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story of 3 girls found in barn by
Sup't of Schools Young says she
has refused $10,000-a-year job to
stay and fight against reduction in
teachers' wages. She first suggested
Chicago & Milwaukee electric line
A negotiating with Northwestern road
to occupy terminal at Kinzie st
Wm. Broadway and Violet Brooks,
actors in "Lady in Red," married.
Mayw'ood Baptists fighting. Chi
cago Baptist com'n advised to appoint
commission to take up matter. Un
wise to have 2 churches.
Body of Grace Coney, social work
er, found in lake off Chicago av. Be
Two men, said to be Pinkertons,
watching home of Senator Austin in
Oak Park. Residents mystified.
Case of Walter Kersten, nephew
of Judge Kersten, continued by Judge
Dolan. Accused of stealing ring.
Coroner to probe death of Eugene
O'Neill, wife and infant son, found
suffocated in home at 651 W. 80th.
Gas burned up oxygen.
Chas. Munday's att'ys and repre
sentatives of state's att'y's office to
decide where he shall be tried. Rock
ford, I1L, considered.
Mother came from Dubuque, la.,
and kidnapped daughter, Clara
Stumft, going to Shakespeare school
Girl inherited $6,000 estate.
Claims amounting to $150,000 al
lowed against estate Former Mayor
Fred A. Busse.
John and Joseph Cichowski, broth
ers, identified as father and son rob
bers. Deny crimes.
"Coddling our boys too much,"
Judge Brown of Utah told Rotary
Twelve morals court fans arrested
in corridors. Before Judge Heap to
day. Liberty Bell committee of Phila. in
formed council in formal letter that
Liberty Bell would arrive here July 6.
Mrs. Lena North, 5224 Clenwood
av., and neighbor beat off man with
butcher knife who entered home.
Threw chair at him.
Morris Shipowitsky, 2314 Taylor,
held at detective bureau for bigamy.
Says he isn't divorced and didn't mar
ry second wife.
Detectives last night took 8 slot
machines from southwest side sa
loons. 950,000,000 bu of wheat to be har
vested, grain experts estimate.
Delegation of school children visit
ed grave of Eugene Field. Chicago
poet, in Graceland cemetery. School
children start fund for monument.
Six girls hired through dep't of
public welfare to pack raisins. Cali
fornia firm established experiment
City Comptroller Pike says he plans
to reduce city's expenses one-fourth.
Public welfare department hit.
Appropriation for salary of E. C.
Shankland, chairman of harbor com
mission, expired yesterday. Gets
$12,000 a year.
151 medical students received di
plomas in exercises of Bennett Med
ical college at Blackstone theater.
Monday, June 14, named flag day
by Gov. Dunne.
Rob't Sweitzer discharged 2 social
service investigators for good of serv
ice. Appointed 2 others.
Art Institute received $600,000 es
tate of Wirt Walker to establish Wirt
Warning to pupils not to gamble in
baseball pools pinned on Hyde Park
school bulletin boards.
Crime squad of Second Deputy
Schuettler disbanded. Men to go
back to stations.
Police guarding flat building at
4855 CalumeJ. av. Owner received
letter that it would be blown up.
Mrs. Mary McNary, 321 Webster
av., suicided because she couldn't get
work. Separated from husband.
Carl Grady, Hammond, found dead
from gas. Pioneer in Calumet region.
Judge Windes denied'- petition of
Kmil Kraut that receiver be appoint-
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