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In charge of Chicago' recruiting of-T
Secretlist of plans for sorority rush
bring out order that freshman co-eds
must not be entertained by sorority
girls tni after March 13 at North
Tessie Warren, held for embezzle
ment in Eranston police station, be
came ill worrying about plight Taken
Final, payment ordered by Judge
Kohlsaat to 7,200 contract holders of
American Guaranty Co. Concern dis
solved. . Martin Schnell, 1322 N. Robey
taken to station for hitting vegetable
wagon with auto. Released when he
said he was pursuing street car
which had struck him to demand an
J. W. Young, art dealer, obtained
divorce from wife xm charge of
cruelty. Wife's cross bill naming
woman thrown out of court
Mra. Wendelin Fischer asked court
for custody of bakery, alleging her
husband was incapable of taking care'
of -it - Request granted. Must pay
husband $25 month. i
Hearing against Corn Products
Refining Co. to be basis of anti-trust
suit of government still on. Dr B.
Scully of syrup company testified that
he had been driven out of business
Firemen found two bohibs with
fuses burning in basement of burn
ing building at 940 Mjlton st Mrs.
Antonicr Locasio, former" "occupant,
received black, hand letter.
Herman Jackson, bank messenger
for Public Service Co.r Oak Park,
robbed of $1029 oh way to bank.
Police holding him awaiting develop
ments. Anonymous letter te Capt Jas.
O'Toole led to arrest of George
Gruendel, 4914 N. Kedzie av., in con
nection with killing of B. Antjoneen.
75, 3826 N. Kostner av., with" auto.
Rev. Z. H. Flemming, pasfor of
Maywood Methodist church, present
ed petition to street car company to"
have, care run more slowly by ho.
Says noise made family nervous' '
Harry Sarnoff, brass polisher, w0
N. Lawlor av., found unconscious On,
Northwestern tracks. Police Invqg-3
Four jurors accepted in trfal of Jof-j
seph Fish, millionaire fire insurance
adjuster, charged with arson. b t
Mrs. Belle Beasley, colored, acquit-,
ted 6t killing husband. Jury QtrfJS.
minutes. Self defense plea. '"'
Four fingers of right hand torn off
when John Jederdenski, 16, 4935
Loomis, struck box of cartridges wjffi
hammer. . '
Thomas Edison personally tele
graphed congratulations to directors3
of cement show, who celebrated ils1
birthday yesterday. t .
Simeon King, forjxiBr commissjon-i
er of deeds nndi friend of Abrahanr
Lincoln, entered James King's Home?
for Old Men. $500 raised by frienHs.
Trunk containing clothes of Ada1:
Schomberg, 5234 S. Union av., je-,
turned after being stolen, broken
open and searched. Nothing taken.1
Aid. Healy favors "car full" sighs?
Subcommittee on transportation to
consider idea. '' ?
William Phillips, city hail janitor,!
accused of arson, acquitted, ProvebV
hewas on job when fire occurred. z
Half-finished apartment building
54th pL and Wobdlawn av. collapsed
Jewelry worth $500 taken by "two1
holdup men from Gustav Sitka, 2829'T
Archer av. ,
Jury held Louis Highland, c6n-
tractor,, guilty of stealing $9,000 nof
from Mrs. Mary Gibson, which1 he1
owed her and which he is alleged to
have destroyed. I
Mrs. Mary Winters, 5, 5148 lral-
rie av., died from fan on uncleahbd.
sidewalk. r j.
River Forest Lutheran Teachers
college closed and placed un'der quar
antine when pupil was found suffer
ing with smallpox.
18 persons injured when 51st st
car Jumped track and bumped "inter