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i Only 50 per cent filed bo far, accord
ing to internal revenue collector.
Diphtheria epidemic spreading in
Geneva Home for Girls, Geneva, Wis.
John Goldwald, leader of band of
wholesale robbers, mortally wounded
by police near Hammond, Ind.
Dancing to be provided in gallery
of Illinois theater between acts of
Swedish-American ciub to leave
for exposition on June 12.
R. H. Clement, 2125 S. Crawford
av.t was 'so sure Harrison would win
jie agreed to haul John Adams, Jr.,
105 S. Wabash av., five blocks in a
buggy, if he lost. Will start payment
of bet Sunday at 3 p. m. from 21st pL
and Crawford av., preceded by brass
Mrs. Josephine Grant, 105 years
old, of 5330 S. Paulina, cast first vote
yesterday. Oldest woman voter.
When election officials arrived at
polling placq at 4840 Winthrop av.
a basement, it was found flooded.
Moved across street.
Painters' local 194 will held special
meeting at 1600 W. Division, March
3. Proposed new agreement will be
up for final vote.
H. Percy Ward will address Irving
Park Rationalist society, Thursday, 8
p. m., at Y. E. S. L. hall, Kimball and
Belle Plaine avs. Subject: "If
Christianity Is False, Why Has It
Latsed 19 Centuries?"
TKird Ward Civic league will meet
Thursday, 2 p. m at Forestville
school, 45th and St Lawrence av., to
hear aldermanic nominees talk.
THIS IS 19151
Slavery, it appears, has not been
entirely aholished inOhio. cor
respondent recently wrote: -"Mr.
and Mrs. Uriah Umson attended the
sale of Burt Bartholomew,"
MAKE FIRST ARREST OF WOMAJ
IN MANN ACT CASE : Jf
The first arrest of the woman in (a
Mamn act case came yesterday, -ben
federal officials took Sadie Sampt
low, stenographer, and Jens M. ?er
ersen, a Rogers Park garage owner,
into custody. j w
Their arrest followed a comp$nt
and divorce suit from Mrs. Pederseji
which brought her freedom an, aj
garage as alimony. 4 K
The pair are charged with agree
ing to break $he white slave law Jug
taking a trip from Milwaukee $fa
Highland Park, on which she is" sup
posed to baye hought the ticket Mij
Samollow has been Pedersen'ssjjs
They were brought before U"..
Commissioner Mason, who fbced'her .
bonds at $1,000 and Pedersen's at fZvjL
500. Both denied their guilt, ' 'Jj
CHARGE CHICAGO' PACKER0
CONTROL MEAT SUPPLVf d
, A cry that Chicago packers coufroX,
he meat markets of the continent
came all the way from Albany, IvTtft?
where the small cattle killers o?t.,
state are protesting against the "foot
and mouth disease" ruling whicher-1
mits shipment of cattle onty ,mt
slaughter houses'which are accessible
by rail or float ' f r q
The packing houses over the cgun ,
try which have rail and water con
nections are the large fellows is &&,
charge, and the rule was laid out'fl:
the big fellows, controlled froxhkj
Union stockyards in this city. 4igq
The smaller killers are asking
strict quarantine for large as well as "
small packers. "T(5
WHATS BLOCKING REPORT
Washington, Feb. 24. Certsjn
wheat intrests believed to be blpclj
ing a report from Special Agent Ke
of the Justice department investor
gating the alleged Chicago corner
Kline's report has been expected, fat
a week, but recent complications,ar.
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