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county's "blind pige." Wholesale in
School finance committee not to
furnish any more free towels. $17,
000 laundry bill too large.
Al Elliott, 1831 Birchwood av., in
serious condition. Given cocaine at
offices of "Dentist Hayes," where he
went to get tooth pulled.
"Dr." Donald McDonald fined $200
for practicing medicine without a li
cense. Sold a salve cure-all.
Opening of regular service be
tween Chicago and Michigan City an
nounced by Indiana Trans. Co., own
er of steamships United States and
Ellen Carlson suing C. A. Lothgren
for $25,000. Reason unknown.
Bernice Stewart suing Chicago
Policlinic hospital for $10,000. Al
leged nurse spilled choloroform on
face, burning it
Depositions to be taken for de-,
fense of Quaker Oats Co. beginning
today. Government suing for its dissolution.
Judge Windes approved Master of.
Chancery's Mason s report on sale of
Woman's Temple for unpaid note.
Rudolph Mulac, son of alderman,
2452 S. Sawyer av., had case again
continued. Arrested for addressing
woman outside morals court.
Forest preserve district commis
sioners, who are also county commis
sioners, meet tomorrow to receive
bids on $1,000,000 bond issue.
William Schmitt, arrested for em
bezzling $900 from insurance firm.
Mother offered to sell cottage to
make good. Caught visiting her.
Judge Jarecki in auto court says he
will take no more excuses from peo
ple who have not obtained vehicle
Four small children bitten by a
dog on the Northwest Side last night
Dog killed. To be examined.
John Cichocki, 2044- W. 19th, held
to grand jury on two charges of rob
bery. Sept 14 designated "star-spangled
day" by Star-spangled Banner ass'n,
organized in Congress hotel to pro
Jacob Lebosky, att'y for west park
com'n, fined $5 for speeding. Motion
to have fine set aside to be heard on
Thos. Flannagan, 50, 9224 Bran
don av., B. & O. switchman, killed by
PLAN ORGANIZATION OF NEW
BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL
Chicago building trades crafts op
posed to Simon O'Donnellism and his
uniform agreement have organized
the Union Building Trades Council of
The new council is preparing to be
come the antagonist of the Chicago
Building Trades Council. The build
ing trades dep't of the A. F. of L.,
meeting in Atlantic City, is expected
to take action today on the question
of revoking the national charter of
the C. B. T. C. and giving is to the
Among the unions which have ex
pressed willingness to join the new
council are the electrical workers,
plasterers, lathers, machinists, sheet
metal workers and painters, includ
ing the glaziers and hardwood finish
ers. Painters' District Council will not
put an offer made it by the Painters'
and-Decorators' club to a referendum
vote. The agreement offered was too
similar to the Simon O'Donnell uni
form agreement to suit the painters.
DIE IN SUICIDE PACT
New York, June 11. ''Covenant of
death" was carried out under big tree
in Central park early today when
Frederick Hussenius, 33, Jersey
City, and Anna Malmquist, Brooklyn,
died from revolver shots in suicide
Mrs. Beat Tell the gentleman I'm
not receiving today, Nora.
Ned Maid Be he ain't deliverin',
mum; he's collectin'. Puck. t
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