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;)f Woman's Suffrage, denied allega-
uon tnat tney naa Been neciuing tne
Dr. Geo. Dorsey, curator of Field
museum, returned from 10 months'
trip in Orient Has bought new col
lection for museum.
Sanitary district wants injunction
from circuit court against interfer
ence of Lemont township commis
sioners in building of Calumet-Sag
Adam Zedol, Hammond, lived on
grass for weeks. Couldn't find work.
Dying at St Margaret's hospital.
Work of paring school budget to
be completed this morning. Prob
ably be passed this afternoon.
Health Com'r Robertson talked to
street cleaners on importance of
their jobs. Told how unclean streets
Miles Macon and E. M. Gates dis
barred from Illinois bar by supreme
court Macon cashed bad checks and
Gates collected money for suits he
never began. f
Charges against III. Training School
for Nurses stopped by county board,
who held them without foundation.
School management committee of
board of education will not remove
page from speller eulogizing Kaiser
Earth currents of unusual force
interfering with telephone and tele
graph lines. Too cloudy to see au
rora borealis last night
Dora Peterson, 24, rooming at 4715
Indiana av., suicided with poison yes
terday. Unable to work because of
Dr. T. R. Sachs, head of Chicago
Tuberculosis sanitarium, named as
head of National Ass'n for Study and
Prevention of Tuberculosis.
Members of Chicago Motor club
commended Mayor Thompson for ac
tion in street car strike.
Eva Flossmissos, 3, 927 Laflin, bad
ly hurt when run down by United
Dairy Co. wagon.
. Commotion caused when managers
refused to .allow, .children, to accom-
T pany parents to see "Birth of a Na
tion at Illinois theater.
Policewomen investigating case of
baby girl found with hands tied and
rope around neck in Drainage canal
Mayor considering names of dif
ferent citizens for school board. To
make six appointments next month.
1,600 Forest Park school children
given picnic by city. Chief of police
offered to box all comers. Weighs
200. No takers.
Work of pupils of Lane Tech high
school to be exhibited on June 22 at
L C. Garrett, negro, beaten by a
mob after he had shot and wounded
Hazel Lucker, also colored, who was
walking with rival.
Warrant issued for arrest of Mrs
Louis Shapiro, 3125 Douglas blvd.,
charging her with selling medicine to
Dan Moore, 111 W. Austin av., ar
rested for stealing banana from ped-
Irdler. Told judge he wanted to fight
jfor Italy. Discharged.
Mysterious personage swiped ele
vator in city hall. Grew tired of
waiting for only car running after
Coroner's jury unable to return an
open verdict in deaths of Earl Oliver
and Mrs. Marie Locasto, found dead
in rooming house at 17 Plymouth ct
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