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summer. Hundreds of jobless
'orced to walk streets.
JoIice probing death of Mary Ve
srka. 3118 W. 25th. sumiosed to
aye' died from poison.
Evanston police and firemen called
'marshmallow roast of North-
Jfatina Cuerssrfiled $25,000 breach
mise suit against Hiram Zum-
owner of barber shon.
oijceman Chas. Troughton com-
aded for obeying chiefs order to
bot to kill when dealing with high-
ymen. Killed John Hatigan,
Nelson Lampert says recent busi
sss depression has increased sales
Edwin Mackenwoth, 15, 6936 Wal
lace, electrocuted while playing be
neath Western Indiana Railroad
bridge at 69th st.
Michael Frank, pickpocket who
Jumped bond, captured by bonds
Josephine Fodkga, 20, confessed
he was mother of baby who died at
ursery or Airs. Grueling, 3045 Sarak
Said baby was delicate from
oaring lions desturbed noonday
i terr services in Majestic theater.
uvenile Court Judge Pinckney
ed county board that when John
Tiv Rphnnl rlnsps in .Tnlv pnntifv
Kljwmld have no place to send boys.
I -prank Purdy left 200,000 shares of
mining stock in dz different corpora
tions. Estate valued at $2,350.
Qjv W. S. Hall of Northwestern
"..says that men can wed on $18 a
sek If they have $500 in the bank.
Mrs. Nestor Clarkson, wife of min-
Hfteav fhring for divorce. Says hus-
:Med has affinities.
t"le gentlemen," advised Judge
bath to new policemen.
hMayor Harrison denies lid has been
sd -on "risky" photo plays.
James Culbertson bequeathed
b7i0,0ft0 estate to widow.
Chicago city council has not legal
I riht to compel traction, company to ,
build cars here, rules corporation
Houston Porter, drug clerk, arrest
ed for selling morphine. t
DUNNING GUARDS ARRESTED ON :'
Four guards at the Dunning state $
hospital are under arrest, charged
with beating up two patients because
one of them disturbed the slumbers
of the guards who should have been t
on duty. Michael Petrick and Mich- .
ael Kozar, patients, are in the hos- k
pital. Chas. Carney, O. A. Sidener,
Otto Pierce and Harry Richardson t
are under arrest. i
LEADS HER STATE IN WINNING
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Mrs. Frank M. Roessing, president r
of the Pennsylvania Woman Suffrage ,
ass'n, who led the suffrage campaign
that recently won the suffrage ,
amendment in the Pennsylvania leg-1