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selling liquor without license in club
rooms. Bottles taken by police con
Dr. L. P. Weinberg, Ligonier, Ind.,
denied transporting Miss Grace Loch
er to Chicago, as girl charged. Case
Chief of Police Cleason issued an
order transferring 74 policemen.
"Good of service," chief said.
Boys of Wm. McKinley and Crane
Technical high schools mixed in
"roughneck day" fight. Many bruised.
"Murder," verdict of coroner's jury
in death of Christian Baxmeyer,
Portland, O., found shot in Pullman
car near Elgin.
George Sheridan, inmate of pri
vate sanitarium, Evanston, suicide.
Rope. Believed demented.
Edward Dallas, 3442 Elaine pi.,
fined $200 for flirting with Mrs.
George Rees in car.
Five-story building at 124-126 W.
Lake destroyed by fire. Fire boat in
action. Loss $200,000.
Chicago Germans to aid German
government in disposing of $10,000,
000 war loan.
Chicago Drys' ass'n held rally at
their auditorium, 19 S. La Salle, last
night. Want Chicago dry in 1916.
600 heirs to fortune of Jonas
Bengston Lambert to inherit $100,
000,000 estate. Estate round recent
ly. Lost for years. Some heirs in
Robber forced Mrs. K. B. Keough,
25 W. 59th, grocer, to take cash from
stocking. Got $103. .
E. F. Kublank to be tried for send
ing threatening letter to Agnes Flan
ner, 357 N. Clark.
John Stewart, owner of great lum
ber tracts in south and northwest,
died at home of daughter in Aurora.
Western railroads want increased
rates for hauling vegetables. Hear
ing now on in Hotel La Salle.
William Burrows elected pres. of
Iibby Packing Co. Succeeded late
Two men claimed Policeman
Thomas O'Hara held them up and
robbed them. Says he searched them
for concealed weapons. Case being
William Sharpe, clerk for pres. of
Rock Island railroad, fined $1 for
spitting in car. Arrested by woman.
Arthur M. Lewis at Garrick theater,
2:30 p. m., Sunday. Subject: "Is
the Soul of the Universe Just?"
Huldah Potter-Loomis will address
Open Forum, Masonic Temple, Sun
Walter Thomas Mills on "The Iron
Heel" at Church of Redeemer, War
ren av. and Robey, 3 p. m., Sunday.
Seymour Stedman to talk.
International Propaganda Group
of Chicago will hold entertainment
tonight at Novak's hall, 1959 Grand
S. J. Duncan Clark, newspaper -writer,
at Chicago Christian Socialist
Fellowship meeting in hall, 811 Ma
sonic Temple, Sunday eve. Subject:
"Our Comrade of Nazareth."
Mayoralty candidates invited to
foeeting of 18th Ward Socialists at
McKinley High school, Hoyne and
Prof. Wm. Thurston Brown on
"Proposals of Anarchism and Social
ism in the Light of Today" at Colo
nial hall, 20 W. Randolph, Sunday
John C. Kennedy at Race's hall, op
posite Irving Park R, R. station, to
night. Irish Choral Society presents "The
Messiah" at Orchestra Hall Sunday
Barney Berlyn will address West
Side Y. P. S. L. at Hebrew Institute
Sunday, 2 p. m. Subject: "Socialism,'?
and Chicago Politics."
The chief difference between the
Utah Piutes and the embattled na
tions of Europe seems to be that the
Piutes are willing to listen to reason.
Wisconsin University advocates a
kiss screen. Oh well, better through
a screen than, not at all,
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