
had have "been transferred by his.ifa
timidations," said Mrs. Stevens. 'tKe
is antocrat and Has opposed evefcy
move that this association has adVo
cated. We are asking his removal
for the sake of our children." "
- Prof. McGinnis denies the charged.
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ROBT M'CORMICK WINS CASE
BEFORE JUDGE LANDIS -it
Robert R. McCormick, nead of the
Chicago Tribune won the first skir
mish in his battle with his cousin, Ed
ward S. Adams,, today when Judjfe
Landis upheld his claim that Adams
owed him $42,000. This decision may
throw the board of trade firm oper
ated by Adams into the hands of a
referee in bankruptcy, unless the' Ad
ams attorneys should win their c'Qif
templated appeal. The bankruptcy
case was one incident of the Adanis
McCormick feud, which began with
Adams' charge that McCormick aKeri-
fated the affections of his divorced
wife,, Mrs. Amie Irwin Adams. -McCormick
said that he had loaned-Afi-ams
the money and held notes to
back Up his assertion. Att'y Michael
(?esas represented McCormick. '"
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A COMPARISON
Washington, Feb. 10. The fine
I imposed in the Danbury hatters' case
cLfttUliaL me iruinmcu uuuci tilts
Sherman anti-txtst law is alni&st
half as much as the total fines 'im
posed on corporations in all the cages
brought by the department of justice
since the Sherman law has beenIn
force. These fines imposed (atfd In
part collected) from corporatidns,
over a period of about 14 yrs
amount to a total of $679,000.
SUGAR TAKES A LEAP
Denver, Colo., Feb. 10. A JUmn-of
25 to 40 cents per 100 pounds retail
i was made in the price of suear here
Softool Board this afternoon to cor- today as a result of the rising of m$
roboretfe tttargj& of-afclocracy, intlm-l New York market.
v Matty- Roubert inGrrl's Clothes
f .Q-O-
ACCUSE SCHOOL HEAD
Members of the Holmes school Pa
reats's ass'n, headed by their presi
deat, -Mrs. Siebert Stevens, 5747 S.
Grew St., will appear hefore the
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